Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of registration, enrollment, financial, and employment records, talks, department outlines, agendas, self-evaluation records, and other administrative records for the College of Family Living, 1954-1990.
Contains course materials, department papers, and correspondence from the Departments of Organizational Leadership and Strategy, Organizational Behavior, and Information Management. Topics include course outlines, grade summaries, faculty retreats, departmental reports, minutes, committee assignments, curriculum materials and teacher evaluations, 1973-2003.
Contains articles, pamphlets, drafts, student evaluations and papers, notes, clippings, forms, photographs, and library papers of Hugh Nibley for classes he taught at Brigham Young University. Materials date from 1944 to 2001.
BYU class evaluations, marriage resource materials, and other class materials relating to a family living class.
Speeches, lessons, and other materials about marriage, children and other family science topics associated with a family living class.
Dissertation submitted by Albert G. Luker in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Doctor of Education in Colorado State College of Education at Greeley. The item deals with scholastic aptitude and scholastic achievement at a college of education,.
Contains all materials connected to Mack Wilberg and his career as a professor at BYU and the conductor of several on campus choirs. Dates range approximately 1983-1999.
Contains papers in regards to the BYU men's chorus under the direction of Mack Wilberg. The papers contain rosters, directories and standing arrangements. There are also forms and evaluations of the choir participants. Present are also schedules and songs lists for performances. Correspondence is also included from concert viewers. The boxes contain auditions forms from many years. Date range 1985-1999.
Dissertation submitted by Dean Stinson in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Doctor of Education in Colorado State College of Education at Greeley. The item concerns the use of a faculty rating scale in the evaluation of college teaching.