Academic affairs (university function)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Center for the Humanities was established in 1983 through the generosity of many donors and of the National Endowment for the Humanities. It exists to provide strength and vision to the humanities at Loyola University Maryland. The Loyola University Maryland Center for the Humanities records, dated 1985 to 1996, include annual reports, newsletters, correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, event flyers and pamphlets, sabbatical proposals and programs and policies manuals.
Abstract The Loyola University Maryland English Department records include comedic student poety, short plays, two Pegasus newsletters, a list of humorous student awards, and an Effective Writing course booklet. Courses in English have been offered since the very founding of Loyola College in 1852. The first indication of a designated English major can be found in the academic catalog for the years 1939-1940.
Dates: circa 1974-1986
Abstract The records of the Loyola University Maryland Office of Academic Affairs span from 1908 through 2012. The records include minutes from governance boards and subcommittes which reported to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs; accreditation materials submitted to Middle States for the college as a whole; documentation submitted to various accrediting agencies for individual departments; department annual reports; corresponence, statistics and benchmarking materials; and subject...