College students--Societies, etc.
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains welcome letters and packets sent to new agronomy graduate students, correspondence, nominations, senate bills, club constitution, a survey conducted of the agronomy graduate program faculty, and photographs.
This collection (1911-2013, undated) contains materials related to the American Society of Agricultural Engineers Student Branch at Iowa State University, including annual reports, photographs, newsletters, and meeting minutes.
The collection (1974-1996) consists of photographs of meetings, demonstrations, and projects, news clippings, and a campus organization registration form.
The Association for Women in Communications, founded at the University of Washington as Theta Sigma Phi in 1909, is an organization of student and professional women in journalism, broadcasting, and media. This collection contains the records of eleven student chapters formed in colleges across Iowa and the United states, between 1910 and 1977.
Auxiliary to the Iowa State University Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association records
This collection contains records and scrapbooks documenting different Auxiliary A.V.M.A. social events, current officers, and meeting throughout its duration at Iowa State University. It also has meeting minutes, records, and agendas for their meetings.
The Cardinal Key Honor Society was established in 1926 to recognize students at Iowa State College (University) who exemplify outstanding leadership, scholarship, character, and service. This collection contains correspondence, reports, nomination forms, rosters, news clippings, and constitution and by-laws. The records include information regarding membership selection process, the tapping ceremony, and Leadership Day.
This collection consists primarily of correspondence with the National Council of Delta Phi Alpha and local chapter members. The records also contain newsletters, constitutions, and certificates.
This collection (1909-1913, undated) contains materials related to the Iowa State chapter of the greek forensic society Delta Sigma Rho. The materials include record books and publications. The record books contain meeting minutes, member lists, and chapter expenses.
This collection contains membership directories, petitions for establishment of chapters, copies of “The Bridge,” initiation, annual reports, a lantern slide, correspondence, projects and other documents.
The collection (1979-1994) contains material related the social and professional activities of the Iowa State University Accounting Club, as well as their financial and registration records.
This collection (1936-1996, undated) contains information from club meetings, lectures sponsored by or related to the club, newspaper clippings, club sponsored field trips, and newsletters. There are group photographs as well as photographs and slides from various field trips. The slides also contain images of different plant life observed on field trips. Most of the slides were created by George Knaphus, a professor of Botany at Iowa State and longtime advisor to the club.
The collection (1921-1982, undated) contains membership lists, newsletters, correspondence, news clippings, and brochures. The records also include several drafts and the notes to the brief history of the club, The Commoners of Iowa State, written in 1979 by Kent Pellet (Iowa State College, 1928), Ed Voss (Denison University, 1950), and Ralph Luebbers (Iowa State College, 1927).
This collection (1948-[ongoing]) contains notebooks of the secretary, meeting minutes, membership information, newsletters, articles, photographs from various activities and functions, reports, memorabilia, certificates, a guestbook, financial records, two scrapbooks, an original Farm Op Crest drawing, a plaque, and slides.
This collection consists of materials related to the Government of the Student Body. Records include news clippings, administrative records, organization recognition and control commission records, supreme court files, and Catt Hall Review committee records.
Iowa State University. Student Organizations - Honorary Fraternities and Recognition Societies records
This collection consists of material related to Honorary Fraternities and Recognition Societies.
This collection consists of materials related to Multicultural student organizations. The majority of these files are news clippings about the organizations or promotional materials, rather than records created by the groups.
This collection consists of materials related to political and social action student organizations at Iowa State University.
This collection consists of materials related to professional and occupational student organizations.
The collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, and membership lists.
This collection (1994-2013) contains Iowa State band history, certificates, and awards.
Multiple scrapbooks from Kappa Kappa Psi including photos and correspondence documenting activities and chapter member events as well as the charter application process are also found in this collection.
Mortar Board was started at Iowa State College in 1914 as a senior honor society for women. The National Mortar Board petition was granted in 1924, and installed in 1925. This collection contains correspondence, newsletter clippings, publications, membership information, photographs, scrapbooks and other files of the Iowa State chapter of Mortar Board.
The collections include materials related to the establishment of the chapter, chapter business materials such as minutes, reports, and by-laws, membership lists, and the chapter charter.
The collection (1925-1984, undated) contains correspondence, membership directories, initiation information, meeting minutes, the constitution, by-laws and amendments, news clippings, announcements, chapter and national reports and proceedings.
This collection (1924-2014, undated) contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, annual reports, surveys, initiation activities, minutes of meetings, election reports, information on the Bent, and roll books.