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Box 2

Contains 8 Results:

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 4

Scope and Contents: The Associate Alumnae was founded by the first graduating class of NJC in 1922 and its journal, the Alumnae Bulletin, was first published in 1926. This office worked closely with the college's deans, and, among other things, provided a source of contributions for annual scholarships and, most importantly, the unrestricted Dean's Fund, used to finance special projects at the Dean's discretion.Thick file. Begins with the commencement of Jewel Plummer...
 File — Box: 2, Folder: 5

Scope and Contents: Bulk dates, 1978. Dean Cobb exclusively.Same types of documents as found in folder 6. Mention of a new program for using alumnae for high school recruitment programs and the inauguration of the Mary I Bunting Program for mature women at DC. More discussion of the on-going debate over the Nielson project, its funding and continuation. Home Economics a major receiver of gifts. Evidence provided of the active working relationship between the Dean's office and the Assoc....
 File — Box: 2, Folder: 6

Scope and Contents:

Two reports conducted by Pogash & Company, accounting for the General Fund Balances.

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 7

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Contents are confirmation memoranda of teaching line allocations.

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 8

Scope and Contents: Bulk dates 1977.Contents include reports, memoranda, correspondence, and statistical reports all concerned with the general issue of decline in the caliber of students and their lack of proficiency in basic skills. Documents represent DC's response to state directives and initiation of Basic Skills Assessment Program.Noteworthy is Dean Cobb's establishment of a Task Force on Basic Skills and hosting of a conference on the subject. Also included is a discussion of the...