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Massachusetts Coalition of Battered Women's Service Groups collection

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Identifier: M138
Overview During the winter of 1978, a group of feminists gathered to discuss forming an organization to support battered women and to combat domestic violence in Massachusetts. The discussion resulted in the formation of the Massachusetts Coalition of Battered Women's Service Groups, a statewide organization that would both finance local organizations and address the needs of battered women across Massachusetts. In its 20 years of activity, the coalition organized fundraising efforts, political...
Dates: 1979-1981

Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus records

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Identifier: M141
Overview The Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus (the Caucus) was founded in 1973 to fight for social equality for the gay and lesbian community in Massachusetts. Originally titled the Boston Advocates for Human Rights, the organization changed its name to Massachusetts Caucus for Gay Legislation in 1976 to reflect its focus on statewide legislation. The organization adopted its current name in 1987. The Caucus was the first group within the gay and lesbian community to employ a lobbyist...
Dates: 1974-2007; Majority of material found within 1978-2004

Massachusetts Human Services Coalition records

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Identifier: M193
Overview The Massachusetts Human Services Coalition (MHSC) was founded in 1976 and operated as a vehicle for organizing individuals around causes related to human services, focusing on the residents of Massachusetts who most directly benefit from state-funded services, including at-risk children, low-income families, persons with disabilities, the elderly, and other vulnerable populations. The MHSC focused on analyzing and tracking public policy and funding of human services provided by the...
Dates: 1969-2004

Mechanical Engineering Technology Department Heads Committee records

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Identifier: M108
Overview The Mechanical Engineering Technology Department Heads Committee, a committee of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers [ASME], was established to receive and act upon recommendations from Mechanical Engineering Technology Department Heads, to sponsor activities and meetings to discuss mechanical engineering technology education, student activities, faculty development and other appropriate matters and their relation to the professional development of mechanical engineering...
Dates: 1980-1994

Melnea A. Cass papers

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Identifier: M079
Overview

Community and civil rights activist Melnea Agnes Cass was born on June 16, 1896 in Richmond, Virginia. She received numerous awards, including three honorary doctoral degrees for her involvement in community improvement and civil rights in the Boston area. She was known as "The First Lady of Roxbury." She died on December 16, 1978.



Dates: 1954-1979

Men of All Colors Together Boston records

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Identifier: M068
Overview Men of All Colors Together Boston is the Boston chapter of the National Association of Black and White Men Together. Men of All Colors Together Boston was founded in 1980, and is the oldest interracial gay group on the East Coast. As both a social and political organization, Men of All Colors Together Boston is committed to fostering supportive environments wherein racial and cultural inequalities may be overcome. They engage in educational, political, cultural, and social...
Dates: 1980-2000

Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc. records

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Identifier: M101
Overview Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Incorporated (METCO, Inc.) is a private nonprofit organization founded in 1966 to eliminate racial imbalance by busing children from Boston and Springfield to suburban public schools in 38 suburban communities. The program was created more than three decades ago by educational collaborators, parents, and suburban citizens from metropolitan Boston and Boston's suburbs as a voluntary desegregation program. Its mission is "to provide, through...
Dates: 1961-2005; Majority of material found within 1966-1995

Michael Aronson papers

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Identifier: M206
Overview Michael Aronson was born in the early 1960s. Growing up in Massachusetts, he attended Needham Public Schools. After graduating high school in 1981, he attended the University of Chicago where he earned his BA in 1985. Not long after, Aronson joined Michael Dukakis' presidential campaign and became part of the speechwriting team. After Dukakis lost the presidency, Aronson pursued a career in journalism. Later, he joined the New York Daily News Editorial Board. In 1999, he won a Pulitzer Prize...
Dates: 1982-1988

Michael Meltsner papers

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Identifier: M175
Overview Michael Meltsner has taught at Northeastern University School of Law since 1979. He earned his A.B. from Oberlin College in 1957 and his LL.B. / J.D. from Yale University in 1960. From 1961-1970 Meltsner worked as First Assistant Counsel at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) and was co-director, along with Jack Greenberg, of the National Office for the Rights of the Indigent (NORI), a “paper office” within the Legal Defense Fund. Since 1970, Meltsner has taught and...
Dates: 1961-2008; Majority of material found within 1978-2004

Michael S. Dukakis Presidential Campaign records

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Identifier: M032
Overview Michael Stanley Dukakis was born of Greek immigrant parents on November 3, 1933 in Brookline, Massachusetts, where he still resides, as of 2002. He graduated from Brookline High School (1951), Swarthmore College (1955), and Harvard Law School (1960). Michael Dukakis married Katherine Dickson, known as Kitty, in 1963. They have three children, John, Andrea and Kara. Michael Dukakis served for eight years in the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1962-1970) before he lost a bid for...
Dates: 1962-1989; Majority of material found within 1987-1988

Milburn Devenney papers

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Identifier: M157
Overview Milburn Devenney is a social worker and registered nurse in the Boston area who worked with AIDS patients during the 1980s and 1990s, primarily through the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc. (AAC). Devenney completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Humanistic Counseling at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1980 and, during the period this collection covers, Devenney was a graduate student at St. Mary's College, working toward his M.A. in Human...
Dates: circa 1983-1996

Minnie L. Lynn papers

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Identifier: M085
Overview A leader and scholar of physical education, Minnie Lynetta Lynn was born in Pennsylvania in 1902. After receiving her bachelor's degree from Oberlin College in 1928, she taught physical education in Cleveland grade schools until 1930, when she assumed the directorship of health and physical education at McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio, a position she held until 1941. Lynn received a master's degree from Pennsylvania State University in 1937 and earned a PhD from the University of...
Dates: 1902-1991

Mobilization for Survival: Feminist Task Force records

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Identifier: M140
Overview In 1977, a group of activists formed the Boston chapter of Mobilization for Survival, an organization dedicated to nuclear disarmament and peace. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Mobilization for Survival rallied against a variety of anti-military and anti-nuclear causes such as the American presence in Central America and nuclear proliferation. In 1985, a group of feminists in the Boston chapter met to create a Feminist Task Force within the organization to address women's issues...
Dates: 1985-1987

Muriel S. and Otto P. Snowden papers

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Identifier: M017
Overview Muriel S. and Otto P. Snowden were the founders and co-directors of Freedom House, a center for neighborhood improvement and community activism in the racially mixed neighborhood of Roxbury, Massachusetts. From 1949 until their retirement in 1984, the Snowdens were influential leaders in Boston's African American community. Muriel S. Snowden was raised in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, graduated from Radcliffe College in 1938, and attended the New York School of Social Work from 1943-1945. She...
Dates: 1911-1990; Majority of material found within 1947-1985

Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists records

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Identifier: M044
Overview

Established in 1969 as a division of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists is an art museum dedicated to the education, promotion, exhibition, and collection of African, Caribbean, and Afro-American fine arts worldwide.



Dates: 1966-1998

Nancy Caruso papers

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Identifier: M195
Overview Nancy Caruso is a community activist and co-founder of the North End Waterfront Central Artery Committee. The Committee was established in 1993 to lessen the impact of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project on the North End and Waterfront neighborhoods of Boston, Massachusetts. The Project revitalized the Central Artery by replacing the elevated Interstate 93 with the Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel and adding the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge. In addition, Interstate 90 was extended to Logan...
Dates: 1948, 1951, 1983-2012

Natalie Ammarell papers

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Identifier: M189
Overview

Natalie Ammarell earned her Master's degree in Urban Affairs at Boston University in 1973 and her Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems at Fielding Graduate University in 1999. From 1972 to 2002, Ammarell worked as an organizational consultant with a special focus on Boston-area community-based human service organizations.



Dates: 1967-2008; Majority of material found within 1981-2000

National Center of Afro-American Artists records

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Identifier: M042
Overview

The National Center of Afro-American Artists was founded by Elma Ina Lewis in Dorchester, Massachusetts in 1968. The Center's founding was a response to concerns over a lack of a comprehensive, national institutional center for African American artists.



Dates: 1924-1998

National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc. records

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Identifier: M197
Overview The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) was founded in New York City in 1936 in response to the conservative American Bar Association. The Massachusetts chapter (NLGMC) formed soon after. At the founding convention in Washington D.C. in 1937, the National group formally opened itself to all lawyers regardless of race, sex, or political beliefs and started campaigning for anti-lynching legislation, legal protections for collective bargaining, full scale social security, and federally funded...
Dates: 1970-2006

Nelson Merced papers

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Identifier: M125
Overview Nelson Merced, a Latino politician and activist, was born in New York City in 1948. Merced first became politically active in Puerto Rico in the early 1970s, working with squatters in San Juan. He moved back to the United States to attend the University of Connecticut, graduating with a bachelor's degree in anthropology. He did graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, held positions at La Alianza Hispana and the Boston Public Facilities Department, and returned to politics...
Dates: 1966-2002; Majority of material found within 1988-1992

New England College of Pharmacy records

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Identifier: M015
Overview In 1927, Constantine Meriano founded the Meriano School of Pharmacy in Boston. The institution was officially incorporated in 1940 as the Boston School of Pharmacy. In 1941, the Board of Trustees initiated a four-year curriculum, and in 1943 the Massachusetts Legislature authorized the Trustees to grant the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. Students enrolled in a rigorous academic program that included course work in anatomy, biology, chemistry, pharmacy, physics, business, law, and...
Dates: 1939-1973

Nicholas D. Corsano papers

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Identifier: M186
Overview Nicholas D. Corsano was born on August 4, 1904 in the North End, Boston. He graduated from the Northeastern University School of Engineering in 1926, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Most of his working career was spent with Boston Building Department as an inspector and construction supervisor. He became a co-chairman of the joint 1925-1926 Northeastern reunion committee in 1987, devoting considerable time to documenting class meetings and communicating with...
Dates: 1926-2001

Norman G. Miclette papers

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Identifier: M147
Overview Norman G. Miclette was born on July 31, 1927 in Watertown, Connecticut. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, having served the United States Army in Korea. He attended both the Harvard Business School and the Evening School of Business at Northeastern University in the 1950's. His studies at Harvard 1952—-1955 focused on business and personnel management, and 1956—-1958 he studied the traffic management industry at Northeastern. While studying at...
Dates: 1952-1958

Northeastern Records phonograph records and compact discs

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Identifier: A066
Overview

Northeastern Records was founded in 1979 and remained at Northeastern University until 1988. The classical music label focused on producing recordings by women and New England composers, and on utilizing musicians and singers from the Boston area. The ownership of Northeastern Records was transferred to its director, Lynn Joiner, in 1988.



Dates: 1979-1988

Northeastern University concert recordings

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Identifier: A053
Overview The Music at Noon Concert Series at Northeastern University began in 1962 to allow students to perform music informally in front of an audience. It was initiated by Professor Roland Nadeau, then Chairman of the Music Department. In 1964, Professor Tesson took over the program and expanded it to include a wide variety of music. In 1968, Northeastern University formally adopted a budget for the Music at Noon program, thus allowing it to host concerts by professional musicians as well as...
Dates: 1972-1988

Northeastern University Division of Academic Computing records

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Identifier: A098
Overview The Division of Academic Computing began in 1987 as a continuation of the academic computer services initiated by Dr. Knowles in 1959 with the purchase of the University's first computer and the establishment of the Computation Center, a support service for the research and teaching needs of faculty, research personnel, graduate students and some undergraduates. In 1981, the Computation Center was reorganized to reflect its growing importance. Its name changed to Academic Computer Services...
Dates: 1959-1990

Northeastern University, Jet Commercial Photographers negatives

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Identifier: A060
Overview The collection contains negatives of Northeastern University events, buildings, campus, and individuals, taken by Jet Commercial Photographers, between 1959 and 2007. The NU Visual Collection contains positive prints of some negatives. The negatives are organized chronologically and numerically according to unique ID numbers given to each photo session. Negative sleeves are labeled with dates and brief descriptions of the content of the negatives. A detailed index of the contents of each box...
Dates: 1959-2007

Northeastern University, Jet Commercial Photographers sports negatives

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Identifier: A059
Overview

Negatives and contact sheets from Northeastern University's Athletics Programs from 1959-2004.



Dates: 1959-2006

Northeastern University Memorabilia

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Identifier: A058
Overview This collection comprises artifacts that were either presented to or created by Northeastern University (NU), including items such as awards, flags, banners, medals, clothing, paperweights, coasters, pins, dishware, figurines, and jewelry. Some of the items have links to particular individuals or groups; others are representative of NU as a whole. Of special interest is a class sweater worn by a member of the Class of 1926. (The NU Photograph Collection contains photographs of a freshman...
Dates: 1914-2009

Northeastern University Motion Picture collection

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Identifier: A014
Overview The collection consists of motion picture reels documenting life at Northeastern University. Included are films of the groundbreaking and construction of Richards Hall, Dodge Hall, Cabot Physical Education Center, Hayden Hall, Ell Student Center, and Churchill Hall. Also included are films of the naming of the Cabot and Ell buildings, President Knowles' inauguration, and President Ell's Alumni Testimonial Dinner. Each reel has been copied to VHS format. There are four master VHS copies for...
Dates: 1934-1976

Northeastern University Office of University Photography contact sheets and negatives

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Identifier: A062
Overview

The Northeastern University (NU) Office of University Photography (OUP) is responsible for the public image of NU as represented in photographs and videos. OUP provides photographic support and expertise to NU's marketing, news, and public relations publications.



Dates: 1961-2001

Northeastern University Photograph collection

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Identifier: A103
Overview Northeastern University was founded in 1898 as a primarily commuter school with an all-male student body focusing on engineering and law programs. Since then, the University has expanded and now has six basic colleges, graduate and undergraduate programs in a wide variety of fields, and a diverse student body. The photographic collection reflects the history and development of the University from the early 1900s to the present day, including the expansion of Northeastern's physical plant and...
Dates: 1903-2009; Majority of material found within 1950s-2009

Northeastern University Press records

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Identifier: A102
Overview The Northeastern University Press was founded by William Frohlich in 1977. Frohlich had been hired to reorganize the department responsible for printing the University's promotional and informational materials. Frohlich worked with Northeastern University President Kenneth Ryder to create a small academic press that would operate on a small budget and publish scholarly books. President Ryder recognized that a university press would help strengthen the academic reputation of Northeastern and...
Dates: 1976-2005

NUPRIME (Northeastern University Programs in Multicultural Engineering) records

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Identifier: A069
Overview NUPRIME was established in 1974 to recruit and support minority students in the College of Engineering, the College of Computer Science, and the Engineering Technology program. Based in the College of Engineering, NUPRIME assists over 200 students each year by providing academic and financial support, including scholarships and loans, mathematics and physics workshops, one-on-one tutoring, and career counseling. NUPRIME also provides advisory support for minority engineering student...
Dates: 1981-1997; Majority of material found within 1992-1996

Oberg slide collection

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Identifier: M072
Overview

Doris Oberg attended many university functions with her husband, Rudolf O. Oberg, and took pictures. Rudolf Oberg was a member of Northeastern University Class of 1926. He was director of Alumni Affairs at Northeastern University for over 25 years and worked there for nearly 50 years. Rudolf Oberg died in 1973, and Doris Oberg died in March 1993.



Dates: circa 1945-1973

Occupy Boston Audre Lorde to Howard Zinn Library records

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Identifier: M217
Historical Abstract The Audre Lorde to Howard Zinn Library (also known as the A-Z Library) was formed in 2011 by Metacomet Books (Plymouth, Massachusetts), the Boston Radical Reference Collective, and the Simmons College Chapter of the Progressive Librarians Guild to meet the information needs of the Occupy Boston protest. The records of the Audre Lorde to Howard Zinn Library contain materials related to the founding and operation of the Occupy Boston protest and the activities of the A-Z Library. The records...
Dates: 1963-2013 ; Majority of material found within 2011-2012

Office of Affirmative Action and Diversity records

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Identifier: A068
Overview Northeastern University's (NU) Affirmative Action Office (AAO) was created in 1975 in response to several federal laws and regulations designed to encourage employment and educational equity at institutions throughout American society. President Asa Knowles was head of a group of Boston-area university presidents who tried to adhere to these new rules. During his tenure, NU established the Afro-American Institute and sought to enroll and retain African American students as well as hire and...
Dates: 1973-1995; Majority of material found within 1975-1986

Office of Alumni Relations records

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Identifier: A004
Overview In the early 1900s, alumni activities at Northeastern University were organized by each department. In 1927 William C. White, who later became Executive Vice President of Northeastern University (NU), was appointed the first Alumni Secretary. Rudolf O. Oberg replaced White in 1929 as Alumni Secretary of the Day Colleges. Oberg expanded the role of organizing alumni events and furthering alumni relations, and due to his efforts, an alumni office was created in 1943, with Oberg as Director of...
Dates: 1926- 2009

Office of Communications records

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Identifier: A107
Overview The Office of Public Information was established by Northeastern University President Asa S. Knowles in 1959. In the mid-1980s, Senior Vice President for Public Affairs, James B. King divided the office into two subdivisions: University Relations and Public Relations. The Division of University Relations focused on internal communications while Public Relations focused on external relations. In 1986 the Office of Public Information became the Office of Communications whose mission was to...
Dates: 1952-2004

Office of Community Affairs records

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Identifier: A085
Overview In 1982, Vice President John A. Curry reorganized the existing Office of Community Development into the Office of Community Affairs. Placed under the direction of Joseph D. Warren, the Office of Community Affairs' primary mission was to respond to the concerns of Northeastern University's neighbors. Additionally, the office administered several community outreach programs, such as the annual Thanksgiving food and Christmas toy drives and a scholarship program for Boston Housing Authority...
Dates: 1967-1989; Majority of material found within 1982-1989

Office of Conference and Event Planning records

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Identifier: A047
Overview

During the 1960s and early 1970s, the Office of the President was responsible for coordinating and overseeing all building dedications and major events. In the mid 1970s, this responsibility was transferred to the Office of University Functions, renamed the Office of Special Events when President Kenneth G. Ryder began his administration. During the 1990s, the Office of Special Events was renamed the Office of Conference and Event Planning.



Dates: 1948-1995

Office of Educational Opportunity Programs and Service-Learning records

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Identifier: A052
Overview The Office of Educational Opportunity Programs and Service-Learning (OEOP/SL) at Northeastern University (NU) was established in the 1993-94 academic year. Holly M. Carter, whose career at NU began in 1973, became dean of the OEOP/SL. The OEOP/SL was charged with: 1) coordinating University-wide community service-learning initiatives; 2) serving as a clearinghouse for internal and external community service-learning resources and information; 3) developing initiatives in community...
Dates: 1984-2000

Office of Institutional Advancement records

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Identifier: A090
Overview

In 2001, the office of University Development and the Office of Alumni Relations merged under the name Office of Institutional Advancement. The Office of Institutional Advancement is responsible for overseeing the staff, budget, and operations of all alumni, corporate, and development activities.



Dates: 2001-2007

Office of Institutional Research records

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Identifier: A126
Overview The Office of Institutional Research and Data Administration collects data for and about Northeastern University. Overseen by the Office of the Provost, the statistics the Office compiles are used to analyze and improve the institution as a whole, in order to better benefit students, faculty, alumni, staff and the outside community. Prior to being called the Office of Institutional Research and Data Administration, or OIR, the Office went through several name changes. From the years...
Dates: 1977-2006

Office of International Affairs records

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Identifier: A063
Overview Prior to 1975, matters relating to international affairs at Northeastern University were the joint responsibility of the University Relations Office and the Student Center. In 1975, several committees were established to address the needs of a growing population of international students. Responsibilities shared among these committees included international recruitment, coordination of international visitors, and addressing the cultural, legal, and academic needs of foreign students. These...
Dates: 1951-1991; Majority of material found within 1977-1988

Office of Physical Planning and Design records

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Identifier: A082
Overview

Northeastern University's Office of Planning was established in 1959. Since 1982 it has been known as the Office of Physical Planning and Design. The Office is concerned with the design and expansion of Northeastern University's physical campus and buildings, and space planning for educational programs. Prior to 1959, the Building Committee and other special committees of the Board of Trustees handled Northeastern University's physical expansion.



Dates: 1903-1997; Majority of material found within 1960-1987

Office of Public Relations scrapbooks

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Identifier: A007
Overview

Compiled by Northeastern University's Office of Public Relations, the scrapbooks consist entirely of newspaper clippings, mostly from Boston and regional newspapers, concerning news items related to or involving Northeastern University and its faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

Dates: 1958-1978

Office of Technology Innovation and Commercialization records

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Identifier: A115
Overview The Office of Technology Innovation and Commercialization, formerly known as the Division of Technology Transfer, was formed as the result of a task force commissioned by President Richard M. Freeland in 1997. The findings of the task force emphasized the importance of research, technology transfer, and intellectual property control to "augment the intellectual contribution and stature of the University." In July 1999, the Division of Technology Transfer was created to "promote university...
Dates: 1982-2004

Office of the Business Manager records

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Identifier: A095
Overview The Office of Financial Officer for Northeastern University was created in 1950. Lincoln C. Bateson, the first Financial Officer, was responsible for tuition, taxes, audits, budgets, and salaries. The position title was changed in the 1960s to Vice President-Finance. When Bateson retired in 1974, the two vice presidential posts were merged and Daniel J. Roberts became the joint Vice President-Business/Finance. In 1990, the Vice President-Finance position was seen as no longer necessary, so...
Dates: 1949-1996

Office of the Executive Vice President records

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Identifier: A032
Overview In the mid-1960s, Northeastern University (NU) president Asa Knowles initiated a major administrative reorganization, including a change in the by-laws to allow for more than one vice president. In September 1966, Knowles asked the Board of Trustees to approve the appointment of William C. White, then Vice President and Provost, to the position of Executive Vice President. The Office of Executive Vice President was not created to fill a particular administrative role. Subsequent executive...
Dates: 1963-1992

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Beta Gamma Epsilon. Northeastern University Chapter 2
Boston Housing Authority 2
Boston Intercollegiate Lesbian and Gay Alliance 2
Boston Redevelopment Authority 2
Bouvé, Marjorie, 1879-1970 2
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation 2
Burke, Barbara 2
Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (Cambridge, Mass.) 2
Carmichael, Stokely 2
Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project (Mass.) -- History 2
Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project (Mass.) -- Maps 2
Chandler, Dana, Jr. 2
Clinton, Bill, 1946- 2
Committee for Cambridge Rent Control (Cambridge, Mass.) 2
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