The University College, founded in 1933, became successively the Evening Divisions, 1953-1978; the Division of Continuing Education, 1978-1983; then once again the University College of Continuing Professional Education in 1983. During the period represented by the bulk of these records, 1980-1985, the Dean of the College (or Division) reported to the Assistant Provost. A few records from the tenure of Dean Richard Lang (1969-1972), and Dean Martha Luck (1972-1977), are part of this series. Dean Corley first became Assistant Dean of the Evening Divisions in 1974, then Dean in 1976. Her tenure ended in 1985; Donald E. Collins succeeded her.
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Dean of the Division of Continuing Education/Evening Divisions/University College, Ellen Corley, Records of the
Abstract These records of Ellen Corley, Dean of the College of Continuing Education, primarily relate to three areas of activity of the College. First are Dean Corley's correspondence and materials created in the general operation of the dean's office during her tenure as Dean from 1976 to 1985. Second, financial and/or class registration records include comprehensive data from the operations of the College since 1963. The third category comprises subject files from various courses, workshops, and other...