The Faculty Senate Diversity Committee at Roger Williams University is responsible for monitoring, reporting on, and encouraging diversity at Roger Williams University. This collection was created by a sub-comiittee, formed in 2009-2010 and charged with compiling, archiving, and documenting past initiatives and creating a report outlining next steps.
Division of Biology and Medicine Master of Medical Sciences/Medical Education Program records
1.5 Linear feet
The Division of Biology and Medicine Master of Medical Science/Medical Education Program records contain collected documents related to the history, curriculum, and students enrolled in the program at Brown University, as well as retrospective analysis. The materials date from 1963 to 1984.
The Mary Ann Doane papers represent forty years of education, research, and professional activity. The collection emphasizes Doane's academic training as a feminist film scholar through notebooks and essays that date from high school through her doctoral studies. Another portion of the collection presents notes and drafts of publications, including the books
The Frank Durand papers contain general office files and department files compiled when Durand was a faculty member in the Department of Hispanic Studies and an administrator at Brown University. The material is dated from 1975 to 1984.
This collection documents the activities of Karen
Idoine between 1996-2005 in her position as the curator of the Nature Lab, and
primarily contains information pertaining to the planning and execution of events
sponsored by the Nature Lab.
This collection contains some of the papers of Elisha Reynolds Potter, a notable nineteenth century public servant from Kingston, Rhode Island. Potter made his mark as a teacher, a lawyer, an elected official, and an educational reformer.
The John Elmendorf papers include office files, subject files, and materials regarding the Latin American Studies Program at Brown University. The papers were compiled while Elmendorf was Vice President of Brown, from 1961 to 1965.