5/3. Subject Files
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Memo of Understanding for the Affiliation of the Buffalo Psychiatric Center and the State University of New York at Buffalo
1994 Memo of Understanding for the affiliation of the Buffalo Psychiatric Center and the State University of New York at Buffalo establishing the Center for affiliated clinical teaching.
Jeanette Martin Navel photograph retirement album
This album was presented to Navel on the occasion of her retirement in 1969, and includes photographs of the University and more than fifty letters from members of the University administration, faculty, and staff, containing recollections of "Miss Martin's" almost fifty years of service.
New York State Science and Technology Foundation files, Office of the President
Small collection of proposals for various New York State Science and Technology Foundation grants in the 1960s.
State Comptroller's audit reports comments, Robert L. Ketter records
Small collection regarding reaction to the State Comptroller's Audit Report on the Administration of Federally Aided Programs, State University of New York at Buffalo, September 1, 1964 to June 30, 1970. Includes reaction to findings and recommendations regarding facilities, teaching loads, and status of teaching and graduate assistants. Also includes highlights of the audit report with findings, comments, and recommendations.
Subject files, Office of the President, Robert Ketter administration
Subject files kept by the Office of the President, mainly during the administration of Robert Ketter.
Task Force records, Office of the President, Robert Ketter administration
Records kept by Lawrence A. Cappiello, Assistant to the Executive Vice President, on the various Task Forces appointed by President Ketter in 1970. The task forces studied community relations, University governance, University organizations, University goals, and the University community. The records consist largely of Task Force reports; preliminary reports; and other material relating to the organization, operation, and selection of members of the various task forces.
University at Buffalo Admission to Association of American Universities records
Records on the University at Buffalo's admission to and first year of membership in the Association of American Universities (AAU).
University of Buffalo and World War II collection
Correspondence, reports, contracts, clippings, brochures and other documentation relating to the University of Buffalo and higher education at large during the time of World War II, including information on war service opportunities from the American Council on Education; the Army, Air Force, and Navy at UB; housing of troops at colleges; and an honor roll of University alumni killed in the war.