Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
5-year development plan : for the period 1978-1983
Outlines plans, anticipated growth, objectives, etc. for the Brigham Young University College of Engineering Science and Technology from 1978 to 1983.
Kay Amert research papers
Joseph M. Bauman collection of photographs of Utah
BYU Broadcasting recordings of Thinking Aloud
Contains audio recordings of the talk radio program Thinking Aloud on compact discs. Program content covers a wide variety of subjects including science and technology, art and literature, social sciences, and history. Dates range from 2005 to 2012.
College of Engineering and Technology records
Contains correspondence from 1977-1987 of administrators in the College of Engineering and Technology, including L. Douglas Smoot, David M. Ward, Paul O. Hedman, Dee H. Barker, Kent E. Kohkonen, Michael R. King, Cliff S. Barton, and S. Olani Durrant.
George L. Hardy computer program
Typed and bound paper entitled "A Program to Help Remedy a Difficulty in the Manipulation of Algebraic Expressions." The item explains how to implement a computer program to assist students who are having difficulties learning algebra.
Harold B. Lee Library records on Women of Science Reading Room
Contains agenda, press releases, speeches, correspondence, minutes of planning meetings, biographical information on the Discovery shuttle crew members, and space shuttle mission 51-D press kit compiled by NASA.
Humanities Research Center records on TICCIT
Contains papers and letters concerning the TICCIT system. Items of review, training and instruction along with technical specifications are also included.
Reed M. Izatt research papers
This collection contains budget reports, articles, notes, NaOH titration results, charts, and other papers concerning physical chemistry topics, circa 1960-1977.
John A. Roebling's Sons Company memorandum
Memorandum from John A. Roebling's Sons Company, addressed to J.G. Brown and Sons of Portland, Me. Item was originally accompanied by a check for $502.91, and was signed by H.L. Shippy, attorney.