Chapman University -- Academic Centers.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This series contains material from the 1986-1989 Economic Forums as well as ephemera from the 1980s through the 1990s.
Collection — Document-box 1
Overview The Leatherby family papers consist of financial and business documents as well as other materials belonging to Ralph William Leatherby and his family. The collection also includes items pertaining to the individual achievements of the family, photographs, and other various items.
Identifier: RG. 28.1
Scope and Contents These records contain ephemera documenting the off-campus centers of education associated with Chapman University from 1958 when they were called Residence Education Centers (REC's), to Academic Centers, to University College, and to the present day Brandman University. The Pacific Afloat College Education (PACE) was a subset of the REC's.
Identifier: RG. 28.2
Scope and Contents 1 notebook, Program Proposal, Masters in Oraganizational Leadership, Sacramento Valley Center, Submitted by: Patricia Steinhaus Hammer, M.A., Program Administrator for Masters in Human Resources and Masters in Health Administration.
Scope and Contents This subseries contains various Center Accents newsletters from 1991 to 1992. Center Accents was the newsletter of the Chapman University Academic Centers.