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Title:  Engineer's Day and Commencement Speakers Collection (AC 0194)
Abstract:  The College of Engineering Engineer's Day and Commencement Speakers collection consists of six lp albums, one audiocassette, and one audio disk of the March 1941 Engineering Day program and the May 12, 1941 commencement. Electrical engineering professor Irving Sandorf served as announcer for the Engineer's Day program. Speakers included University President Leon W. Hartman, Henry McNamara, graduating seniors Cyril D. "Cy" Ham and Byron S. Hardie and junior year student William Richter. Engineering student David Hartman, the youngest son of President Hartman, was also a speaker. One side of an album lists: Mrs. R. Z. Hawkins, Mrs. Tobin, Mrs. Caldwell, and Mrs. Crompton.
Creator(s):  University of Nevada. College of Engineering.
Date(s):  1941
Subject(s):  Engineering--Study and teaching--Nevada
Collection Number:  AC 0194
Title:  University of Nevada. College of Engineering. Department of Civil Engineering (AC 0552)
Abstract:  Campus maps, curricular material, drawings, miscellaneous maps.
Creator(s):  University of Nevada, Reno. College of Engineering.
Date(s):  1910-1926
Place(s):  Reno (Nev.)--Buildings, structures, etc; Truckee River (Calif. and Nev.)--Water diversion
Subject(s):  Engineering--Study and teaching--Nevada
Collection Number:  AC 0552
Title:  Department of Mining Engineering Records (AC 0616)
Abstract:  The records include administrative records, certificates, committee reports, curricular material, equipment reports, material about Dr. Maurice Fuerstenau, plaques, proposals, publications, and trophies.
Creator(s):  University of Nevada, Reno. Department of Mining Engineering.
Date(s):  1940-2012
Subject(s):  Engineering--Study and teaching--Nevada | Hazardous wastes--Nevada | Mining engineering--Nevada
Collection Number:  AC 0616
Title:  Records of the President of the University of Nevada, Reno, Milton D. Glick (AC 0554)
Abstract:  The Records of the President of the University of Nevada, Reno, Milton D. Glick, include bylaws, capital improvement studies, correspondence, data about academic units, architectural drawings, enrollment data, Fire Science Academy material, Nevada State Legislature reports, Nevada System of Higher Education budget reports, UNR planning reports, newspaper clippings, transcripts of speeches, and Yucca Mountain Project reports. Among the reports is "Shaping Nevada's Future: What the State Can Do to Invest in College Access and Success," by Nirjan Rai, under the auspices of the Institute for Higher Education Policy. The research study "IT Collaboration: Multi-Institutional Partnerships to Develop, Manage, and Operate IT Resources" by Philip J. Goldstein of ECAR is also included. Personal material includes a parody of the song "Camelot" by his staff at Arizona State University upon his departure to become President at UNR. The records also include from his memorial service and a video DVD of the 2013 unveiling of Dr. Glick's portrait and the dedication of a ballroom in his honor in the Joe Crowley Student Union.
Creator(s):  Glick, Milton D., 1937-2011
Date(s):  1999-2013
Place(s):  Reno (Nev.)--Politics and government; Truckee River (Calif. and Nev.)--Water diversion; Walker River (Nev.); Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository Site
Subject(s):  Engineering--Study and teaching--Nevada | National Collegiate Athletic Association | Universities and colleges--Administration | Universities and colleges--Nevada--Reno--Administration
Collection Number:  AC 0554
Title:  University of Nevada, Reno, College of Engineering records (AC 0113)
Abstract:  Records primarily cover the 1960s-1970s, and include department meeting minutes, information of the L77 nuclear reactor, buildings and facilities, engineering laboratories, graduate programs, scholarships, professional organizations and activities, news clippings and photographs. There are also records on engineering student activities, including the annual Engineers Day, 1940-1976, and the Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Tau, the national honor society for engineers, established at Nevada in 1952.
Creator(s):  University of Nevada, Reno. College of Engineering.
Date(s):  1949 to 1976
Subject(s):  Nuclear engineering--Study and teaching (Higher)--Nevada--Reno
Collection Number:  AC 0113