Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains excavation reports from Baxter's field school projects, as well as press coverage and Anthropology Department publications.
The DePaul University Department of Geography records include meeting minutes, correspondence and memoranda, financial reports, course listings, proposals, reports, photographs, press releases, and publicity materials. The collection also contains electronic records; see Series 001 for further information.
The DePaul University History Department Records consist of correspondence and memoranda, meeting minutes, proposals, reports, publicity, financial records, publications, course descriptions, oral histories, and various subject files related to Dr. Albert Erlebacher's role on university wide and outside department's committees. Materials relate to departmental committees and programs as well as the department as a whole.
The Department of Housing Services records contain correspondence, meeting minutes, promotional materials, publications, financial data, handbooks, enrollment summaries, residence hall floor charts, and other materials related to the functions of Housing Services.
The Department of Psychology records contain reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, photographs, publications, promotional materials, and programatic materials related to the undergraduate, graduate, study abroad, and mentorship programs.
The DePaul University Department of Records Management records contain correspondence, drafts of reports and policies, signed Records Certification forms from various University departments, and annual reports. The collection also contains digital material, including meeting minutes, notes, planning documents, and a records management manual.
The Department of Sociology Records contains correspondence and memoranda, departmental and committee meeting minutes, event programs, publicity, and departmental publications. A sampling of reports and academic proposals offer examples of the work created by Sociology Department faculty members.
Enrollment Management and Marketing records contain departmental organizational files, branding and market position strategies, annual reports, student body data, correspondence and memoranda, regular publications, photographs, publicity materials, and video and audio recordings.
This collection includes activity and annual reports, correspondence, program proposals, conference brochures, and workshop documents, transcripts of interviews, and various essays. It also contains mission statements and materials documenting the development of the Office of Mission and Values, as well as materials documenting various research projects carried out to determine the perceived and stated values of the institution, of the students, and of the Vincentians.
The Driehaus College of Business records consist of enrollment and financial reports, accreditation materials, correspondence, reports, event programs, publications, course listings, and curriculum planning materials. The records also contain organizational materials from DePaul's chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the national business honors society. These materials include correspondence, financial reports, meeting minutes, and student resume books.
This collection consists of the records of the Faculty Council. It includes meeting minutes, correspondence and memos, revisions of university policy, documents from other university departments, faculty newsletters, and several versions of the Faculty Handbook. As these records were deposited from various retiring members of the Faculty Council, not all years contain the same level of documentation.
The DePaul University Irish Studies Program records contain documents related to the creation and development of the Irish Studies minor, including proposal drafts, meeting minutes, and correspondence.
The DePaul University Lincoln Park Study Group records contain transcripts and cassette tapes of interviews conducted by DePaul faculty member Charles S. Suchar with residents of Lincoln Park. This collection also includes unpublished essays written by members of the Lincoln Park Study Group, as well as reports, correspondence, and other administrative materials documenting the work of the Lincoln Park Study Group.
The collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs, publications, financial reports, and event programs related to the activities of the Nursing Alumni Association. It also includes early administrative materials related to the development of the Association and photographs given to the group by Colonel Grace Peterson. Peterson was a former department chair, professor emeritus, and longtime supporter of the Nursing Department at DePaul.
The Office for Teaching, Learning and Assessment records consist of annual assessment reports from many of DePaul's programs, departments, schools, and colleges. Some reports include three-year plans for future expansion. The collection also features TLA's own annual reports, meeting minutes, and other administrative materials.
The DePaul University Office of Community and Government Relations records contain correspondence, proposals, reports, financial records, planning materials, publicity, and other documents related to DePaul University's relationships with international institutions, the state and federal government, and local neighborhood associations.
The records of DePaul University Compliance and Risk Management consist of publications, meeting minutes, handbooks, and codes of conduct.
This collection includes photographs and slides depicting various aspects of DePaul's history, including student life, academics, athletics, buildings, faculty, and staff.
The DePaul University School for New Learning records contain administrative records, curriculum materials, reports, and surveys related to the history and development of the School for New Learning.
The collection includes brochures for programs and workshops, advertisements, press clippings, press releases, convocation and commencement materials, correspondence and memoranda, curriculum planning documents, reports, photographs, and performance posters. It also features programs from concerts, recitals, and faculty and student workshops, as well as physical and digital newsletters and magazines produced by the School of Music.
This collection consists of the complete records of the University Senate. It includes reports, minutes, correspondence and memos, questionnaires, ballots, financial records, newspaper clippings, and by-laws.
The Student Government Association records contain administrative materials, correspondence and memoranda, meeting minutes, reports, student surveys, financial documents, election materials, initiatives, proposals, analog and digital photographs, and other materials documenting SGA's various advocacy efforts on campus. The records also document SGA's involvement in state-level issues, as well as their own internal administration.