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Widener Library Use, 1970

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 71
Identifier: Folder 71

Scope and Contents

From the Series:

This series contains the papers of all the deans of the Graduate School, beginning with the first dean, Leonard Levy. The materials mostly include general administrative files such as correspondence and memos dealing with departments and programs, the president's office, faculty and students, various committees, sponsors and donors to the school, as well as associations, organizations and schools external to Brandeis. There are also various announcements and publications regarding conferences, lectures and events on campus; papers detailing new academic and scholarship proposals, training and research grants; as well as financial, budget, and fund-raising files of the Graduate School. A variety of surveys, reports, statistical profiles and lists have also been generated by the different deans, principally Dean Robert Art.

Dates

  • 1970

Conditions Governing Access

This collection contains restricted materials. Please contact the University Archives & Special Collections in advance to request access. Graduate Council Meeting Minutes are only open for access to GSAS permanent staff, the registrar's Office, and upper administrion due to restricted information on individual students.

Extent

From the Collection: 23.00 Linear Feet

From the Collection: 23 record center boxes other_unmapped

From the Collection: 23.00 Linear Feet

Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

Contact:
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Waltham MA

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