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It is recommended that researchers use the RG numbers provided in the left hand column to search entries under the Record Group indicated.

 

Dance

RG10 S4

 

Bearslides

RG10 S6

 

Dance honorary, Orchesis, 1948-1969

RG2 S5 F4

   

 

 

Ross files "Health Division"

RG12 S11 F1  

 

Dance programs. 1932-

 

 

see also Theater/opera/dance

 

 

see also RG7 S9HPER F15: Rocky Mountain School of Dance

 

 

see also RG10 S5 F9: Dance Club

 

 

 

Darrell Holmes campus

RG15 S15

 

Dedication

 

 

RG12 S20

Days--celebratory, memorial, special

   

 

Deaf -- see -- Special Education

 

 

 

Deans

RG7 S9AS F1

 

Council of Academic Deans

RG9 S1 F2

 

Dean of Men

RG9 S1 F1

 

Dean of Students

RG9 S1 F3

 

Dean of Women

   

 

Dearfield, Colorado. 1910-

SC57 Box 2 Folder 39 Ephemera

 

Dearfield Ale, 2010, labels

 

 

Dearfield, Colorado web page maintained by UNC Archival Services

F782.M9 C37 1994

 

"Dearfield" in A View of Orchard, pp.7-12.

F784.D3 N6 1980a

 

Dearfield, Colorado--The Evolution of a Rural Black Settlement: An Historical Geography of Black Colonization on the Great Plains, Melvin Edward Norris, Jr. 

F784.D34 D34 1995

 

Dearfield, the Road Less Traveled. Video. Tells the history of Dearfield, Colorado's Black farming community, founded 1910 by O.T. Jackson. Included are interviews with settlers and archival photographs. Narrated by John Amos.

RG9 S14 F2

 

"Historical Education for K-12 Students: Using Dearfield as a Pedagogical Resource."  McNair Research Journal v.6 Summer 2001. 69-78

SC57

 

O. T. Jackson Collection (O. T. Jackson, founder of Dearfield, is buried in Linn Grove Cemetery, Greeley, Colorado)

IVC 1443

 

The Need, the Dream, the Reality: Colorado Black Settlements. 198? VHS video. Public affairs documentary aired on KOA-TV recounting the history of Black settlements in Colorado, especially Dearfield, Colorado. Narrated by Reynelda Muse.

F782 W4 W43 Nov. 1921

 

Weld County News, Nov. 1921, p.60.

 

see also:

Dearfield, Colorado: A Story from the Black West, by Margaret Picher. Thesis presented to the faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Denver, August 1976. Includes bibliography of primary and secondary sources. Paper and positive and negative microfilms.

 

 

 

Debate see Forensics

 

 

RG15 S10

Decision Support Center. 1992- (in Kepner)

RG3 S14

 

Spectrum. 3/93 p.8-9

 

 

RG12 S1 F1

Donald Decker Photo File Collection (formerly SC 32)

 

 

RG15 S15

Dedications of buildings, etc. on campus

 

 

RG7 S2

Degrees, Proposals for new

RG5 S3 F6-15

 

Senate documents re: new degrees. 1966-75

 

 

RG7 S8 F2

Degrees and programs offered

RG7 S8 F2

 

Academic program brochures

RG7 S9ED F9

 

Education

 

 

 

Degrees granted

RG2 S1 F1

 

1891-1961 in Book 5

RG4 S6

 

Graduates listed by department--Commencement Programs

RG4 S9

 

Miscellaneous diplomas

 

 

see also RG5 S3 F6-7: Bachelor of Science Committee

 

 

see also Honorary degrees

 

 

 

Demonstration schools

RG3 S1 F1

 

CSTC Bulletin, April 1920 pp.152-154 (Ashton, Auburn, Bracewell, Hazelton)

 

 

see also RG7 S9ED F10: Student teaching

 

 

 

Denver Broncos Training Camp. 1982-2002

RG12 S23

 

Bronco Training Camp

RG3 S20 F24

 

Photographs

 

 

RG5 S2 F3

Department Chairman's Handbook

 

 

RG3 S4 F2

Department chairs list

 

 

 

Department of....  see other part of name

 

 

RG7 S9PVA F7

Design Day, Annual (PVA)

 

 

C9 S3 F4 

Destination. Greeley/UNC

 

 

 

Diamond Jubilee see Anniversaries, College

 

 

RG2 S8

Dickeson, Robert

RG2 S8 F16

 

Clippings

RG19 S1 F7

 

Robert & Ludie Dickeson Presidential Prize for Leadership.

Established by former UNC President Robert Dickeson and his wife, Ludie, the award is given during the Spring Commencement ceremony. It recognizes one male and one female who are considered leaders by their peers, faculty, and the administration, although in 1991-1992 three were recognized.

To be eligible for the award, a student must be considered a leader by his or her peers, faculty and the administration; be a senior; have a minimum grade point average of 3.0; and be graduating in May or have graduated in December of the previous year.  

List of recipients 1990-1991 - 2009-2010

RG2 S8 F8

 

Speeches

   

 

Dictaphones

RG7 S9AS F19

 

"Use Dictaphones in Teaching Languages," Greeley Tribune, Oct. 18, 1915, p. 1.

 

 

 

Dining see Food Services

 

 

 

Dinkies see Beanies and Dinkies

 

 

 

Diplomas see Degrees granted

 

 

 

Directed Admissions Program (DAP). Name changed to Challenge Program (Directed Admissions Challenge Program) in 1993 (Student Services). See CHE RG9 S14 F1

 

 

 

Directories

RG8 S1

 

Alumni

 

 

see also LB1840 G72 A481 1993-94

RG10 S5 F6-2

 

Associated Students. Directories

RG10 S1 F1

 

Early student directories in Crucible. 1892-1921

C9 S1 F2

 

Greeley, city directories -- Do a keyword search for "Greeley city directory" in The Source online catalog.

C9 S1 F1

 

Greeley telephone books, 1965- 2005 (Incomplete). In storage.

RG3 S4

 

Student/faculty/staff. 1956-

RG9 S1 F6

 

Student directories. 1965-1968

F782.W4 D5 1898

 

Weld and Larimer Counties directory, 1898

 

 

 

Disabilities

RG9 S7

 

Disabled Student Services (renamed Disability Support Services)

RG7 S9ED F13-4

 

National Center on Severe and Sensory Disabilities. 2001-

 

 

RG12 S20

Disability Awareness Week

 

 

RG8 S2 F3

Disability insurance

 

 

RG9 S7 

Disabled students

 

 

 

Disaster planning see Emergency response

 

 

C6

Discrimination

 

 

RG8 S2 F3-7

Discrimination policy

 

 

 

Dishes

SC48

 

Cranford plate and red glass cream pitcher

 

 

RG4 S2

Dissertations

RG5 S3 F6-15

 

Blue Ribbon Panel. 1980

RG2 S7 F14

 

Dissertation Committee appointed by Bond. 1979-80

RG1 S9

 

Trustees statement. 1980

 

 

University Dissertations

 

 

RG7 S9AS F24

Distance Opportunities for Interpreter Training Center (DO IT)

 

 

RG5 S4 F19-1

Distinguished Career Service Award (Faculty)

   

RG5 S4 F4

Distinguished Scholar (A. M. and Jo Winchester Award)

RG6 S7 F1

 

Clippings

 

 

--

1972

Hillway, Tyrus (Higher Education)

 

 

--

1973

Winchester, Albert M. (Biology)   

 

 

--

1974

Sund, Robert B. (Science Education)

 

 

--

1975

Schmidt, Gerald D. (Biology)

 

 

--

1976

Kolstoe, Oliver P. (Special Education)

 

 

--

1977

Larson, Robert W. (History)

 

 

--

1978

Sage, George H. (Physical Education)

 

 

--

1979

Trowbridge, Leslie W. (Science Education)

 

 

--

1980

Rowe, Gail S. (History)

 

 

--

1981

Schenkman, Walter A. (Music)

 

 

--

1982

Cornebise, Alfred E. (History)

 

 

--

1982

Obrzut, John E. (School Psychology)

 

 

--

1983

Hull, Raymond H. (Communication Disorders)

 

 

--

1984

Swanson, H. Lee (Educational Psychology)

 

 

--

1985

DeRuiter, James A. (Special Education)

 

 

--

1986

Doyle, James F. (Poetry-English)

 

 

--

1987

Kearns, Kevin C. (Geography)

 

 

--

1988

Copley, R. Evan (Music)

 

 

--

1989

Gonzales, Ester M. G. (Hispanic Studies)

 

 

--

1990

Ormrod, Jeanne (Educational Psychology)

 

 

--

1991

Roberto, Karen (Gerontology)

 

 

--

1992

Heikkinen, Henry (Mathematics & Science Teaching Center)

 

 

--

1993

Kiefer, Rita (English)

 

 

--

1994

Retzlaff, Paul (Psychology)

 

 

--

1995

D'Amato, Rik Carl (Psychology)

 

 

--

1996

Reid, Kim (Special Education)

 

 

--

1997

Moore, John (Biological Sciences)

 

 

--

1998

Sheehan, Eugene (Psychology)

 

 

--

1999

Mackessy, Stephen (Biology)

 

 

--

2000

Barrier, Gray (Music)

 

 

--

2000

Brustad, Robert (Kinesiology)

 

 

--

2001

Ferrell, Kay (Special Education)

 

 

--

2002

Bredehoft, Thomas (English)

 

 

--

2003

Reichel, Philip (Criminal Justice)

 

 

--

2004

Rowley, Daniel James (Monfort College of Business)

 

 

--

2005

Brunswig, Robert H. (Anthropology)

 

 

--

2006

Reardon, James (Marketing)

 

 

--

2007

Bardos, Achilles (School Psychology)

 

 

--

2008

Hayward, Reid (Sport & Exercise Science)

 

 

--

2009

Keaten, James A. (Communications)

 

 

--

2010

Suarez, Jose I. (Hispanic Studies)

 

 

--

2011

Bellman, Jonathen (Music)

 

 

--

2012

Payan, Janice M. (Marketing)

RG20 S2 F1

 

Clippings 1950-1974 "Distinguished Scholar"

 

 

see also RG5 S4 F4: Faculty Research and Publications Board

 

 

 

Diversity

RG10 S1 F1

 

1896. Crucible. April 20 pp.1-5 "The Race Problem"

RG10 S1 F6

 

1972. Article about Black, Indian, Chicano in Nowthen 1972. pp.8-17

RG11 S8

 

Affirmative Action Committee

RG12 S20 F1

 

Afro American History Month

RG7 S20 F4

 

Asian/Pacific American Student Services

RG10 S5 F16

 

Black and Hispanic Coalition

RG12 S20 F3

 

Black History Month

RG10 S5 F11

 

Black Men of Today. 1995- (Student organization)

RG10 S5 F13

 

Black Student Union

RG10 S1 F6

 

 

History in Quarterly Overview. Winter 1976 pp.34-35

RG7 S9AS F24

 

Black Studies (named changed to Africana Studies, 1966)

RG1 S2

 

 

BOT approved Black Studies program 1/7-8/1972 p.18; 4/14-15/1972 p.15

RG10 S1 F6

 

 

1972. Nowthen. Spring, 1972, pp.10-11

RG5 S3 F6-15

 

 

Black Studies major. 1971

RG7 S5 F29-1

 

Brown v Board of Education Conference 2004

RG5 S4 F12-2

 

Clippings

RG20 S2

Clippings "Discrimination in housing"

RG2 S8 F17

 

"Commitment to Diversity"

RG1 S3

 

Commitment to Diversity. (BOT Minutes 2/1984)

RG3 S10

 

Commitment to Diversity: Final Report. (see 9/25/1984)

C6

 

Commitment to Diversity: A Report on UNC. May 1985

RG1 S3

 

Commitment to Diversity: 1997. Draft (BOT Minutes 3/s24/1997. V.R.40)

RG1 S3

 

Commitment to Diversity: 1997. (BOT Minutes 5/9/1997.)

RG1 S3

 

Commitment to Diversity: Annual Report to CCHE. 2/9/2001 meeting

RG2 S8 F21

 

Commencement 1990 controversy--Linda Chavez

RG9 S9 F4

 

Conferences--minority themes

 

 

 

IVC 2169 pts.1-3 Diversity in America (UNC, Sept. 1990)

 

 

Committee on Black Students' Concerns

RG1 S2

 

 

BOT Minutes. 9/13/1982, 1/10/1983 Retreat #9, 11/7/1983 Appendix F, 2/1984

RG16 Box 1

 

 

Ombudsman

RG10 S5 F14

 

 

Report of the committee. 1983

 

 

Cosmopolitan Club

RG10 S5 F15

 

 

1927-1937

RG10 S1 F3

 

 

Cache la Poudre: 1928 pp.158-159; 1929 pp.126-127; 1930 p.111; 1932 p.169; 1933 p.188; 1936 p.148; 1937 p.216

RG10 S1 F2

 

 

William F. Butler, President of Club, Mirror 2/27/1930 p.4

RG9 S9

 

Cultural Centers

C1 S13

 

"Cultural Diversity and Multiculturalism: a report to CCHE." 1994

RG5 S4 F12-1

 

Curriculum "Diversity 101" UGC Minutes 12/8/1992

RG2 S12 F10-1

 

Diversity Advisory Council, 2006-

RG9 S9 F3

 

Diversity clippings

RG2 S12 F10-1

 

Diversity in Education Colloquium, Mar. 31, 2009

RG13 S28 F3

 

Diversity Visiting Scholar Series. 2007

RG7 S1 F15-3

 

UNC Diversity Plan and 1998 Annual Report. Draft

 

 

Dormitory for Negro women. Greeley Tribune 1936, Feb. 13, p.1

RG18 S16 F1

 

Hispanic: first Hispanic surnamed graduate--James Garcia (1902)

RG1 S2

 

Housing. BOT minutes 4/9/1936 p.449

RG10 S1 F3

 

Human Rights Association. Club established 1959 Cache la Poudre. 1960 p.109

RG10 S5 F2

 

Lambda Theta Nu sorority. 1997- (ethnic sorority)

RG2 S9 F12

 

Lujan appoints Asst. for Minority Community Relations

RG7 S5 F13

 

Manual High School Project. 1970

RG10 S5 F12

 

MEChA (Student organization)

RG9 S9

 

Mentorship Program. 1991-

RG7 S20

 

Minority Affairs, Division of. 1996-

RG2 S6 F10

 

"Minority Demands and Needs" 4/16-17/1969--sound tape

C6

 

Minority enrollment (Colorado Civil Rights Commission)

RG8 S2 F1

 

Minority faculty

RG9 S3 F1

 

Minority recruitment

RG9 S1 F1-1

 

Minority Student Progress Report. 1970

RG9 S27

 

Multicultural Affairs, Office of

RG10 S5 F2

 

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

RG1 S2

 

National Council of Black Studies Site Visit Report.  Feb. 1984

RG7 S20 F5

 

Native American Student Services

RG9 S26

 

Office of Multicultural Affairs (Student Affairs)

RG9 S27 F1

 

OMA--State Farm Multicultural Partnership

RG10 S1 F2

 

Omega Psi Phi, honorary fraternity for Negroes. Mirror, 1929, Nov. 9, p.3

RG10 S1 F1

 

Race relations. A special issue on race relations was published on May 28, 1969 (v. 29, no. 1). A copy has been bound with the 1968-1969 Mirror and also filed with the Dean of Students materials (RG9 S1 F1).

C9 S4

 

Race/ethnicity--clippings/photocopies of articles

RG9 S4 F3

 

Scholarships

RG10 S1 F3

 

Sociedad Hispanica in Cache la Poudre. 1957 p.61

SC77

 

Summit on Social Justice & Diversity

RG10 S5 F2

 

Jekel, Diane. "Title IX Causes Club Changes". Mirror, Feb. 18, 1976, p. 1.

RG10 S1 F3

 

UMAS group photo in Cache la Poudre. 1971

RG12 S9

 

UPC--Diverse programs

 

 

see also Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity

 

 

see also Fraternities and Sororities

 

 

see also RG10 S1 F6: issues of Quarterly Overview. 1974-77

 

 

 

Dobby's Gang / Doubenmier, Jule

 

 

"Around the World with Dobby" -- Doubenmier PS3507.O7472 A7 (RG6 S3 F1 )

RG2 S5 F4 Box 3

 

Dobby's Gang reunion

 

 

Dobby's Gang scholarship--Doubenmier

RG6 S7 F1

 

Faculty clipping file

RG3 S17

 

Faculty file

   

RG7 S7 F1-6

Doctoral Research Core Reviews

   

 

Documentaries see Films/Documentaries

 

 

RG13 S9 F2-3

Dolls/figurines (Mother Goose, foreign/ethnic dolls)

 

 

RG9 S20

Dormitories see Housing

 

 

RG12 S28

Dream Team (At risk high school program)

 

 

 

Dropouts see Attrition

 

 

 

Drug/alcohol prevention

RG10 S5 F8-15

 

Center for Peer Education (CPE)

RG10 S5 F8-15

 

Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Education (DATE)

RG9 S12

 

Student Health Services

 

 

see also Public Safety