Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence surrounding the activities of the College of Engineering and Technology at Brigham Young University. Correspondence is in the form of memos and letters. Contains correspondence to and from various associate deans including S. Olani Durrant, David M. Ward, and Dee H. Baker. Contains correspondence regarding general administrative issues including funding, budget, grants, research, various proposals, and research. Dates range from 1977 to 1987.
Contains correspondence to and from the dean, L. Douglas Smoot, of the College of Engineering and Technology at Brigham Young University. Correspondence is in the form of memos and letters. Correspondence concerns department spending/budget, research, and other general administrative issues. Dates range from approximately 1977 to 1987.
Contains correspondence to and from the dean's office covering topics including conference arrangements, devotional procedures, and funding requests. Correspondence is also related to position vacancies, rank advancements, and space and facility concerns, 1994-1996.
Contains files from the Dean's Office, including records about the Sug Venture Project, Robert Webb, college meetings and retreats, annual reports, college brochures, and graduate council reports. Materials date from between 1979 and 1992.
Contains records related to the building projects of the Department of Communications, including brochures of funding information, funding proposals, and budgeting. Also contains pictures of project models and correspondence regarding the projects. Includes records about the planned Gordon B. Hinckley Communications Center, including a floor plan and details about conceptual design, as well as records on the Eagle Gate plaza and office towers and the Harris Fine Arts Center, 1920-1999.
Contains minutes from organizations relating to the Department of Communications, including most notably the College of Fine Arts and Communications, National Communications Advisory Board, Communications Development Advisory Board, and various other entitities within the college. Minutes cover topics including funding and resource management, convention schedules and events, alumni networks, faculty retreats, and admission requirements, 1967-1999.