UA 021.481 Guide to the North Carolina State University, Student and Other Organizations, Physical and Mathematical Sciences Council Records, 1961-1979
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The records of the North Carolina State University Physical and Mathematical Sciences Council (PAMS Council) include their constitution and by-laws, correspondence, meeting minutes, financial information, membership rosters, files on interactions with other student organizations, and other general information about the PAMS Council and their activities. Materials range in date from 1961 to 1979.
The North Carolina State University Phyical and Mathematical Sciences Council (PAMS Council) was established in or before 1961 to act as a representative student organization for students enrolled in the the several different departments within the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. The Council was originally known as the Science Council, changing its name to the PSAM Council (Physical Science and Applied Mathematics Council) when the college adopted that same name; and then again changing their name to the current PAMS Council, following a renaming of the College. The PAMS Council acts as a bridge between students and faculty in PAMS, as well as a liason between the College and the many other student organizations associated with the College (including the student chapters and branches of many national organizations). The PAMS Council remained active as of 2008.
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