Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Contains files of the Deans and Directors. Includes records for Education week, leadership conferences, Travel Study, Home Study, evening classes, Special Courses and Conferences, community education, Salt Lake Center, and a brief history of the Division. Dated from 1921 to 2002.
Letter from Lowry Nelson to T. Earl Pardoe describing a brief history and overview of the BYU Extension division. Nelson was, at the time, a professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota.
Interview by Hollis Scott with Lowry Nelson, first director of the Brigham Young University Extension Services, concerning the development of the Extension Center, and Social Unit systems at BYU, 1921-1935. Also includes activities since leaving BYU. Includes sound recording and transcript.