BC 11.5, Shelf C-29
The dean’s and president’s reports include an overview of recent and planned developments at the college, as well as summaries of problems and proposal.
History of the Dean’s and President’s Reports
The president’s reports—first published in 1952, and continuing through the present—include an overview of recent and planned developments at the college, as well as summaries of problems and proposals—essentially a “State of the College” address. Each report also includes a list of faculty and administrative promotions, appointments, and obituaries; a chart of the geographical distribution of the student body; a list of faculty research fellowships, grants, awards, and publications; a list of donations to the college; and a balance sheet of current income, expenditures, liabilities, and other financial data. The dean’s reports—which were published from 1898 through 1952—contained the same information.
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