Scope and Contents
The papers contain Physical Education department and course material, coaching and teaching and reference material, personal papers, camp material, historical papers (non-Smith), Hampshire County Hockey Club, American Physical Education Association, and National Coalition on Women's Athletics material, Interterm Committee, Graduate Committee, Riding Advisory Committee, Ainsworth Building Committee, and Reappointment Committee material.
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Biographical / Historical
Caryl M. Newhof was a Professor of Exercise and Sport Studies at Smith. She received her BS from Sargent College of Boston University in 1944, joined the Smith College faculty in 1948, and received an MS degree from Smith in 1951. She was a prominent member of the field hockey community in the United States and not only wrote many articles on the subject but received the National Honorary Umpire's Award, was inducted into th Boston University Hall of Fame in 1985, and was elected to the New Agenda Northeast Hall of Fame in 1989. At Smith, she helped develop intercollegiate sports, served as both a field hockey and a squash coach, and taught a plethora of activity classes on a variety of sports. She helped develop the Department of Exercise and Sport master's program, served as faculty supervisor to numerous students, was a member or chair of many committees, and served as athletic director, intramural director, and department chair during the 1970's and 1980's.
6.937 linear feet (7 containers)
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