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9 collections related to North Carolina State College

Filters: National Science Foundation (U.S.)1830-18391810-18191960-1969
Size: 9.75 linear feet (16 archival storage boxes, 1 archival carton, 1 halfbox) Collection ID: UA 101.005
These records contain reports, correspondence, memoranda, and minutes regarding administrative and research activities of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service; material on the phytotron operations at North Carolina State University and Duke University; a significant amount of correspondence concerning the Mountain ... More
North Carolina State University. Engineering Operations Program
Size: 5 linear feet (10 boxes) Collection ID: UA 105.017
Reports, reprints, proposals, brochures, and correspondence pertaining to courses of study, and technical sequence programs conducted at the college. In the 1960's, North Carolina State University's School of Engineering created a new undergraduate degree-granting program, "Engineering Operations", designed to train engineers to ... More
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Size: 8.75 linear feet (5 boxes, 2 cartons, 1 half box) Collection ID: UA 105.012
Includes correspondence, reports, minutes, and proposals relating to National Science Foundation regarding undergraduate instructional scientific equipment, course and curricula, teaching schedules, committees, the engineering experiment station, and Sigma Xi. Additional materials include course packets and affirmative action files.
North Carolina State University. College of Engineering
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 archival box) Collection ID: UA 105.025
Promotional materials, announcements, seminar series, committee materials, course and curriculum records, and research symposia information relating to the Engineering Operations Program. Operations Research (OR) is a multidisciplinary graduate program which uses the scientific methodology to study systems whose design or operation ... More
North Carolina State University. College of Natural Resources
Size: 1 linear foot (2 archival storage boxes) Collection ID: UA 140.006
This series includes reports and correspondence regarding accreditation of the College and its departments by outside agencies such as the Society of American Foresters, the Cooperative State Research Service, and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The unofficial beginning of a forestry curriculum at North Carolina ... More
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Size: 9 linear feet (18 archival storage boxes) Collection ID: UA 140.012
The records of the North Carolina State University Department of Forest Biomaterials (formerly the Department of Wood and Paper Science) contain correspondence and memoranda, research proposals and reports, plans of work, committees files, course and curriculum material, and general departmental records a that reflect the ... More
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North Carolina State University. College of Natural Resources
Size: 41 linear feet (41 archival boxes, 16 cartons, 1 oversized box, 2 flatfolders) Collection ID: UA 140.001
Correspondence and reports relating to the administration of the college, the southern pine beetle project, forestry research, associations, the pulp and paper foundation, short courses, the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry Inc. (TAPPI), and state farm operations. The records are organized in 3 series 1929-1961 ... More
North Carolina State University. Department of Engineering Mechanics
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 archival box) Collection ID: UA 105.018
Collection contains promotional materials, announcements, seminar series, proposals for a B. S. and a Ph.D. degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics. Engineering Science and Mechanics was a multidisciplinary degree incorporating aspects from other departments within the College of Engineering.
North Carolina State University. Office of Research and Graduate Studies
Size: 1.5 linear feet (1 carton) Collection ID: UA 011.010
This collection includes the proposals for the original Science Development Plan grant, as well as the 1970 supplementary grant. The collection also includes progress reports submitted approximately every six months between May 1966 and June 1971, then annually from 1972 to 1974. In 1965, North Carolina State University at Raleigh ... More