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Lambert, Neal E., 1934-



  • Existence: 1934-

Biographical History

Neal E. Lambert (born 1934) was an English professor and university administrator in Utah.

Cracroft, R. H. A believing people ... 1974

UPB files, 1/6/95 (Lamber, Neal Elwood, 1934-)

Wikipedia, 9 August 2013 (Neal E. Lambert; Ph. D. in American Studies from University of Utah; began teaching at what is now Weber State University; joined faculty at Brigham Young University in 1966; over his career he served as Chair of English Department (1991-1994), chair of the Faculty Advisory Committee, and Associate Academic Vice President for graduate studies and research; born in Fillmore, Utah)

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Brigham Young University vice-presidential correspondence, 1973-1984

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 655 Series 1
Scope and Contents note

General files, followed by communication with specific individuals. Includes one folder of "Collected information on Wesley P. Lloyd upon his death. One time dean of the Graduate School."

Dates: 1973-1984

Brigham Young University vice-presidential correspondence and other material, 1976-1984

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 655 Series 3
Scope and Contents note

Honorary degrees and relevant correspondence, curriculum files, Learning Services files, Ben Lewis Award materials, David Wooley Evans Award files, Research Libraries Group files, IMURA files, Weather Modification Consort files, and BYU Press files.

Dates: 1976-1984

Brigham Young University vice-presidential records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 655
Scope and Contents

Contains the correspondence of Associate Academic Vice President Neal E. Lambert. It also contains information on various academic departments at Brigham Young University.

Dates: 1973-1984

Brigham Young University vice-presidential records on academic departments and adjuncts, 1980-1984

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 655 Series 2
Scope and Contents note

Department files for Biology and Agriculture, the Benson Institute, Education, the McKay Institute, Engineering, Family, Home and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Communications, Humanities, Law School, Library and Information Sciences, Nursing, Physical Education, Physical and Math Sciences, Religious Instruction, School of Management, and the Library.

Dates: 1980-1984