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Identifier: R-MC 090


Material generated and collected by the staff and members of the RCAAUP, the bargaining agent of faculty, teaching assistants, and graduate assistants at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Material pertains to bargaining and negotiations with the administration of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

Identifier: R-MC-042

Abstract: Charles Huntington Whitman was born in Abbot Maine in 1873. Graduated from Colby College as an undergraduate in 1897 he received his Ph.D . From Yale in 1900. After serving as an instructor and assistant professor in English at Lehigh University from 1900-1906, he came to Rutgers. In 1911 he gained full professorship of English Language and Literature and also became head of the Rutgers College English Department. Whitman’s papers consist of 10 folders in one half-sized manuscript...
Identifier: R-MC 057


Dr. Eugene E. Agger studied economics at the University of Cincinatti and Columbia University. He taught economics at Columbia before becoming a professor of economics and head of the Economics department at Rutgers University from 1926-1950. Dr. Agger held many prominent positions in the economics and banking communities and authored several books on those subjects.

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Identifier: R-MC 069

Abstract: The Faculty Alliance for Rutgers (FAR) was an organization founded by members of Rutgers faculty in 1996. The Alliance was particularly concerned with faculty governance and the involvement of the faculty in policy decisions. The group formed as the result of their dissatisfaction with University President Francis L. Lawrence (1990-2003). Particular areas of contention were the athletic program at Rutgers, faculty employment issues, and other Lawrence-sponsored initiatives. The records in...
Identifier: R-MC 142


George Washington Coakley was a prominent Rutgers College Alumnus and Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy at the University of City of New York (now referred as, New York University) who conducted notable research on Astro-Physics, particularly on the origin of meteorites and the movements of the solar system.

Identifier: R-MC 135


This collection consists of material created by Herbert H. Rowen, noted Dutch and Early Modern Historian and professor of history at Rutgers University. It includes copies of Rowen's published works, as well as copies of his Master's thesis and PhD dissertation; both from Columbia University. It also includes some research material of Rowen's as well as information about his scholarly activities and teaching career. It includes material in both English and Dutch

Identifier: R-MC 048


Textual materials gathered and created by James P. Begin that document the establishment and early history of faculty collective bargaining and the establishment of a chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) at Rutgers University.

Identifier: R-MC 119

Scope and Content Note: This collection is comprised of memorabilia from Lauren Sinclair Archibald's time as a student at Rutgers College, as a Lieutenant in the US Army during World War I, and as a teacher at the Rutgers School of Agriculture. Among the items collected are several photographs, Rutgers Class Day and Commencement programs, report cards and letters of recommendation, a Field Artillery exam from 1918, a jewelry case containing Archibald's military insignia, and an invitation to attend an address by...
Identifier: imported-ef434a8d-43f1-4d22-8085-dd23573762d7

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Identifier: RG 23/D11/01

Abstract: The Rutgers College Department of English maintained extensive files on all of its employees and students from 1940-1968, many of whom were people recently discharged from the military. These folders contain personnel and personal information, as well as committee records and statistical data. Files of the department Chairmen J. Milton French and Rudolf Kirk and Deans Harry G. Owen and Albert E. Meder are part of the collection. These files document important events in the history of the...