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Contains 31 Collections and/or Records:

Reactions to Dr. Furnas' Summary Statement: Henry Woodburn, Science Instruction and Curriculum Research, January 23, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Report of Research Task-Group on Campus Site Selection, January 10, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Reactions to Dr. Furnas’ Summary Statement: Raymond Ewell, Sponsored Research, January 24, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Report of the Campus Location Committees for the Social Sciences and the Humanities (joint), January 10, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Reactions to Dr. Furnas’ Summary Statement: Milton Albrecht and Myles Slatin, Social Sciences and Humanities combined, January 27, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Campus-Site Statement of the Social Science Professional Schools, January 9, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Reactions to Dr. Furnas’ Summary Statement: Robert Fisk, Social Sciences Professions, January 28, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 17
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Report of Health Sciences Task-Group, January 15, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Report from University College on Campus-Site Study, January 14, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 19
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...

Interim Report of Millard Fillmore College and Continuing Education Task-Group, January 10, 1964

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 20
Scope and Contents On July 3, 1963, President Furnas wrote a memo expressing his personal thoughts and opinions about the size and growth potential of the (then present) Main Street campus. He suggested either a split campus site or an entirely new site. At the UB Fall Conference, September 19-20, 1963, John A. Beane brought the problem and possible solutions before the faculty and administration.On October 7, 1963, Claude Puffer wrote a report entitled, “Should We Consider a New Campus?” and in...