Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Alice Dickinson was Professor of Mathematics at Smith College from 1960-1986 and Dean of the College from 1973-1976. Her papers contain her work while Professor of Mathematics and Dean of the College at Smith College and include personal papers, class lists, teaching materials, examinations, committee work, correspondence, math department files, and Dean's Office material.
Professor of psychology. Contains research, lecture notes, and photographs.
Donald L. Robinson was professor of government at Smith College from 1966 into the 2000's. He taught courses on the presidency, political parties and constitutional history and authored numerous articles and several books, including one on Japan's constitution. The collection contains his personal and professional papers, including articles, papers and reports written by Robinson, and conference and teaching materials.
Professor of music and dean at Smith College. Contains musical programs, ID cards, correspondence, student notebooks, news clippings, photographs, publications, course notes, and memorials from her life.
Contains photographs, newspaper clippings, syllabi and published articles related to the professional life of Elizabeth Kemper Adams.
Elizabeth W. Harries, a scholar and author, is the Helen and Laura Shedd Professor Emerita of Modern Languages at Smith College. Her papers consist primarily of materials regarding her professional life at Smith, including English and Study of Women and Gender course materials, student work and critiques, personal and professional correspondence with colleagues and students and materials regarding faculty and other school committees.
Faculty. Department of Sociology. Contains various documents relating to the career of Ely Chinoy at Smith College including correspondence, photographs, news clippings, published works, research, course materials, and programs.
Chairman of the English Department. Collection contains correspondence, clippings, notebooks, publications, programs, and photographs.
George Fisk Mair was Professor of Economics at Smith College from 1953 until 1976, then Dean of the College from 1976 until 1978 and Dean of the Faculty in that year. This collection contains his work as an Economics professor at Smith College and various universities.
Professor and chairman of the Sociology Department. Collection contains correspondence, obituaries, clippings, class notes, exams, articles, and photographs.
Gwendolen Carter was a professor of government and scholar of African studies. Her papers consist of African Study Tours materials, biographical material, correspondence, course materials, photographs, press releases, publications, speeches, and articles.
Faculty. Collection contains correspondence, lecture notes and publications, and correspondence.
Contains awards, resumes, news clippings, publications and photographs from Helen Rees’ professional life as the Director of Master's of Education in the Clarke School for the Deaf.
Helen Ruth Stobbe was an associate professor emeritus of geology and geography until her retirement in 1967. The Helen Stobbe papers contain Professor Stobbe's professional and personal papers amassed during her time as a student and as a professor at Smith College, including coursework, letters, research, photographs, and lecture materials.
The International Institute for Girls in Spain evolved out of a school founded by a Protestant missionary in Santander, Spain, in 1877. The Institute was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1892 as a non-denominational Christian organization "for the purpose of establishing and maintaining an institution for the education of girls in Spain." The collection contains correspondence, memorabilia, minutes, reports, photographs, and publications.
Jill Ker Conway was the first female president of the college. Her selection, a watershed in the history of Smith, was also a hallmark in an era of significant change in the perception of women and their role in society. This collection of personal materials includes correspondence, photographs, professional and conference materials, awards, and memorabilia documenting Conway's personal life (1934-2018) and post-Smith career (1975-2018).
Joachim Stieber was professor of history at Smith College from 1974 until the 1990's. His papers contain his work at Smith and include selected readings for courses, Junior Year Abroad (Geneva) materials, and assistant professor files..
Professor of physics 1878-1880, professor of chemistry 1880-1919. Contains biographical material, correspondence, photographs, and publications.
Karen Pfeifer is a professor emeritas of economics at Smith College. Her papers includes materials from Professor Pfeifer's Smith classes on economics as well as writings and other professional papers.
Professor of Architecture. Contains correspondence, clippings, notes, publications, syllabi, sketches, and photographs.
Professor of English. Contains biographical material, correspondence, publications, lecture and research notes, and oversize materials.
The Kennedy Family papers contains materials documenting the lives and careers of Clarence and Ruth Kennedy, faculty in the Smith College Art Department.
Leo Weinstein was a history professor at Smith College. This collection contains course material, news clippings, and photographs from Leo Weinstein’s professional papers.
Correspondence, ephemera, newspaper clippings, syllabi, photographs, typescripts, and handwritten manuscripts of Louis Cohn-Haft, professor of history.
Instructor of music 1937-1958, Professor of Music 1958-1964. Contains biographical information, photographs, correspondence, sheet music, and lecture notes.
This collection includes syllabi used by Martha Ackelsberg in her courses, articles written by her for publication, records of Smith committees Professor Ackelsberg served on.
Michael O. Albertson (1946-2009) was the L. Clark Seelye Professor of Mathematics at Smith College, where he taught for 37 years. These papers contain lectures and research materials from Professor Albertson's scholarly work in mathmatics, as well as class materials and student files. There are also grant materials, posters pertaining to lectures and photographs.
Neal McCoy was a professor of mathematics. The papers contain correspondence, course materials, photographs, programs for awards, publications, and the diaries of his wife Ardis Hollingsworth McCoy.
The Nelly Schargo Hoyt papers contain class materials, notes, alumnae college sessions, student projects, correspondence, writings, personal documents, and photographs related to Professor Hoyt.