Skip to main content Skip to search Skip to search results

Curriculum and teaching (university function)

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Department of Biophysics records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-04-210
Overview In 1949, the first course in biophysics was offered at Johns Hopkins. The following year Jenkins Hall was dedicated as the center of biophysical research at the Homewood campus. This collection consists of materials pertaining to the 50th anniversary of Biophysics at Hopkins, circa 1999, including items from previous anniversaries.

Department of Mechanical Engineering records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-06-020
Overview This collection consists of records of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, including materials from visiting committees, faculty meetings, films, departmental records, and undergraduate student records, circa 1960s-1990s.

Department of Military Science records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-04-190
Overview With the passing of the National Defense Act on October 16, 1916, a unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was formally established at Hopkins under what was then the Department of Military Science and Tactics (now known as the Department of Military Science). This collection primarily includes photographs and clippings (both mainly contained in photograph album pages). The collection also includes, to a lesser degree: photocopies of historical documents and historical research,...

Department of Sociology records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-04-230
Overview The Department of Sociology at Johns Hopkins was founded in 1959 by American sociologist James Coleman. The department concentrates on two broad areas at the graduate and undergraduate levels: global social change and social inequality. This collection contains records of the Department of Sociology from circa 1960 to 1990. The records may include faculty and student records.

Humanities Center records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-04-250
Overview The Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins was formed in the 20th century to formally to bring together the various humanities departments on campus. This collection consists of two types of records: a number of audio and video recordings in a variety of formats, including a recording of "The Experiment at Hopkins" produced by the Humanities Center and the Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Cultural Affairs, circa 1989; and files from the Director's Office at the Charles Singleton Center at Villa...

J. Montgomery Gambrill papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0669
Overview J. Montgomery Gambrill (1880-1953) was a historian and professor at Columbia University and Johns Hopkins University. This collection consists largely of typed and handwritten correspondence, subject files, and teaching files reagarding his research and administrative duties, from 1794 to 1966.

Johns Hopkins University television programs collection

 Collection
Identifier: Coll-008
Overview Johns Hopkins University produced four educational television series between 1948 and 1960: The Johns Hopkins Science Review, Tomorrow, Tomorrow's Careers, and Johns Hopkins File 7. This collection consists of videocassette (VHS) copies of kinescopes of those television programs produced dating from 1948 to 1960.

Robert Endicott Osgood papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0204
Overview This collection contains teaching and research materials relating to the career of Robert Endicott Osgood (1921-1986). Materials include the text of speeches, research files related to publications, correspondence, and exams. Osgood's areas of expertise included U.S. foreign policy, national strategic issues, and the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI).

Villa Spelman records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-04-290
Overview The Johns Hopkins Center for Italian Studies at Villa Spelman was established in the early 1970s in accordance with the bequest of Leolyn and Timothy Mather Spelman. The property was sold by the university in September 2008. This collection consists of records of the Villa Spelman from 1990 to 2005.