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Greg Howell collection on Harry J. Sears

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:A small collection throwing some light on the personal life of Dr. Harry J. Sears.
 
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Oregon Graduate Institute records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Oregon Graduate Institute was originally chartered in 1963 by the Oregon Legislature to provide graduate-level training and expertise to the state's rapidly expanding high-tech industry, including so-called "Silicon Forest" companies. In 2008, the school's name was changed to the Department of Science and Engineering and by 2010, the department was dissolved and the academic programs and research were disseminated to other OHSU institutes and departments. This collection includes a variety of materials including administrative records, faculty and class files, and photographic and audiovisual materials.
 
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School of Nursing Archives Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The OHSU School of Nursing began in 1919 at the University of Oregon and offered the state’s first professional courses in nursing. In 1926, the University introduced a five-year curriculum culminating in the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing. Later, and the program has been growing and changing ever since – adding certificate programs, pre-nursing curricula, continuing education and distance learning, Master’s and Doctoral degree programs, and a wide variety of care-focused nursing concentrations. This is collection contains virtually every kind of documentation and format covering all facets of the School’s administration and history.
 
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UOMS/OHSU Library records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The OHSU library was founded in 1893 as part of the University of Oregon Medical Department. In 1919, the library's 4,000 books moved up the hill to what is now Mackenzie Hall. In 1939, the library moved into a new building next door and then relocated again in 1991 with the opening of the Biomedical Information Communication Center (BICC). This collection spans the library's history, with materials produced largely by library employees and committee members.

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