This collection contains the papers of the Tepper School of Business (formerly called the Graduate School of Industrial Administration, or GSIA) whose purpose was to build on the technical skills of individuals in management positions by providing the communication and analytical decision-making skills the they needed to be successful in business. Included in the collection are theses, annual reports, administrative records, publications, brochures and videos.
Linear Feet: 15.5 Boxes: 16
More like this: University Records
The Commission on the Status and Needs of Women at CMU was established with the intention to relieve discrimination at the university and provide women with equal opportunities to admission, employment, retention, promotion, and salaries.
Linear Feet: 1.5 Boxes: 3
More like this: University Records
This collection contains the papers of the Digital Art Exchange (DAX), a telecommunication art group based at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Art from 1979 to 1992 and led by Bruce Breland. Most of the collection is related to specific exhibitions and performances, and includes printouts of electronic messages and images, faxes, videotape, audiotape, photographic material, catalogs, as well as correspondence, publications, and theses.
Linear Feet: 5 Boxes: 5
The Theodore Viehman collection, which dates from 1892-1957, documents Viehman’s career as a director and instructor at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama. The material predominately includes professional papers relating to plays he directed and courses he taught either at CMU or at other universities. Other material, such as personal correspondence and clippings relating to subjects of interest to Viehman are scattered throughout. Two folders containing photographs of various plays can be found at the end of the collection.
Linear Feet: 1.5 Boxes: 3
More like this: Drama, Faculty Papers, Photographs
Theron Wasson Papers (1921-1962)
Theron Wasson was an Engineering student at CIT and earned his B.S. in 1910. In 1921, Wasson went to Ecuador on an oil exploration. His collection includes three journals that he wrote during the exploration. Digitized version of Wasson's 1921 journals are available.
Linear Feet: .25
More like this: Alumni Papers