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Title: E. Mark Bezzant papers
Dates: 1938-2009 (inclusive)
Collection Number: AR 152.5
Summary: This collection consists of materials collected by E. Mark Bezzant. It includes personal papers, professional papers, materials related to campus development, materials related to the history of Utah Valley University, materials related to the Bunnell Pioneer Home, and scrapbooks containing materials about the Wasatch Campus.
Repository: Sutherland Archives at Utah Valley University

Collection Inventory +/-

Box 1, Folder 1-2: E. Mark Bezzant personal papers

Series contains the materials regarding charitable donations by E. Mark Bezzant, as well as research into topics of personal interest to him.

Box 1, Folder 1: Charitable Donations for the Bezzant Family Annual Scholarship Fund

Subseries contains correspondence, memorandums, and receipts concerning E. Mark Bezzant’s contributions to the Bezzant Family Annual Scholarship Fund.

Box 1, Folder 1: Griffin, Gary, outgoing e-mail, concerning contribution by payroll deductions (6 February 2008)
Box 1, Folder 1: Hill, Kathleen, outgoing e-mail, forwarded reply to Gary Griffin about contributions by payroll deductions and further instructions for Kathleen Hill (6 February 2008)

Kathleen Hill was E. Mark Bezzant’s secretary.

Box 1, Folder 1: Capell, Sandra, Gary Griffin, and Nancy Smith, outgoing e-mail with attached copy of letter about contributions to the Alpine District Foundation (6 February 2008)

The attached letter is from E. Mark Bezzant to Tim Eisenhart, dated February 6, 2008.

Box 1, Folder 1: Hill, Kathleen, outgoing e-mail, instructions (7 February 2008)
Box 1, Folder 1: The Bezzant Family Annual Scholarship Fund Memorandum of Understanding and Provisions, signed by E. Mark Bezzant (8 February 2008)
Box 1, Folder 1: Eisenhart, Tim, outgoing letter, instructions concerning the distribution of funds (18 August 2008)

Tim Eisenhart was the Alpine School District Foundation Director.

Box 1, Folder 1: Eisenhart, Tim R., incoming letter/receipt (30 September 2008)
Box 1, Folder 1: Eisenhart, Tim, outgoing letter, instructions concerning the distribution of funds (3 October 2008)
Box 1, Folder 1: Report prepared for E. Mark Bezzant concerning donations per pay period (circa 2008)
Box 1, Folder 1: Capell, Sandy, outgoing e-mail, instructions concerning contributions (23 March 2009)
Box 1, Folder 1: Eisenhart, Tim R., incoming letter/receipt (February 2, 2008)

Original envelope is also available.

Box 1, Folder 1: Receipt from the Alpine Foundation concerning donations (28 February 2009)

Original envelope is also available.

Box 1, Folder 1: Notes containing monetary amounts for donations (undated)
Box 1, Folder 2: Tinsley Dry Goods and Lincoln-Herndon Law Office, Springfield, Illinois

Subseries includes correspondence, research, and information gathered from the internet concerning the Tinsley Dry Goods and Lincoln-Herndon Law Office.

Box 1, Folder 2: E-mail from Dana Homann to Kathleen Hill, provides requested information about Tinsley Dry Goods (1 February 2007)
Box 1, Folder 2: Printout of http://www.tinsley drygoods.com/ about Tinsley Dry Goods (1 February 2007)
Box 1, Folder 2: “Tinsley Tale Emerges, Dry goods store re-creation unveils facts,” by Pete Sherman (7 August 2006)
Box 1, Folder 2: “Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site,” brief history of the law office (undated)
Box 1, Folder 2: Article concerning the Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices (undated)

Appears to be printed off the internet.

Box 2-4, Box 1, Folder 3-9: E. Mark Bezzant Professional Papers

Series includes those papers involved with his professional life, specifically: correspondence, research (namely into the life of Ernest H. Dean), and partnerships or committees E. Mark Bezzant was involved with.

Box 1, Folder 3: Correspondence

Subseries includes e-mails of various topics including school history, Commencement 2006, Letter to the Editor, request for personal information about specific people, scheduling lunch meetings, and thank you notes.

Box 1, Folder 3: Sederburg, William, incoming e-mail, reply to E. Mark Bezzant’s e-mail concerning his efforts in gathering information about the school’s history (15 September 2003)

Contains E. Mark Bezzant’s original e-mail to President Sederburg.

Box 1, Folder 3: Jared, Sumsion, outgoing e-mail, Commencement 2006 (21 April 2006)
Box 1, Folder 3: King, Christy A., incoming e-mail, address for Libby King (6 August 2007)
Box 1, Folder 3: Hadley, Laurie M., incoming e-mail, list of children's names and address (6 August 2007)
Box 1, Folder 3: Editor of Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News, outgoing letter, RE: Letter to the Editor (2 October 2007)
Box 1, Folder 3: Farnsworth, Briant, Incoming e-mail, planning a luncheon (2 February 2008)
Box 1, Folder 3: Merrill, Carolyn, incoming e-mail, thank you note (28 February 2008)
Box 1, Folder 4: Books

Subseries contains books and pamphlets of professional interest to E. Mark Bezzant.

Box 1, Volume 1: Campus Use of the Teaching Portfolio: Twenty-Five Profiles, by the American Association for Higher Education, edited by Erin Anderson (1993)
Box 1, Folder 4: Mentor Topic Templates and Activities, by Dr. Bruce Jackson, produced for the Center for the Advancement of Leadership (undated)
Box 1, Folder 5: Research for History of Education in Utah

Subseries includes information photocopied from various sources about the history of education in Utah for a book E. Mark Bezzant planned to write.

Box 1, Folder 5: Research for history of education in Utah, copied from various sources, authors unknown (undated)
Box 4, Folder 29-34, Box 1, Folder 6-9, Box 2-3: Ernest H. Dean Research Project

subseries contains correspondence between Ernest H. Dean and various people as well as correspondence between E. Mark Bezzant and Millicent Penovich (daughter of Ernest H. Dean). Published works of Ernest H. Dean are also included, which consists of research done for his Master's and Doctorate Degree. Papers, programs, letters and press releases are available concerning Ernest H. Dean's time as Research Director of UTC, as well as the studies and recommendations presented during his time in that position. Election materials are available from Ernest H. Dean's campaigns for House of Representatives, Senate, as well as his gubernatorial campaign. Senate Bills and House of Representatives Bills are available which concern vocational education and also directly involved Senator Dean. In addition, this sub-series includes speeches, activities, and press releases during Ernest H. Dean's time in the House of Representatives and Senate. Materials, such as letters and press releases, concerning him as the President of the Mental Retardation Association of America (MRAA) are contained as well. Also contained are books and reports on education and vocational educations with regards to Ernest H. Dean's work in the field. Photographs, biographical information, work experience, and honors, such as resumes and awards, are included as well. Lastly, funeral information is included, such as obituaries, press release, and funeral talks.

subseries: Ernest H. Dean Correspondence
Box 1, Folder 6: Sorensen, Wilson W., outgoing (4 February 1974)

Photocopy, not original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Sorensen, Wilson W., incoming (6 February 1974)
Box 1, Folder 6: Spencer, Betty G, incoming (15 August 1974)

Photocopy, not original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Harrison, James D., outgoing (26 October 1974)
Box 1, Folder 6: Sorensen, Wilson W., incoming (8 June 1976)

Photocopy, not original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Talbot, Walter D., outgoing (10 November 1976)

Walter D. Talbot was the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Photocopy, not the original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Talbot, Walter, outgoing (23 December 1976)
Box 1, Folder 6: Sorensen, Wilson W., incoming (13 June 1977)

Photocopy, not original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Talbot, Walter D., incoming (29 September 1977)
Box 1, Folder 6: Sorensen, Wilson W., incoming (25 May 1978)

Photocopy, not original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Matheson, Scott M., incoming (8 January 1980)

Scott M. Matheson was the governor of Utah.

Box 1, Folder 6: Martin, Dee D., incoming (7 April 1980)
Box 1, Folder 6: Bishop, Rob W., outgoing (22 January 1993)

Rob W. Bishop was the Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives. Photocopy, not original.

Box 1, Folder 6: Outgoing, intended audience is unknown (undated)

Additional papers are supposed to be included but they are missing.

Box 1, Folder 6: Letters from Millicent Penovich (daughter of Ernest H. Dean) to E. Mark Bezzant (undated)

4 original envelopes available.

subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Published Works
Box 1, Folder 7-8: “A Comparative Study of Trade and Industrial Education in Utah and Other States,” by Ernest H. Dean, A Field Project submitted to the Department of Educational Administration at Brigham Young University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Master of Education (April 1957)

The Study is stored in two folders.

Box 1: “A Study of Vocational Education as a Factor in Selecting a Community for a Manufacturing Plant Site,” by Ernest H. Dean, dissertation submitted to the faculty of the University of Utah in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education (June 1968)

Bound in hardback.

Box 1, Folder 9: “Leave the Lights on for M.R.,” by Ernest H. Dean, paper presented to the National Developmental Disabilities Conference in Washington, D.C. (November 1972)
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Head of Research, Program Planning
Box 2, Folder 10: Written agreement between the Utah State Board for Vocational Education and the Utah Technical College at Provo, by Walter D. Talbot (July 1, 1971)

Walter D. Talbot was the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Box 2, Folder 10: Packet for the U.S. Office of Education concerning acceptance of a grant for research funds under OMB 29-R0218 (1976)
Box 2, Folder 10: Purpose of Senate Bill 234 (circa May 1967)
Box 2, Folder 10: “How I expect a major in Educational Administration and a minor in Guidance to aid me in Vocational Education,” essay (undated)
Box 2, Folder 10: Minutes, Advisory Committee on Environmental Control Technology (14 October 1971)
Box 2, Folder 10: “Utah Technical College at Provo,” summary of Utah Technical College at Provo (21 March 1977)
Box 2, Folder 10: Letter about the progress of the school and about Ernest H. Dean, written by Mable Olsen (undated)

Written in her handwriting but photocopied, not original. Contains 2 sticky notes with Mable Olsen's contact information and information about scholarship from the Utah Valley Home Builders.

Box 2, Folder 10: Program, Employee-Employer Relations Annual Institute (28 April 1955)
Box 2, Folder 10: Program, Open House at Central Utah Vocational School

September 9 through September 14, year unknown

Box 2, Folder 10: Program, Utah Pipe Trades Educational Program Completion Ceremony and Purdue Contest Awards (19 May 1962)
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Studies and Recommendations as Research Director
Box 2, Folder 11: Studies, Surveys, and Recommendations Dr. Ernest H. Dean was involved with (2 June 1969)

The first three pages are missing.

Box 2, Folder 11: “Studies in Progress or Completed in 1970,” Research Department, UTCP (1970)
Box 2, Folder 11: “Studies Made Since 1959,” from Ernest H. Dean addressed to President Sorensen (April 5, 1977)
Box 2, Folder 11: Notes on follow-up studies concerning students attending day time classes between the years 1960-1972 (circa 1972)
Box 2, Folder 11: “A Comparative Study of Two Follow-Up Studies of Students Formerly enrolled in the Building Construction Program at Utah Technical College at Provo 1959-1966 Compared to 1967-1972,” by Ernest H. Dean (circa 1972)
Box 2, Folder 11: “A Follow-Up Study of Students Formerly Enrolled in the Dental Assistant Program at Utah Technical College at Provo 1962-67 Compared to 1968-72,” by Ernest H. Dean (circa 1972)
Box 2, Folder 11: “A Follow-Up Study of Students Formerly Enrolled in the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Program at Utah Technical College at Provo 1959 through 1966 Compared to 1967 through 1972,” by Ernest H. Dean (circa 1972)
Box 2, Folder 12: Research Proposal for, “An Evaluation of the Rehabilitative Programs Operating at the Utah State Prison,” by Ernest H. Dean.
Box 2, Folder 13-15: “A study to determine the effectiveness of Utah's public supported Vocational-Technical Education program in meeting the training needs of business and industry, with special emphasis on programs designed to upgrade the skills of the existing work force,” by Ernest H. Dean (15 March 1966)

The study is stored in three folders.

Box 2, Folder 16: “Recommendations for the improvement of Utah's post-high school vocational technical education program with special emphasis placed upon improving the functional role of Utah's two trade-technical institutes and the vocational-technical education role of the junior,” by Ernest H. Dean (May 1966)
Box 2, Folder 17-18: “A Comparison of the Emphasis Being Placed Upon General Education and Trade Technical Education at Utah Technical College at Provo 1973-1976,” by Ernest H. Dean (June 15, 1976)

The comparison is stored in two folders.

subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Head of Research, Program Planning, Press Releases
Box 2, Folder 19: “Ernest H. Dean To Serve on State Committee,” and “State Names Apprentice Program Chief,” newspaper articles

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 2, Folder 19: “Ernest H. Dean Named to Extended Assignment for Industrial Development,” The American Fork Citizen, August 21, 1969, and “Ernest H. Dean Receives Duty in Vocation-Technical Field,” newspaper article

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 2, Folder 19: “Home buyers school to be held at Utah Tech,” newspaper article (21 October 1987)
Box 2, Folder 19: “Kennedy Gets Vocation Aid Bill,” by Susanna McBee
Box 2, Folder 19: “Labor, Management Ready for Institute,” The Daily Herald, April 28, 1954, and “Vocational Leaders Open Meeting Here,” by John Eyres

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 2, Folder 19: “Local Businessman Interviews Ernest H. Dean,” newspaper article (9 October 1958)
Box 2, Folder 19: “Open CU Vocational School Shops to idle Children in Summer, Suggests Provoan,” newspaper article

Original version and photocopy as well. Photocopy has handwriting from Dean's daughter.

Box 2, Folder 19: “Report Made on Vocational Program,” newspaper article
Box 2, Folder 19: “Utah Should Raise Educational Sights,” newspaper article

Original Printing.

Box 2, Folder 19: “Utah Technical Honors 5 Retirees,” newspaper article
Box 2, Folder 19: “Utah Trade Tech Receives Grant for Industrial Research,” newspaper article, no date given, “Ernest H. Dean Receives Duty in Vocation-Technical Field,” newspaper article, no date given and “Am. Fork Man Heads Important Conference,” The Daily Herald (8 November 1968)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 2, Folder 19: Picture of Ernest H. Dean as the Majority Leader (1959)
Box 2, Folder 19: “Vocational School Considers Summer Activity,” newspaper article
Box 2, Folder 19: “Vocational School’s First Annual Institute for Employer-Employee Relations Opens Thursday,” newspaper article
Box 2, Folder 19: “Vocational School Open House This Week,” headline, The Daily Herald (7 September 1954)

Articles included are: “New Building, Equipment Ready for Public Display,” “Central Utah Vocational School Offers Training in Three Main Field—Trade and Industry, Business and Technical Education,” “Complete Course In Carpentry Offered at School,” and “22-Man Advisory Committee Serves School,”

Box 2, Folder 19: The Daily Herald (7 September 1954)

The articles of significance to Ernest H. Dean and the school are “Vocational School Was War Baby, But Grew Into Permanent Institution,” “Engineering Aids Class To Be Given This Year,” “Trade Exploratory Helps Student Select His Vocation,” “Diesel Course Stresses Precision,” “Both Night, Day Classes Are Offered,” and “Job Training for Women Stressed at Vocational School.”

subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Election Materials
Box 2, Folder 20: Campaign handout, running for the Utah State House of Representative
Box 2, Folder 20: Campaign handout, running for the Utah State House of Representatives

Seems to be a later copy than the first one.

Box 2, Folder 20: “Ernest H. Dean democratic candidate for State Senate,” campaign handout for State Senate
Box 2, Folder 20: “10 Reasons Why American Fork, Alpine and Highland Residents Support Senator Dean,” campaign handout for State Senate
Box 2, Folder 20: “More than a promise…Performance. Ernest H. Dean,” campaign handout for State Senate
Box 2, Folder 20: Letter to voters from Ernest H. Dean, State Senate campaign
Box 2, Folder 20: Letter to voters from Governor Scott Matheson concerning Ernest H. Dean, State Senate campaign
Box 2, Folder 20: “Brighten Your Future! Put a Senator Back in the Senate…Elect Ernest H. Dean, Your State Senator,” campaign handout for State Senate campaign
Box 2, Folder 20: Press release campaign material concerning Ernest H. Dean's bid for State Senate
Box 2, Folder 20: Press release campaign material concerning Ernest H. Dean's bid for State Senate
Box 2, Folder 20: “Ernest H. Dean. Democratic Candidate for Governor,” letter to Teacher Delegate
Box 2, Folder 20: Letter to Utah Teacher of Speech from Alonzo J. Morley concerning Ernest H. Dean's Gubernatorial bid (July 20, 1964)
Box 2, Folder 20: Campaign handout, gubernatorial race (circa 1964)
Box 2, Folder 20: “The Man for the People! Dean for Governor,” campaign handout for gubernatorial bid (circa 1964)
Box 2, Folder 20: Campaign handout, Ernest H. Dean's qualifications

Unknown which election this was used for.

subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Senate and House of Representatives, Senate Bills and House Bills
Box 2, Folder 21: Senate Bill No. 234, Trade Technical Institutes (1967)
Box 2, Folder 21: Consideration of Senate Bill 234 (27 February 1967)
Box 2, Folder 21: Senate Bill 234, House of Representatives Calendar (7 March 1967)
Box 2, Folder 21: Senate Bill No. 8, The Rehabilitation Act (1977)
Box 2, Folder 21: Senate Bill No. 96, Education in Technical Colleges (1977)
Box 2, Folder 21: House Bill No. 63 (circa 1963)
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Senate and House of Representatives, Speeches and Activities
Box 3, Folder 22: Presidential Vocational Committee Submits Summary Report, reprinted from the March 1963, issue of the United Association Journal. (March 1963)
Box 3, Folder 22: Ernest H. Dean's speech as Speaker of the House of Representatives (circa 1961)

First page is missing.

Box 3, Folder 22: “The Role of General Education in the Curriculum of UTC/P: Friend or Foe (Ernie Dean),” by Senator Ernest H. Dean
Box 3, Folder 22: Present Assignments for Ernest H. Dean (November 1969)
Box 3, Folder 22: Ernest H. Dean's speech after being appointed the Speaker of the Senate (circa 1975)
Box 3, Folder 22: The Utah Senate Pamphlet, 41st Session (1975)

Ernest H. Dean was the President of the Senate.

Box 3, Folder 22: Minutes, Higher Education Senate Committee (11 January 1977)
Box 3, Folder 22: Testimony of Superintendent Walter Talbot from the meeting of the Higher Education Interim Committee, (21 September 1977)
Box 3, Folder 22: Intended legislative action for Ernest H. Dean
Box 3, Folder 22: “The First Thirty Years,” by Jay L. Nelson. Selection from the book concerning Ernest H. Dean

The first page has a note from Dean's daughter, Millicent, to E. Mark Bezzant.

subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Senate and House of Representatives, Press Releases
Box 3, Folder 23: “10 Reasons Why Orem Residents Support…Senator Dean,” campaign ad in newspaper
Box 3, Folder 23: “150 Vocational Education Teachers Attend State UVA Session in Provo,” newspaper article

Writing on copy by Dean's daughter.

Box 3, Folder 23: “A Dream Reaching Reality,” Tradewinds (18 April 1973)

The full newspaper is kept with all other copies of Tradewinds.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Construction Underway at T. S.,” American Fork Citizen (20 November 1975)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Dean Gets Career Group Appointment,” The Daily Herald (21 April 1978)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Ernest H. Dean Reports,” Pleasant Grove Review (3 November 1960)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Ernest H. Dean From Senator to Citizen,” newspaper article
Box 3, Folder 23: “Ernest H. Dean, Local Resident, Seeks Nomination for Governor,” newspaper article
Box 3, Folder 23: “Name Change for Trade Tech,” The Daily Herald (20 February 1967)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Rampton Signs Group Homes Bill for State Training School,” newspaper article
Box 3, Folder 23: “Senator Ernest H. Dean To Seek Re-election,” newspaper article
Box 3, Folder 23: “Senator Isn't Leaving Merely Changing Hats,” newspaper article (25 December 1978)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Senator Moss Recommends Dean for Post,” The Daily Herald, June 29, 1961, “White House names Am. Fork Citizen to National Panel,” Newspaper article, no date given, “White House Names Am. Fork citizen to national Panel, no date given, and a newspaper article concerning Ernest H. Deans stance on political and local issues

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Social Welfare Conference To Discuss School Drop-Out,” newspaper article, and a campaign ad in a newspaper

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “State Sen. Dean Gets National Committee Post,” The Daily Herald, “Ernest H. Dean Named to Extended Assignment for Industrial Development,” The American Fork Citizen, and a campaign ad in a newspaper (28 January 1968-21 August 1969)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Trade Institute to Graduate 225,” newspaper article

Original printing.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Senator Dean Reports,” The American Fork Citizen, “Utah Legislative Council Adopts Report on Revision of School Aid,” by Douglas L. Parker. The Salt Lake Tribune, “Dr. Ernest H. Dean Given Expanded Post at UTC,” Newspaper article (19 October 1972-17 December 1968)

NOTE: Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Up Technical Prestige, Grads Told,” Deseret News and Telegram (26 May 1961)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Veteran Utah Legislator makes bid For Governor on Demo ticket; Was Speaker of House during ’61,” Uintah Basin Standard, “Senator Ernest H. Dean Re-Appointed to Federal-States Relation Committee,” Newspaper article, and “Veteran Legislator Sees 4 Major Problems,” The Daily Herald (20 February 1964-31 December 1968)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Veteran Legislator Files For State Senate,” The Daily Herald, , and “Ernest H. Dean, Former House Speaker Files For State Senate,” The American Fork Citizen (10 May 1966-12 May 1966)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Vocational Training Report Ready for Pres. Kennedy,” newspaper article, no date given, and a newspaper article concerning Ernest H. Dean being named to the National Panel of consultants on Vocational Education

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 23: “Two Utah County Legislators Receive High Ratings by Utah Legislators,” press release
Box 3, Folder 23: Press release concerning Ernest H. Dean's decision to seek the Democratic nomination for governor (16 February 1964)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Ernest H. Dean Democratic Candidate for Governor,” press release (15 July 1964)
Box 3, Folder 23: “Senator Ernest H. Dean Receives Appointment,” press release (18 April 1978)
Box 3, Folder 23: Newspaper article about Ernest H. Dean's accomplishments, The Daily Herald
Box 3, Folder 23: Newspaper article about Ernest H. Dean's accomplishments
Box 3, Folder 23: Newspaper article about Ernest H. Dean
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, President of the Mental Retardation Association of America (MRAA)
Box 3, Folder 24: “Aid Handicapped Child, Parents’ Speaker Urges,” The Tribune (25 November 1968)
Box 3, Folder 24: “County Mental Health Group Names Officers,” newspaper article
Box 3, Folder 24: “Group wants to build 9 homes for retarded,” Deseret News, November 28, 1985, and, “Solon Vows Aid for Handicaps,” by Hal Knight, Deseret News

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 24: “Former Legislator Honored for Work with Learning Park for Handicapped,” newspaper article (July 1985)
Box 3, Folder 24: “MRAA Members Set Priorities,” MRAA: News of the Mental Retardation Association of America
Box 3, Folder 24: The Utah Beeline. Volume IV Number 8 (September 1975)

This is not the whole newsletter. The articles available are “MRAA Meets to Discuss Needs of America’s Retarded,” (missing the end of the article) “Luncheon a Highlight of Conference,” and “A Glance at the Legislature,”

Box 3, Folder 24: “Retirement takes a back seat to ‘Ernie’ Dean's helping hand,” Provo Herald (18 September 1988)
Box 3, Folder 24: “State Help Sought in Mental Health Program,” by Joan Geyer, no date given, and “State Legislators Tour A.F. Training School,” by Joan Geyer

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 24: “Speaker Encourages Aid to Utah's Handicapped,” The Tribune, “Ernest H. Dean Files for Re-election,” newspaper article, a partial newspaper article about Ernest H. Dean as a gubernatorial candidate, no date given, and a partial newspaper article about Ernest H. Dean being appointed to the State and Federal Affair Committee (25 May 1970)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 24: “Training School Park Dedicated,” by Ann Shields
Box 3, Folder 24: “Utah County Group Seeks State Help in Mental Health Problems,” The Daily Herald (10 October 1962)

The beginning of the article is missing. Also, a newspaper article about Ernest H. Dean as the Speaker of the House, by Ted Himstreet is photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 3, Folder 24: Newspaper photo of Ernest H. Dean with Jimmie May, the State Poster Child
Box 3, Folder 24: Loveridge, Della L., incoming letter (30 October 1970)

Della L. Loveridge was the Chairman of Subcommittee #4 for the Deaf and Blind.

Box 3, Folder 24: Slater, Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin, outgoing letter (4 February 1974)
Box 3, Folder 24: Sagers, Paul, outgoing letter (5 February 1974)

Paul Sagers was the Superintendent of Utah State Training School.

Box 3, Folder 24: Ford, Gerald, outgoing letter (17 June 1976)

Gerald Ford was President of the United States at this time.

Box 3, Folder 24: Carter, James E., outgoing letter (30 December 1976)

James E. Carter was President of the United States at this time.

Box 3, Folder 24: Letter to Persons involved with the training school, outgoing letter
Box 3, Folder 24: Letter to the Parents and Friends of the mentally retarded, outgoing letter
Box 3, Folder 24: Policy Position of the Intergovernmental Relations Committee of the National Legislative Conference

Handwritten notes on bottom of the paper.

Box 3, Folder 24: Minutes (continued) (3 February 1975)
Box 3, Folder 24: Minutes of the Advisory Committee for the Recreation Park (14 October 1975)
Box 3, Folder 24: Copied handwritten paper about the MRAA and the Senate
Box 3, Folder 24: Interview with Ernest H. Dean about his work with the mentally handicapped

Starts on page 13, all previous papers are missing.

Box 3, Folder 24: “Mental Retardation Association of America, Inc.” paper about the MRRA
Box 3, Folder 24: “Senator Dean Seeks Re-Election,” seems to be a press release
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Books and Reports on Education and Vocational Education
Box 3: Education: For a Changing World of Work, Report of the Panel of Consultants on Vocation Education, Panel held October 1961 through November 1962 (1963)

Dean was a member of the Panel of Consultants under President Kennedy.

Box 3: Education: For a Changing World of Work, Summary Report of the Panel of Consultants on Vocation Education requested by The President of the United States (circa 1961)
Box 3: Education: For a Changing World of Work, Appendix II, Manpower in Farming and Related Occupations, by C.E. Bishop and G.S. Tolley (1963)
Box 3: Development of Federal Legislation for Vocational Education, by Layton S. Hawkins, Charles A. Prosser, and John C. Wright, compiled by J. Chester Swanson (1962)
Box 3, Folder 25: “Vocational Education Study Commission Report, 1979,” prepared by the Governor's Blue-Ribbon Vocational Education Study Commission (1979)
Box 3-4, Folder 26-29: “Vocational Education Study Commission Final Report,” Prepared by the Governors Blue-Ribbon Vocational Education Study Commission. (1979)

Folder 26 has 49 pgs, Folder 27 has 37 pgs, Folder 28 has 40 pgs, and Folder 29 has 47 pgs. Folder 29 is in Box 4.

Box 4, Folder 30: “Career Education: A Tool for Meeting the Needs of Special Populations,” Report No. 129, Education Commission of the States (March 1980)

Warren G. Hill was the Executive Director of the Education Commission of the States.

Box 4, Folder 31: “Oil and Gas Task Force Report on Education and Training,” Draft Copy,. (15 January 1979-17 January 1979)
Box 4, Folder 31: “Education and Work: The 80s and Beyond,” A Proposal to Establish A Forum on Education and Work, by the Education Commission of the States
Box 4, Folder 31: “Note on Philosophy of Trade and Industrial Education,” for the use of the National Advisory Committee Study
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Photographs
Box 4, Folder 32: Black and white photograph of Ernest H. Dean with Research Director of Salt Lake Technical College
Box 4, Folder 32: Black and white photograph of Ernest H. Dean with two men in auto mechanics classroom
Box 4, Folder 32: Colored photograph of Senator Ernest H. Dean with Student Body Officers of Utah Technical College at Provo
Box 4, Folder 32: Black and white photographs of Senator Dean with Utah Technical College at Provo electronics students,
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Biographical Information, Work Experience, and Honors
Box 4, Folder 33: “Biographical Highlights of Ernest H. Dean,”
Box 4, Folder 33: Community biography sheet about Ernest H. Dean
Box 4, Folder 33: Presentation of the Merit of Honor Award to Ernest H. Dean, presented by the University of Utah Alumni Association,
Box 4, Folder 33: “Educators honor Dean,” newspaper article, and “Educators Honor Ernest H. Dean,” newspaper article (17 February 1983)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 4, Folder 33: Program for the Beta Omicron Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa Utah Educator of the Year Award, present to Ernest H. Dean. (1972)
Box 4, Folder 33: Questionnaire, Emeritus Club Merit of Honor Award Nominee, University of Utah Alumni Association
Box 4, Folder 33: Resume for Ernest H. Dean
Box 4, Folder 33: “Experience and Qualifications of Ernest H. Dean,”
Box 4, Folder 33: “Experience and Qualifications of Ernest H. Dean”
Box 4, Folder 33: List of duties at UTC/P for Ernest H. Dean
Box 4, Folder 33: Biographical sketch written by Ernest H. Dean

Seems that pages are missing. It is a copy, not the original.

Box 4, Folder 33: VITA, Ernest H. Dean

Another version of VITA is at the end of his dissertation.

Box 4, Folder 33: VITA, Ernest H. Dean
Box 4, Folder 33: Work experience of Ernest H. Dean
Box 4, Folder 33: Biographical Information about Ernest H. Dean concerning Utah Technical College at Provo, written by E. Mark Bezzant
subseries: Ernest H. Dean, Funeral
Box 4, Folder 34: Obituary for Ernest H. Dean, The Daily Herald (12 February 2003)

Original newspaper clipping.

Box 4, Folder 34: Obituary, “Ernest H. Dean Former State Senator”
Box 4, Folder 34: “Ernest H. Dean dies,” New Utah American Fork Citizen (13 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: “Former Utah Lawmaker dies at 88,” by Tammy McPherson, The Daily Herald (12 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: “Ernest H. Dean, Longtime Lawmaker,” by Mark Eddington, The Salt Lake Tribune (circa 12 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: “Ex-state senator Ernest H. Dean dies,” Deseret News (12-13 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: Funeral program (15 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: Funeral address, by Millicent Dean Penovich (15 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: Funeral talk, Beverly White (15 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: “Life Sketch,” Janice Dean Mayne (15 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: Funeral talk, Connie Ann Dean Haws (15 February 2003)
Box 4, Folder 34: Black and white photograph of Ernest H. Dean
Box 4, Folder 35-41: High School Partnership and Recruitment

Subseries includes general information such as Sterling Scholar Awards, GEAR UP contact information, research into different school districts in the area, and enrollment history of UVSC. Also contained is information, meetings, and minutes for the K-16 Alliance, for which E. Mark Bezzant was member a committee member. Superintendents meetings, agendas, and contact information are available. Also included are test scores for the Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT) and the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills for surrounding school districts.

subseries: General
Box 4, Folder 35: “Sterling Scholar Awards Financial Assistance” (2007-2008)
Box 4, Folder 35: “Sterling Scholars of Central Utah Awards,” Handbook for Nominees, Coordinators, Principals and Judges (2008)
Box 4, Folder 35: “School of Technology & Computing” (20 February 2008)

Lists the degrees currently in the Approval Queue, Facility changes, UVSC/MATC Partnership Model, Program audits, and Organization.

Box 4, Folder 35: List of updates concerning leadership

The leadership updates include the Briant Farnsworth for the School of Education, Bruce Jackson for the Center of Advancement of Leadership, Jack Christensen for the Center for Engaged Learning, Lori Palmer for Concurrent Enrollment, Ernie Carey for the School of Technology & Computing, and Laurie Hadley for the State-wide GEAR UP Program.

Box 4, Folder 35: “Center for the Advancement of Leadership Summary & Updates”
Box 4, Folder 35: “Utah Valley University—School of Education plans to offer the degree: Master of Education,” Gives background of the School of Education and Program Elements

It states that the Master of Education degree is anticipated to begin Fall 2008.

Box 4, Folder 35: “Bachelor° 56 Degrees and Rising,” list of Bachelor degrees offered
Box 4, Folder 35: “Area High School Principals”
Box 4, Folder 35: “Superintendent Chosen,” from http://www.parkcity.K12.ut.us/ (22 May 2007)

The man chosen to be the Superintendent for Park City School District was Dr. Ray Timothy.

Box 4, Folder 35: Focus on the Park City Schools, newsletter (August 2007)
Box 4, Folder 35: List of students at Pleasant Grove High School interested in teaching ESL, photocopy of handwritten list
Box 4, Folder 35: “Enrollment History,” Source: Utah Valley State College, Office of Institutional Research and Management Studies (1992-1996)
Box 4, Folder 35: “Enrollment History,” Source: Utah Valley State College, Office of Institutional Research and Management Studies (1994-1998)
Box 4, Folder 35: “Student Growth,”

Shows the headcount for each year there was a name change for the school.

Box 4, Folder 35: “Utah, Summit, and Wasatch County 2007 High School Graduates who Enrolled at UVSC” (29 January 2008)
Box 4, Folder 35: “Fall 2007 UVSC Student Grouped by High School of Origin,” from official third week data for Fall 2007 (23 April 2008)
Box 4, Folder 35: “Number of 2007 High School Graduates from Summit, Utah, and Wasatch Counties who Attended UVSC in Fall 2007,” prepared by Abigail Ure (10 April 2008)
Box 4, Folder 35: “Concurrent Enrollment Program updates” (2008)
Box 4, Folder 35: “GEAR UP Educational Program,” overview of the program
Box 4, Folder 35: “Utah's Statewide GEAR UP Education Program Contact List”
Box 4, Folder 35: “GEAR UP Contact List”
Box 4, Folder 35: “History of State Appropriations Per FTE (Full-time equivalent),” Source: Utah Valley State College Budget Office (1995-1996)
subseries: K-16 Alliance
Box 4, Folder 36: Memo from E. Mark Bezzant to President William A. Sederburg, content concerning K-12 Educational Advisory council (K-16 Alliance) (15 July 2007)

NOTE: Contains an Attachment “A” which is entitled “Regional Focus”

Box 4, Folder 36: “Building a K-16 Alliance,” PowerPoint Presentation hard copy (22 October 2007)
Box 4, Folder 36: “K-16 Alliance Summary,” Memorandum from David L. Buhler to the State Board of Regents (10 January 2008)
Box 4, Folder 36: Letter from David Buhler and Patti Harrington to E. Mark Bezzant, content concerning K-16 Alliance (25 April 2008)

David Buhler was the Interim commissioner of the Utah System of Higher Education and Patti Harrington was the Superintendent of Schools for the Utah System of Education.

Box 4, Folder 36: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to Commissioner Buhler and Superintendent Harrington, content concerning E. Mark Bezzant accepting an invitation to serve as the co-chair of the K-16 Minority and Disadvantaged Committee (16 May 2008)
Box 4, Folder 36: “UVU K-16 Alliance Organizational Structure”
Box 4, Folder 36: Diagram of K-16 Alliance Oversight Committee, Board Co-Chairs, and Subcommittees
subseries: K-16 Alliance Meetings and Minutes
Box 4, Folder 37: Agenda, UVU K-16 Alliance Meeting (23 April 2008)
Box 4, Folder 37: Guest List for UVU K-16 Alliance Luncheon/Meeting (23 April 2008)
Box 4, Folder 37: Minutes, UVU K-16 Meeting (23 April 2008)
Box 4, Folder 37: Minutes, UVU K-16 Alliance Meeting (23 June 2008)
Box 4, Folder 37: Minutes, UVU K-16 Alliance Meeting (25 August 2008)
Box 4, Folder 37: Agenda, UVU K-16 Alliance Meeting (14 October 2008)
Box 4, Folder 37: Minutes, UVU K-16 Alliance Meeting (14 October 2008)
subseries: Superintendents Meetings
Box 4, Folder 38: List of possible dates for a breakfast with the Superintendents (circa October 2007)

Also includes names and contact information for the superintendents of Alpine, Nebo, Park City, Provo, North Summit, South Summit, and Wasatch School Districts.

Box 4, Folder 38: Breakfast with the Superintendents Meeting Agenda (22 October 2007)
Box 4, Folder 38: Contact List (circa 22 October 2007)

Includes contact information for superintendents as well as President Sederburg, Vice President Hitch, E. Mark Bezzant, and Dr. Farnsworth.

Box 4, Folder 38: “Superintendents Breakfast Meeting,” PowerPoint Presentation hard copy (22 October 2007)
subseries: Utah Schools Test Scores
Box 4, Folder 39: USOE District Criterion-Referenced Test (CRT) Results (2004-2006)

Results from Alpine, Nebo, North Summit, Park City, Provo, South Summit, and Wasatch School Districts.

Box 4, Folder 39: Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT), detailed results, Class of 2007.
Box 4, Folder 39: Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT), detailed results, Class of 2008.
Box 4, Folder 39: Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT), detailed results, Class of 2009.
Box 4, Folder 39: Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT), Results by subject and detail of individual tests passed, Class of 2007.
Box 4, Folder 39: Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT), Results by subject and detail of individual tests passed, Class of 2008.
Box 4, Folder 39: Utah Basic Skills Competency Test (UBSCT), Results by subject and detail of individual tests passed, Class of 2009.
Box 4, Folder 39: February 2004 Administration, Class of 2006. (February 2004)
Box 4, Folder 39: February 2005 Administration, Class of 2006. (February 2005)
Box 4, Folder 39: February 2006 Administration, Class of 2006. (February 2006)
Box 4, Folder 39: October 2004 Administration, Class of 2006. (October 2004)
Box 4, Folder 39: October 2005 Administration, Class of 2006. (October 2005)
subseries: Iowa Tests of Basic Skills—Utah Results
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Alpine District, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)

Sticky note with a note to President from E. Mark Bezzant.

Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, American Fork High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, East Shore High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Lehi High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Lone Peak High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Mountain View High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Orem High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year.
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Pleasant Grove High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Timpanogos High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Nebo District, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Payson High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Springville High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Young Parents High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, North Summit High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Park City District, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Park City High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Provo District, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Independence High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Provo High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Timpview High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, South Summit District, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, South Summit High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Wasatch District, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: Iowa Test Score Summary by District and School, Wasatch High School, National Percentile Rank, 2007 school year. (circa 2007)
Box 4, Folder 40: “Report of State Level Scores on the Iowa Tests,” Utah State Office of Education. Tests administered in Autumn 2006. (circa 2007)
subseries: P-16 Education
Box 4, Folder 41: “P-16 Education: Where Are We Going? Where Have We Been?” by Molly Chamberlin and Jonathan Plucker, Phi Delta Kappan, (March 2008)
Box 4, Folder 41: “Implications of P-16 for Teacher Education,” by Walter J. Harris, Robert A. Cobb, Anne E. Pooler, and Constance M. Perry, Phi Delta Kappan, (1 March 2008)
Box 15, Folder 151-157, Box 5-14: Campus Development

Series includes plans, agendas, minutes, outcomes assessments, proposals, and press releases that trace the campus and school developments through the years up to the level of university status.

Box 5, Folder 42-46: Master Plans (1982-2001)

Subseries includes papers and memorandum concerning various master planning issues for Utah's technical colleges as well as for Utah Higher Education. Also contains maps giving a visual for a five year master plan for the school.

Box 4, Folder 42: “Position Paper on Utah's Technical Colleges,” Utah State Advisory Council for Vocational and Technical Education, (22 November 1982)
Box 4, Folder 42: “State Vocational Advisory Council Takes Position on Technical Colleges Becoming Community Colleges,” news release (December 1982)
Box 4, Folder 42: “Major Master Planning Issues,” for Utah System of Higher Education (20 December 1985)
Box 4, Folder 42: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Needs and Demands,” memorandum, from Rolfe Kerr to the State Board of Regents, purpose was to submit Master Planning Report #4, for their consideration (2 January 1986)

Rolfe Kerr was the Commissioner of Higher Education.

Box 4, Folder 42: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Projected Needs and Demands,” Planning Report #4 (circa 1986)
Box 4, Folder 42: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Institutional Roles and Missions,” Planning Report #5 (14 March 1986)
Box 4, Folder 42: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Enrollment Management,” Executive Summary, Planning Report #6 (circa 1986)
Box 4, Folder 42: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Enrollment Management,” Planning Report #6 (7 July 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Accountability and Quality,” memorandum, purpose was to submit Planning Report #8, from Rolfe Kerr to the State Board of Regents (11 June 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: “Master Planning for Utah Higher Education: Accountability and Quality,” Planning Report #8 (10 June 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: “Draft Summary Report of Utah Higher Education Master Plan,” memorandum, from Rolfe Kerr to State Board of Regents, Institutional Presidents, USHE Chief Academic Officers and Chief Financial Officers, Regents/Legislative Study Committee on Master Planning, and Higher Education Master Plan Board of Advisers (11 August 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: “The Challenge of Changes: Master Planning for Utah Higher Education,” Working Draft Summary Report (8 August 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: “Master Planning for Higher Education in Utah,” memorandum, from Rolfe Kerr to the State Board of Regents (17 October 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: “The Challenge of Change: Master Planning for Utah Higher Education,” Executive Summary (10 October 1986)
Box 4, Folder 43: Letter from Norman H. Bangerter to President J. Marvin Higbee, concerning revenue shortfalls and the need for tax increases (31 July 1987)

Norman H. Bangerter was governor of Utah

Box 4, Folder 43: “Tax increase needed for education in Utah,” by Rolfe Kerr
Box 4, Folder 44: “Utah Technical College at Provo: Proposed Institutional Name Change,” memorandum, from Arvo Van Alstyne to State Board of Regents (31 August 1984)

Arvo Van Alstyne was the Commissioner of Higher Education.

Box 4, Folder 44: “Proposal for a Name Change at Utah Technical College at Provo,” for the Master Planning and Governance Committee from the Regents’ Advisory Committee and Prepared by Don A. Carpenter (circa August 1984)

Don A. Carpenter was Associate Commissioner for Planning.

Box 4, Folder 44: Contact list for the Utah State Board of Regents (July 1983)
Box 4, Folder 45: “Utah Valley State College Master Plan,” (2001)
Box 4, Folder 45: “Five Year Master Plan,” map of Orem Campus

Also contains list of the Five Year Planning Projects and their projected cost. Missing the first sheet of paper.

Box 4, Folder 46: “Utah Valley State College: New Wasatch Campus Master Plan” (circa 2001)
Box 5, Folder 47-49: Strategic Planning (1984-2008)

Subseries contains plans, updates, and memorandums concerning the strategic planning of the Orem Campus as well as off campus sites such as Wasatch Campus, and other off campus proposals.

Box 5, Folder 47: “Strategic Planning Project,” with and attachment entitled, “Strategic Planning Workshop Agenda” (September 24, 1984)
Box 5, Folder 48: Final Revisions of UTC—P/O Strategic Plan, memo, from John Reeves to the members of the Institutional Council, (9 May 1985)

John Reeves was the Strategic Planning Project Director.

Box 5, Folder 48: “Utah Technical College at Provo: Six Year Strategic Plan” (1985-1992)
Box 5, Folder 48: “Just the Facts: Strategic Planning Update" (1990)
Box 5, Folder 48: “New UVSC Strategic Plan,” memorandum, from President Kerry D. Romesburg to UVSC Faculty and Staff, with attached form entitled “Most Frequently Cited Issues,” and ”The Strategic Planning Process” (12 December 2001)
Box 5, Folder 48: “Utah Valley State College Strategic Plan” (2001)

Also contains an envelope from the Office of the President addressed to E. Mark Bezzant.

Box 5, Folder 48: “Utah Valley State College Strategic Plan,” also contains the draft of the Mission statement (2001)
Box 5, Folder 48: “Wasatch Campus Strategic Plan” (May 2004)
Box 5, Folder 48: Parking lot map and guide for Utah Technical College at Provo

Lists building names, parking lots, and parking rules and regulations.

Box 5, Folder 49: “Proposals for Off-Campus Sites,” Board of Trustees Presentation (circa 2001)
Box 5: “UVU 2007-2008 Strategic Planning,” Chamber Insider (June 2007)

The article is on page 8.

Box 6-12: Institutional Council (1956-1988)

Subseries contains agendas ranging from 1978-1988 and minutes ranging from 1956-1986. Also included is information about the Institutional Council members, bylaws of the Institutional Council, and the role of the Institutional Council.

subseries: Agendas
Box 6, Folder 50: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1978 through December 1978 (September 1978-December 1978)

Actual meeting dates include Sept. 6th, Oct. 4th, Nov. 1st, and Dec. 13th.

Box 6, Folder 51: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1979 through June 1979 (January 1979-June 1979)

Actual meeting dates include Jan. 3rd, Feb. 7th, March 7th, April 4th, May 2nd, and June 6th.

Box 6, Folder 52: Agenda, Institutional Council, July 1979 (July 1979)

Actual meeting dates include July 11th and July 26th.

Box 6, Folder 53: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1979 through October 1979 (September 1979-October 1979)

Actual meeting dates include Sept. 5th and Oct. 3rd.

Box 6, Folder 54: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1979 through December 1979 (November 1979-December 1979)

Actual meeting dates include Nov. 7th and Dec. 14th.

Box 6, Folder 55: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1980 through April 1980 (January 1980-April 1980)

Actual meeting dates include Jan. 2nd, Feb. 13th, March 5th, and April 2nd.

Box 6, Folder 56: Agenda, Institutional Council, May 1980 (May 1980)

Actual meeting date was May 1.

Box 6, Folder 57: Agenda, Institutional Council, June 1980 through July 1980 (June 1980-July 1980)

Actual meeting dates include June 11th, July 2nd, and July 17th.

Box 6, Folder 58: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1980 through October 1980 (September 1980-October 1980)

Actual meeting dates include Sept. 3rd and Oct. 7th.

Box 6, Folder 59: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1980 through December 1980 (November 1980-December 1980)

Actual meeting dates include Nov. 4th and Dec. 2nd.

Box 6, Folder 60: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1983 through February 1983 (January 1983-February 1983)

Actual meeting dates include Jan. 12th and Feb. 9th.

Box 6, Folder 61: Agenda, Institutional Council, March 1983 through April 1983 (March 1983-April 1983)

Actual meeting dates include March 9th and April 13th.

Box 7, Folder 62: Agenda, Institutional Council, May 1983. (May 1983)

Date was May 12th.

Box 7, Folder 63: Agenda, Institutional Council, June 1983 through September 1983. (June 1983-September 1983)

Actual meeting dates include June 9th and Sept. 15th.

Box 7, Folder 64: Agenda, Institutional Council, October 1983 (October 1983)

Actual meeting date was Oct. 13th.

Box 7, Folder 65: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1983 (November 1983)

Actual meeting date was Nov. 10th.

Box 7, Folder 66: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1984 (January 1984)

Actual meeting date was Jan. 11th.

Box 7, Folder 67: Agenda, Institutional Council, February 1984 (February 1984)

Actual meeting date was Feb. 9th.

Box 7, Folder 68: Agenda, Institutional Council, April 1984. (April 1984)

Actual meeting date was April 12th.

Box 7, Folder 69: Agenda, Institutional Council, May 1984 through July 1984 (May 1984-July 1984)

Actual meeting dates include May 17th and July 19th.

Box 7, Folder 70: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1984 (September 1984)

Actual meeting date was Sept. 13th.

Box 7-8, Folder 71-72: Agenda, Institutional Council, October 1984 (October 1984)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 71 has 58 pgs and Folder 72 has 54 pgs. Actual meeting date was Oct. 18th. Folder 72 is in Box 8.

Box 8, Folder 73: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1984. (November 1984)

Actual meeting date was Nov. 15th.

Box 8, Folder 74: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1985 through February 1985 (January 1985-February 1985)

Actual meeting dates include Jan. 10th and Feb. 14th.

Box 8, Folder 75: Agenda, Institutional Council, March 1985 (March 1985)

Actual meeting date was March 21st.

Box 8, Folder 76: Agenda, Institutional Council, April 1985 through May 1985 (April 1985-May 1985)

Actual meeting dates include April 11th and May 9th.

Box 8, Folder 77: Agenda, Institutional Council, June 1985 (June 1985)

Actual meeting date was June 13th.

Box 8, Folder 78-80: Agenda, Institutional Council, August 1985 (August 1985)

Agenda is stored in three folders. Folder 78 has 52 pgs, Folder 79 has 31 pgs, and Folder 80 has 33 pgs. Actual meeting date was Aug. 22nd.

Box 8, Folder 81-82: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1985 (September 1985)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 81 has 48 pgs, and Folder 82 has 29 pgs. Actual meeting date was Sept. 9th.

Box 9, Folder 83: Agenda, Institutional Council, October 1985 (October 1985)

Actual meeting date was Oct. 10th.

Box 9, Folder 84: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1985 (November 1985)

Actual meeting date was Nov. 14th.

Box 9, Folder 85-86: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1986 (January 1986)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 85 has 40 pgs and Folder 86 has 47 pgs. Actual meeting date was Jan. 2nd.

Box 9, Folder 87-88: Agenda, Institutional Council, February 1986 (February 1986)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 87 has 31 pgs and Folder 88 has 36 pgs. Actual meeting date was Feb. 11th.

Box 9, Folder 89: Agenda, Institutional Council (April 1986)

Actual meeting date was April 3rd.

Box 9, Folder 90: Agenda, Institutional Council, May 1986 through June 1986 (May 1986-June 1986)

Actual meeting dates include May 15th and June 5th.

Box 9, Folder 91-92: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1986 (September 1986)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 91 has 35 pgs and Folder 92 has 37 pgs. Actual meeting date was Sept. 4th.

Box 10, Folder 93-94: Agenda, Institutional Council, October 1986 (October 1986)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 93 has 37 pgs and Folder 94 has 34 pgs. Actual meeting date was Oct. 2nd.

Box 10, Folder 95-96: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1986 (November 1986)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 95 has 44 pgs and Folder 96 has 20 pgs. Actual meeting date was Nov. 6th.

Box 10, Folder 97: Agenda, Institutional Council, December 1986 (December 1986)

Actual meeting date was Dec. 4th.

Box 10, Folder 98: Agenda, Institutional Council, February 1987 through April 1987 (February 1987-April 1987)

Actual meeting dates include Feb. 26th and April 2nd.

Box 10, Folder 99-100: Agenda, Institutional Council, May 1987 (May 1987)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 99 has 31 pgs and Folder 100 has 32 pgs. Actual meeting date was May 29th.

Box 10, Folder 101-102: Agenda, Institutional Council, August 1987 (August 1987)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 101 has 35 pgs and Folder 102 has 41 pgs. Actual meeting date was Aug. 13th.

Box 11, Folder 103-104: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1987 (September 1987)

Agenda is stored in two folders. Folder 103 has 22 pgs and Folder 104 has 31 pgs. Actual meeting date was Sept. 3rd.

Box 11, Folder 105: Agenda, Institutional Council, October 1987 (October 1987)

Actual meeting date was Oct. 8th.

Box 11, Folder 106: Agenda, Institutional Council, November 1987 (November 1987)

Actual meeting date was Nov. 5th.

Box 11, Folder 107: Agenda, Institutional Council, January 1988 (January 1988)

Actual meeting date was Jan. 14th.

Box 11, Folder 108: Agenda, Institutional Council, February 1988 through March 1988. (February 1988-March 1988)

Actual meeting dates include Feb. 11th and March 10th.

Box 11, Folder 109: Agenda, Institutional Council, April 1988. (April 1988)

Actual meeting date was April 14th.

Box 11, Folder 110: Agenda, Institutional Council, May 1988 (May 1988)

Actual meeting date was May 12th.

Box 11, Folder 111: Agenda, Institutional Council, June 1988 (June 1988)

Actual meeting date was June 9th.

Box 11, Folder 112: Agenda, Institutional Council, July 1988 (July 1988)

Actual meeting date was July 14th.

Box 11, Folder 113: Agenda, Institutional Council, September 1988 (September 1988)

Actual meeting date was Sept. 7th.

Box 11, Folder 114: Agenda, Institutional Council, October 1988 through December 1988 (October 1988-December 1988)

Actual meeting dates include Oct. 13th and Dec. 8th.

subseries: Minutes
Box 12, Folder 115: Minutes, May 1951 through February 1960 (May 1951-February 1960)

Actual meeting dates include May 8, 1951, May 18, 1954, Nov 16, 1954, Jan 20, 1955, March 7, 1955, April 9, 1956, Sept 7, 1956, and Feb 18, 1960.

Box 12, Folder 116: Minutes, June 1956 through October 1969 (June 1956-October 1969)

Actual meeting dates include June 3, 1966, May 2, 1967, Nov 9, 1967, Feb 15, 1968, Nov 26, 1968, March 24, 1969, May 28, 1969, and Oct 1, 1969

Box 12, Folder 117: Minutes, November 1970 through October 1977 (November 1970-October 1977)

Actual meeting dates include Nov 23, 1970, Feb 17, 1971, Sept 6, 1972, Oct 10, 1972, Nov 1, 1972, April 26, 1973, June 25, 1974, July 30, 1974, Aug 27, 1974, Oct 1, 1974, June 16, 1976, Oct 28, 1976, Dec 20, 1976, May 26, 1977, and Oct 27, 1977

Box 12, Folder 118: Minutes, September 1978 through December 1978. (September 1978-December 1978)

Actual meeting dates include July 26, Sept 6, Oct 4, Nov 1, and Dec 13.

Box 12, Folder 119: Minutes January 1979 through December 1979. (January 1979-December 1979)

Actual meeting dates include Jan 3rd, Feb 7th, March 7th, April 4th, May 2nd, June 6th, July 11th, July 26th, Sept 5th, Oct 3rd, Nov 7th, and Dec 14th.

Box 12, Folder 120: Minutes, January 1980 through December 1980 (January 1980-December 1980)

Actual meeting dates include Jan 2nd, Feb 13th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 1st, June 11th, July 2nd, July 17th. Sept 3rd, Oct 7th. Nov 4th, and Dec 2nd.

Box 12, Folder 121: Minutes, January 1981 through December 1981 (January 1981-December 1981)

Actual meeting dates include Jan 8th, Feb 5th, Feb 20th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, July 2nd, Sept 3rd, Oct 7th, Nov 4th, and Dec 9th.

Box 12, Folder 122: Minutes, January 1985 through November 1985 (January 1985-November 1985)

Actual meeting dates include Jan 10th, Feb 14th, March 21st, April 11th, May 9th, June 13th, Aug 22nd, Sept 9th, Oct 10th, and Nov 14th.

Box 12, Folder 123: Minutes, January 1986 through December 1986 (January 1986-December 1986)

Actual meeting dates include Jan 2nd, Feb 11th, April 3rd, May 15th, June 5th, Sept 4th, Oct 2nd, Oct 8th, Nov 6th, and Dec 4th.

subseries: Institutional Council Members
Box 12, Folder 124: List of names, places of employment, and terms of office of the General Advisory Council Members for Utah Technical College at Provo (2 June 1980)
Box 12, Folder 124: List of names, contact information, and their places of employment for the members of the General Advisory Committee (circa 1970-1979)
Box 12, Folder 124: Advisory Boards from 1951-1978 and Institutional Council from 1978-1989 (1951-1989)

Advisory Board was renamed the Institutional Council in 1978.

Box 12, Folder 124: “Utah Technical College Institutional Council,” list of Chairs of the Council (circa 1975-1985)

Lists the Chairs for the years 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1989, and 1991. Also contains a black and white photograph with Edward B. Anderson, Hilton Hanyaoma, Wilson Sorensen, David Jacobsen, Charles L. Bates, Lee Barrus, Howard Pace, Grant Burgon, Robert E. Halladay, Eris Y. Sumner, and Boyd C. Sunderland.

subseries: General
Box 12, Folder 125: Bylaws of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Provo, adopted by the Institutional Council (4 November 1981)
Box 12, Folder 125: The Role of the Institutional Council, by Wm. Rolfe Kerr (14 January 1988)
Box 12, Folder 125: The Role of Institutional Councils in the Utah System of Higher Education, pamphlet (November 1979)
Box 13, Folder 126-135: Outcomes Assessments (1993-1994)

Subseries includes the outcomes assessments from various courses available at the school, such as Air Condition and Refrigeration Technology, Collision Repair, Electronic and Computer Technology, Learning Enrichment Center, and MATC.

subseries: Air Condition and Refrigeration Technology
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 111 Refrigeration I, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 112 Special Refrigeration Math, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 121 Refrigeration II, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 122 Basic Electricity and Motor Control, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 231 Commercial Refrigeration, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 232 Motors, Controls, and Wiring Diagrams, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 233 Sheet Metal Layout, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 241 Commercial Refrigeration, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: ACRT 242 Heating and Air Conditioning Controls, Fall (1993)
subseries: Automotive Technology
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 111, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 112, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 113 Engine Repair, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 116, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 118 Automotive Computer Literacy, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 121, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 122, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 123 Engine Performance, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 211 Advanced Alignment and Electrical, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 212 Advanced Auto Engine Performance, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 213 Advanced Auto Electrical and Emission Controls, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 221 Advanced Auto Transmissions and Brake Systems, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 222 Advanced Electronics and Fuel Injection, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: Aut 223 Advanced Air Conditioning and Heating, Fall (1993)
subseries: Building Construction/Construction Management
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 111 Principles of Residential Framing, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 112 Blueprint Reading, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 113 Concrete and Masonry, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 114 Codes and Inspection, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 115 Building Construction Safety, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 116 Stair Design and Construction, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 119 Framing and Concrete Lab, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 121 Principles of Finish Carpentry, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 123 Construction Estimating, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 124 Roof Framing, Spring (1994)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: BCCM 125 Construction Management Concepts, Spring (1994)
subseries: Cabinetry and Architectural Woodwork
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: CAW 100 Survey of Working with Wood, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: CAW 232 Custom Cabinetry, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: CAW 242 Problem Solving Techniques, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: CAW 231 Cabinetry Math, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: CAW 234 Millworking Shop III, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 126: Course: CAW Millworking Shop IV (1993)
subseries: Collision Repair Technology
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 111, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 112, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 113, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 121, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 122, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 123, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 232 Unibody Repair, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 231 Structural Damage Analysis, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 233 Collision Damage Reporting, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 241 Unibody Panel Replacement, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 242 Vehicle System, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: CRT 243 Shop Organization and Production, Fall (1993)
subseries: Diesel Mechanics Technology
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 111 and 112, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 113 and 114, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 120 and 121 Diesel Engine Tune Up and Fuel Systems Theory and Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 122 and 123 Diesel Electronics and Air Conditioning Theory and Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 230 and 231 Fluid Power Theory and Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 232 and 233 Fluid Power Transmission Theory and Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 240 and 241, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DMT 242 and 243, Fall (1993)
subseries: Drafting/Drafting Technology
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 101 Electrical, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 102 Basic Computer, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 104 AutoCad, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 103 LaserCAD, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 110 Architectural, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 130 Structural, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 140 Surveying, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 160, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 161 Tech Math, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 201 Technical Illustration, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 202 Descriptive Geometry, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 204 Piping, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 205 Plate Layout, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 206 Technical Illustration, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 210, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 240 Advanced Surveying, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 260, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 261 Strength of Material, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 271, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 273, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 277, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 285, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 285, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 127: Course: DT 100A Basic Drafting, Fall (1993)
subseries: Electrical Automation and Robotics Technology
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 113, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 116, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 117, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 118, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 125 Wiring and Code, Fall and Spring each year (undated)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 126 Logic, Fall and Spring each year (undated)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 127 DC/AC Machines, Fall and Spring each year (undated)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 233, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 234, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 128: Course: EART 243, Fall (1993)
subseries: Electronic and Computer Technology
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 101 DCAC Circuit Theory, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 105 Mathematics for Electronics, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 102 DCAC Circuits Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 111 Active Devices and Circuits Theory, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 112 Active Devices and Circuits Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 115 Digital Devices and Circuits Theory, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 116 Digital Devices and Circuits Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 117 Software Tools for ECT, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course CSIS 254 Programming, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 248 Graduation Seminar, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT Communications and ECT 242 Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 231, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 232, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 235, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 127, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 112 Active Devices Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 111 Active Devices Lecture, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 125, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 238, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 285, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 121 and 122, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 115 Digital Devise Lectures, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 117 Software Tools, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 129: Course ECT 116 Digital Devices Lab, Fall (1993)
subseries: Environmental Technology
Box 13, Folder 130: ENVT 111 Introduction to Environmental Tech, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 120 Safety, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 121 Introduction to Wastewater Treatment, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 124 Air Pollution Control, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 127 Aquatic Microbiology, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 131 Pumps and Support Systems, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 132 Water and Wastewater Mathematics, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 136 Routine Water Treatment Plant Operation, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 137 Distribution System Routine Operation, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 201 Hazardous Materials, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 214 Wastewater Laboratory I, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT Air Pollution Control Laboratory, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT Visible Emission Laboratory, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: ENVT 243 Culinary Water Chemical Removal, Fall (1993)
subseries: Fire Science
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSF 101 Firefighter Fundamentals I, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSF 121 Firefighters Skills I, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSF 114 Emergency Medical Technician I, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSF 122 Firefighting Fund and Skills II, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 201 Hazardous Materials 1st Responder, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 202 Incident Command, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 203 Conducting Basic Fire Inspections, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 204 Fire Cause Determination, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 206 Risk Mgmt. and Legal Response, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 208 Building Construction, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 210 Fire Supervision and Leadership, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: FSO 211 Fire Instructor I and II, Fall (1993)
subseries: Graphics/Commercial Art
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: Perceptual Drawing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: Conceptual Drawing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 121 Graphic Computer Applications, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 222 Advanced Desktop Publishing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 233 Advanced Computer Assisted Graphics, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 100 Survey of Graphics/ Commercial Art, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 131 Design, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 134 Techniques in Commercial Art, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 213 Image Assembly, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 219R Seminar, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 231 Design II, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 130: Course: GRCA 233 Illustration, Fall (1993)
subseries: Line Man Technology/EART
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 111-01 Line Man D.C. Theory and Lab, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 112-01 Residential Wiring, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 113-01 APPL D.C. Math, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 114-01 Basic Skill Development and Safety, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 231-01 Power Line Tech and Safety I, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 233-01 Metering Line, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: Line 234-01 3 Phase Line and Safety, Fall (1993)
subseries: Machine Tool Technology
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 100, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 115, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 135, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 233, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 243, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 240, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 112, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 111, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 100, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 115, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 135, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 233, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 243, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 121 Machine Tool II, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 230 Punch and Die, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 131: Course: MTT 122 Machine Tool Shop II, Fall (1993)
subseries: Learning Enrichment Center English
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG 099 Grammar and Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG 069 Grammar and Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG 061 Basic Spelling and Phonics, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *051 Spelling, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *059 Grammar and Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *063 GED Preparation (undated)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *067 Medical Terminology, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *077 Vocabulary, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *081 Spelling, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *087 Vocabulary, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *089 Grammar and Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG *082 Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG 087 Vocabulary, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ENG 082 Writing, Fall (1993)
subseries: Reading
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: Individualized Rdg 118: Rapid Reading, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: Reading 090 Preparation for College Reading, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: Reading 080 Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: Reading 117 Effective College Textbook Reading, Fall (1993)
subseries: Learning Enrichment Center ESL
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 011 Listening/Speaking, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 021 Listening/Speaking, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 031 Listening/Speaking, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 041 Listening/Speaking, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 012 Reading, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 022 Reading, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 032 Reading, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 042 Reading, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 013 Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 033 Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL Writing, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 014 Grammar, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 024 Grammar, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 034 Grammar, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: ESL 044 Grammar, Fall (1993)
subseries: Math
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: MAT 080 Fundamental Math, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: MAT 090 Prealgebra, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: MAT 099 Introductory Algebra, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: MAT 080 Fundamental Math, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: MAT 090 Prealgebra, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: MAT 099 Introductory Algebra, Fall (1993)
subseries: Personal and Vocational Development (PVD)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: PVD 101, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: PVD 102, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: PVD 103, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: PVD 104, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: PVD 106, Fall (1993)
subseries: Learning Enrichment Center: Study Skills
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: Study Skills 100, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 132: Course: Study Skills 120, Fall (1990)
subseries: Concurrent Enrollment
Box 13, Folder 133: Memorandum to Royanne Boyer from Roger Porter, concerning Outcomes Form with regards to Concurrent Enrollment, (24 February 1994)
subseries: MATC
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Speedbuilding on Computers, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Lotus, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Composites, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Certified Nurse Aide, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Pilot/Escort, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Flagging, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Medical Transcription, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: SPC, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Dispatch, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: HHA, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Computer Literacy, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Medical Assistant, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Basic Office Skills, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Basic Computer Literacy—Cressona Aluminum Co. (October-November 1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Materials Resource Planning (MRP) (undated)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Vital Learning Supervisory Training (undated)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: PreEmployment Training (October-November 1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Math (undated)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Hydraulics/Pneumatic (undated)
subseries: High School Vocation Program
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Child Care Management, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Composites, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Cosmetology, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Graphics, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Horse Occupations, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Horticulture, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Hospitality, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Nurses Aid Class, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 133: Course: Building Construction, Fall (1993)
subseries: Activities
Box 13, Folder 134: Program Outline for the Center for Personal and Career Development: Turning Point: Exploring Non-Traditional Occupations (undated)
subseries: Plan
Box 13, Folder 135: Outcome Assessment Plan, Gender Equity Seminars, Fall (1993)
Box 13, Folder 135: Outcome Assessment Plan: Program Assessment Activities, TECH PREP (25 February 1994)
Box 14, Folder 138-142, Box 13, Folder 136-137: Accreditation Self-Study (1994-2005)

Subseries includes the self-studies and the Evaluation Committee Report from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Box 13, Folder 136-137: “Accreditation Self-Study of Utah Valley State College as a Baccalaureate Degree-Granting Institution,” prepared for the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Colleges. (1994-1995)

The Self-Study is stored in two folders. Folder 136 has 55 pgs and Folder 137 has 61 pgs.

Box 14, Folder 138-141: “Utah Valley State College Accreditation Self Study,” Self Study for reaffirmation of accreditation, submitted to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (4-6 April 2005)

The Self Study is stored in four folders. Folder 138 has 50 pgs, Folder 139 has 53 pgs. (Including Table 3.3 Student Affairs Profile, the Table was inadvertently omitted from Chapter Three Page 93), Folder 140 has 37 pgs, and Folder 141 has 45 pgs.

Box 14, Folder 142: “A Full-Scale Evaluation Committee Report,” a confidential report prepared for the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities that represents the views of the Evaluation Committee (4-6 April 2005)
Box 14, Folder 142: “Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities: Basic Institutional Data” (circa 2005)
Box 14, Folder 142: Letter from Sandra E. Elman to President Sederburg with attached recommendations, reaffirming accreditation and lists recommendations (1 July 2005)

Sandra E. Elman was the Executive Director of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Box 15, Folder 151-153, Box 14, Folder 143-150: University Status (2004-2007)

Subseries includes letters, drafts, reports, proposals, and press releases concerning UVSC move to university status. Programs from the Utah Valley University Bill Signing Celebration also included. President Sederburg’s State of the College addresses are included, ranging from 2004-2007.

subseries: University Status Drafts and Proposals
Box 14, Folder 143-144: University Status Advocacy Report, draft (undated)

Draft is stored in two folders. Folder 143 has 53 pgs and Folder 144 has 50 pgs.

Box 14, Folder 145: “Project: University,” Proposal for university status (2007)
subseries: General
Box 14, Folder 146: Letter from Richard E. Kendell to President William A. Sederburg, concerning the change from a college to a university (12 September 2005)

Richard E. Kendell was the commissioner of Higher Education in Utah.

Box 14, Folder 146: “Draft Planning Document,” memo from E. Mark Bezzant to President William A. Sederberg (3 July 2006)
Box 14, Folder 146: “Next Steps if Utah Valley State College is to be Granted University Status: A Report to the Commissioner of Higher Education,” by Dr. Kenneth P. Mortimer, Dr. L. Jackson Newell, and Dr. Paul Reichard (July 2006)

Dr. Morimer was the Senior Associate of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems; Dr. Newell was the President Emeritus at Deep Springs College; and Dr. Reichart was the Provost of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Box 14, Folder 146: Program for the Utah Valley University Bill Signing Celebration (19 March 2007)

Sticky note with E. Mark Bezzant’s handwriting stating changes to the program.

Box 14, Folder 146: Program for the Utah Valley University Bill Signing Celebration (19 March 2007)
Box 14, Folder 146: Program for the Utah Valley University Bill Signing Celebration, rough draft (19 March 2007)
subseries: Press Releases
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC prepares for university status,” by Wendy Rupper, BYU NewsNet (28 July 2004)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC on the hunt for quality faculty,” by Wendy Rupper, BYU NewsNet (30 July 2004)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC weighs ‘university’ 3 –member team to study upgrading school’s status,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (19 September 2005)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC has to make changes if it's to be U,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (1 October 2005)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Senate Chief Says UVSC Will Be a University Someday,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (11 December 2005)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Cost of Elevating UVSC to University Put at $8.4 M,” The Daily Herald (6 February 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Does Utah Need another 4 yr university in UVSC?” by NCminr, TrueAggies.com (6 February 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Herald Poll: UVSC: The next Utah university,” The Daily Herald (2 March 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Building a University,” Sequel Magazine, Spring (2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC to seek $$ to offer master's,” by Amy Choate, Deseret Morning News (20 April 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC hits obstacles to become university,” by Anna Chang-Yen, The Daily Herald (10 July 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Higher Education Officials Announce a Blueprint to Prepare UVSC for University Status,” press release from UVSC (15 August 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Likely Cost of Making UVSC a University: $10 Million,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (16 August 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Utah Valley University,” Under the Dome (13 October 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Utah Valley State University? University? Really?” The Deseret News (6 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC to alter mission statement,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (6 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC’s proposed mission statement,” Deseret Morning News (6 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC aims to be a full university,” by Sheena McFarland, The Salt Lake Tribune (8 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “State Board of Regents Review UVSC’s Proposal for University Status,” news release from Utah System of Higher Education and Utah Valley State College (8 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC seeks solid funds to become university,” by Erin Stewart, Deseret Morning News (9 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “Sederburg: It’s time to switch: UVSC president addresses regents regarding university status,” by Kate McNeil, The Daily Herald (9 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC’s proposed mission statement,” Deseret Morning News (9 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC Fights to Become a University,” by Kristen Radford, BYU NewsNet (11 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 147: “UVSC Wants Funding to Become University,” The Associated Press (16 December 2006)
Box 14, Folder 148: “UVSC Hopes for University Status Soon,” by Julie Rose, KCPW Newsroom (circa 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “University Status Will Bring University Prices to UVSC Students,” by Julie Rose, KCPW Newsroom (circa 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “UVSC on wrong path?” by Sharon Haddock and Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (18 January 2007)

Original newspaper clipping.

Box 14, Folder 148: “University status enhances UVSC’s values,” by William A. Sederburg, The Daily Herald (21 January 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “Student body presidents feel ‘U’ will add prestige,” February 2007, and “UVSC students take advantage of an education close to home” (February 2007)

Photocopied on the same sheet of paper.

Box 14, Folder 148: “University status for UVSC- more than a name change,” by David R. Keller, The Salt Lake Tribune (3 February 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “University status a plus for Summit, Wasatch counties” (February 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “UVSC preps for 2008 university status,” by Kate McNeil, The Daily Herald (2 March 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “Governor signs bill authorizing university status for UVSC in 2008,” by Roxana Orellana, The Salt Lake Tribune (20 March 2007)
Box 14, Folder 148: “UVSC celebrates transition to UVU,” by Lacie Hales, The Daily Universe (30 June 2008)

Original, also contains the whole front page section of the newspaper.

Box 14, Folder 148: “15,000 celebrate UVSC becoming Utah Valley University,” ABC 4 News (30 June 2008)
Box 14, Folder 148: “UVUphoria: Name change won't alter focus on serving community,” by Elizabeth Stuart, Deseret News (30 June 2008)
Box 14, Folder 148: “UVSC officially changes to UVU,” by Lacie Hales, The Daily Universe (1 July 2008)

Contains the whole original front page section of the newspaper.

Box 14, Folder 148: “UVU: It’s Day 1—15,000 herald school’s new identity,” by Elizabeth Stuart, Deseret News (1 July 2008)
Box 14, Folder 148: “President Monson ushers in UVU transition, dedicates library,” by Lacie Hales. The Daily Universe (2 July 2008)

Contains the whole original front page section of the newspaper.

subseries: State of the College
Box 14, Folder 149: “State of the College,” by President William A. Sederburg, PowerPoint Presentation hard copy (29 January 2004)
Box 14, Folder 149: State of the College Address Highlight Fact Sheet, by President William A. Sederburg (29 January 2004)
Box 14, Folder 150: “State of the College Address: A Value-Oriented University”, by President William A. Sederburg, PowerPoint Presentation hard copy (1 February 2005)
Box 15, Folder 151: “State of the College: A Value Oriented University,” by President William A. Sederburg, hard copy of the speech (1 February 2005)
Box 15, Folder 152: “State of the College: One Student at a Time,” by President William A. Sederburg, PowerPoint Presentation hard copy (31 January 2006)
Box 15, Folder 153: “State of the College Address: Building Opportunity One Student at a Time,” by President William A. Sederburg, Hardcopy in magazine form (30 January 2007)

Includes DVD entitled Project: University

Box 15, Folder 154-156: Proposals

Subseries contains letters and drafts concerning the proposal of the development of a hotel, restaurant, and conference center on the Utah Valley State College campus. Also contains e-mails, memorandums, meeting notes, and minutes, and other information with regards to a proposed Interfaith Chapel and the Slate Canyon Correctional Facility Chapel. Lastly, this sub-series includes a proposal from David Dominguez for a Law Center on the Orem Campus.

subseries: Commercial Developments on Campus
Box 15, Folder 154: “Issues and Concerns on Proposed Development of Hotel, Restaurant, Conference Center on the Utah Valley State College Campus,” draft (undated)

Handwritten notes editing the content.

Box 15, Folder 154: “Issues and Concerns on Proposed Development of a Hotel, Restaurant, Conference Center on the Utah Valley State College Campus (undated)

Handwritten notes all over the pages, editing the content.

Box 15, Folder 154: Letter to President Kerry Romesberg from LaVar Rockwood and Bruce Jensen, list of questions and concerns about the commercial development on the campus (7 January 1994)
Box 15, Folder 154: Draft of second page of letter to President Romesberg from LaVar Rockwood and Bruce Jensen (7 January 1994)

Handwritten notes editing the paper.

Box 15, Folder 154: “Notes on Letter,” issues and concerns on the proposed development of a hotel, restaurant, conference center on campus property of Utah Valley State College (undated)
Box 15, Folder 154: Handwritten notes concerning the proposed commercial development for the campus (undated)
Box 15, Folder 154: Handwritten note from LaVar Rockwood to E. Mark Bezzant (undated)
subseries: Interfaith Chapel/Slate Canyon Correctional Facility Chapel
Box 15, Folder 155: Blueprints for the Heritage School Chapel (3 April 2000)
Box 15, Folder 155: “Slate Canyon 12th (Correctional Facility) Branch,” program about the branch (July 2003)
Box 15, Folder 155: Business card for Kurt Baxter

Kurt Baxter was the Project Manager for the State of Utah Department of Administrative Services.

Box 15, Folder 155: Memorandum, Interfaith Calendar, from Utah Valley Interfaith Association (Chaplain Linda P. Walton) to Utah Valley Media, School Districts, and College/University Presidents (25 August 2004)

Chaplain Linda P. Walton was the secretary of the Utah Valley Interfaith Association.

Box 15, Folder 155: E-mail from Chris Roach to E. Mark Bezzant, concerning building a non-denominational chapel at the Slate Canyon Youth Center (14 November 2006)
Box 15, Folder 155: E-mail from E. Mark Bezzant to Chris Roach, scheduling times for meetings (6 December 2006)
Box 15, Folder 155: E-mail from Chris Roach to E. Mark Bezzant, driving instructions to the Slate Canyon Youth Center (6 December 2006)
Box 15, Folder 155: Meeting notes for the Church Building Project (16 January 2007)

Contains list of people that attended, topics, assignments, and e-mail addresses for Chris Roach, Roy Peterman, Larry Childs, Stephen Andrews, Dan Grinder, and Jay Johnson.

Box 15, Folder 155: Handwritten meeting notes by E. Mark Bezzant (16 January 2007)
Box 15, Folder 155: “Creation of interfaith center at UVSC sought,” by Rosalie Westenskow, Deseret Morning News (21 January 2007)
Box 15, Folder 155: Meeting notes for the Interfaith Chapel Project (30 January 2007)

Contains the list of people who attended, topics discussed, assignments, and the next meeting date.

Box 15, Folder 155: Handwritten meeting notes by E. Mark Bezzant. (30 January 2007)
Box 15, Folder 155: E-mail from Linda P. Walton to E. Mark Bezzant, list of people who had an interest in the Interfaith Chapel (1 February 2007)
Box 15, Folder 155: Meeting notes for the Interfaith Chapel Project (13 February 2007)

Contains a list of those who attended, topics discussed, assignments and the date for the next meeting

Box 15, Folder 155: Handwritten meeting notes by E. Mark Bezzant. (13 February 2007 )
Box 15, Folder 155: Handwritten meeting notes by E. Mark Bezzant (27 February 2007)
Box 15, Folder 155: E-mail from Linda P. Walton to E. Mark Bezzant, concerning the Interfaith Chapel (20 April 2007)
Box 15, Folder 155: Meeting notes for the Interfaith Chapel Project (1 May 2007)

Contains a list of those who attended, topics discussed, assignments, and the next meeting date.

Box 15, Folder 155: Meeting notes for the Interfaith Chapel Project (30 October 2007)

Contains a list of those who attended, topics discussed, assignments, and the next meeting date.

Box 15, Folder 155: “Utah Valley Interfaith Directory,” sponsored by the UVU Interfaith Student Association (2007-2008)
Box 15, Folder 155: Map of Slate Canyon Youth Center (undated)
subseries: David Dominguez Proposal for Law Center
Box 15, Folder 156: Letter from David Dominguez to E. Mark Bezzant, concerning a Law Center proposed to be built on the Orem Campus (11 February 2008)

David Dominguez was a Professor of Law at Brigham Young University Law School.

Box 15, Folder 157: Press Releases with Regards to the School (2002-2009)

Subseries contains articles and releases about the school as well as the Utah Higher Education Health Behavior Survey UVSC Fact Sheet from 2005.

Box 15, Folder 157: “Regents begin search for new president of Utah Valley State College” (23 August 2002)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC Timeline,” The Daily Herald (27 September 2002)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC needs own identity, Sederburg says,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret News (2 February 2005)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Utah Higher Education Health Behavior Survey (2005): UVSC Fact Sheet” (circa February 2005)
Box 15, Folder 157: “2005 Utah Higher Education Health Behavior Survey Results (Brief Summary of Survey Results” (circa February 2005)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Enrollment UVSC chief's top priority,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (1 February 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC grows Honors Program,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (8 April 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Honors Program evolves,” by Ashley Robertson, Net X News (16 April 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Formula for success,” by Jon Long, Net X News (16 April 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Pay Raise Approved for University, College Leaders,” The Associate Press (10 June 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC diesel course to help Hispanics,” Deseret News (10 June 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “New degrees approved at UVSC,” by Kate McNeil, The Daily Herald (18 November 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “New leader looks at ways to expand UVSC’s campus in Heber,” by Roxana Orellana, The Salt lake Tribune (6 December 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC to alter mission statement,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret News (6 December 2006)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Student Issues: Students of Utah Valley State College,” by Andrew Stone (circa 2006-2007)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Naming stadium is driving ambition,” by Brad Rock, Deseret Morning News (20 June 2007)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC Celebrates Career and Technical Education Month,” by Brenda Johnson, press release from UVSC (5 February 2008)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVSC puts its technical muscle into mechatronics,” by Ben Fulton, The Salt Lake Tribune (31 March 2008)
Box 15, Folder 157: “FrontRunner could help UVU expand,” by Tad Walch, Deseret News (10 July 2008)
Box 15, Folder 157: “What's going on with the old library?” by Britnee Nguyen, UVU Review (24 August 2008)
Box 15, Folder 157: “Being Green: One of UVU’s Top Priorities,” by Britnee Nguyen, press release from UVU (7 November 2008)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVU Alumni Awarded During Homecoming Week,” by Britnee Nguyen, press release from UVU, (13 December 2008)
Box 15, Folder 157: “UVU officials ready to handle budget cuts,” by Janice Peterson, Daily Herald, (4 February 2009)
Box 19, Box 5, Page 6, Box 18, Folder 194-195, Bin 16-17, Box 15, Folder 158-168: History of Utah Valley University

Series contains histories of the school, as well as presentations on the history of the school, photographs and other images, press releases, content from past displays at the school, and information on current and past employees.

Box 15, Folder 158-159: Information and Images for Campuses

contains images and information from the Fairgrounds, Provo, Orem, and Wasatch Campus. Also includes driving instructions to various UVSC campuses, and a list of school logos ranging from the Central Utah Vocational School logo to the UVSC logo.

subseries: Fairgrounds Campus
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white photographs of the Fairgrounds Campus (1941-1963)
Box 15, Folder 158: Colored diagram of the Fairgrounds Campus, labels each building and its purpose (circa 1941-1963)
subseries: Provo Campus
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white photograph of the tearing down of the old Provo High School (undated)
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white photograph of early construction of the Provo Campus (circa 1950-1955)
Box 15, Folder 158: Colored photograph of the construction of the Provo campus (undated)
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white photograph of the construction of the Provo Campus, structure is under construction (undated)
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white copies of photographs of the construction of the Provo Campus (undated)
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of the Provo Campus completed (circa 1950-1955)
Box 15, Folder 158: Artist's sketch of the Provo Campus (1963-1977)
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white photograph of the Provo Campus (1963-1977)
Box 15, Folder 158: Colored photograph of the Provo Campus (1963-1977)
subseries: Orem Campus
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white copies of photographs of the land purchased for the Orem Campus (circa 1970-1979)
Box 15, Folder 158: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of the Orem Campus under construction but nearing completion (circa 1973-1977)
Box 15, Folder 158: Colored photograph of a sign stating the future site of Utah Technical College at Provo (circa 1970-1979)
Box 15, Folder 158: Artist's sketch of the Orem Campus (circa 1977-2009)
Box 15, Folder 158: Colored photograph of the Orem Campus (circa 1977-2009)
Box 15, Folder 158: Colored diagram of the Orem Campus with an aerial view (circa 1987-2009)
subseries: Driving Directions
Box 15, Folder 158: Directions from UVSC to UVSC West (22 September 2006)
Box 15, Folder 158: Directions from UVSC to Lehi Junior High School, accessed . (22 September 2006)
Box 15, Folder 158: Directions from UVSC to Spanish Fork High School, accessed (22 September 2006)
Box 15, Folder 158: Driving instructions from Salt Lake City and Orem to the Wasatch Campus (22 September 2006)
Box 15, Folder 158: Driving instructions to the Provo Airport Campus (undated)
subseries: School Logos
Box 15, Folder 158: “School Logos” (circa 2000-2005)

Contains the logos from Central Utah Vocational School (1941-1963), Utah Trade Technical Institute (1963-1967), Utah Technical College at Provo (1967-1987), Utah Valley Community College (1987-1993), and Utah Valley State College (1993-present).

subseries: Wasatch Campus, General
Box 15, Folder 159: PowerPoint Presentation hard copy about the Wasatch Campus budget and New Hires (circa 2005-2006)
Box 15, Folder 159: Brief history of the Heber Valley Education Center, the Park City Education Center, and the Wasatch Campus (undated)
Box 15, Folder 159: Copy of page 336 from the Course Catalog about Wasatch campus (undated)
subseries: Wasatch Campus, Press Releases
Box 15, Folder 159: “Collegiate ribbon-cutting,” by Jennifer Grigg, Deseret Morning News (15 October 2003)
Box 15, Folder 159: “UVSC Opens Satellite Campus” (15 October 2003)
Box 15, Folder 159: “Heber welcomes new UVSC,” by Francine Hughes, NewNet (15 October 2003)
Box 15, Folder 159: Colored copy of a photograph from Daily Herald’s website of Becky Larson (9 June 2004)

Becky Larson math instructor at the Wasatch Campus.

Box 15, Folder 159: “2 works grace Heber Campus,” Deseret News (17 October 2004)
Box 15, Folder 159: “Wasatch County Agriculture Profile” (2005)
Box 15, Folder 159: “What rhymes with yippee-ki-yay?: Annual Heber City festival celebrates Western-flavored poetry and song,” By Cody Clark, Daily Herald (5 November 2006)
Box 15, Folder 159: “UVSC’s Wasatch Campus Moving Forward,” press release from UVSC (22 November 2006)
Box 15, Folder 159: “Utah Valley University: a real asset for Wasatch and Summit counties,” The Park Record (4 May 2007)
subseries: Wasatch Campus, Photographs
Box 15, Folder 159: Colored publicity photographs of the Wasatch Campus (circa 2004)
Box 15, Folder 159: Black and white photograph of the first graduating class of Elementary Education Majors from the Wasatch Campus (April 2007)

People in the picture are: Fern Dent, Jennifer Rasband, Brian Ridge, Lisa Flinders, Niki Fallon, Camille Cottle, Rodrigo Riva, Samantha Duncan, Lizzie Johnson, Jessica Flake, Michelle Ivie, Kelly Andrews, Keith Lowther, Lisa Casdorph, Laurie Wrigley, Ann Macdonald, Stephanie Ewing, Debrah Scanlon, Amanda Shepherd, and Katie Jorgensen. Not pictured is Stephanie Galt.

Box 15, Folder 159: Colored photograph of the Wasatch Campus (circa 2001)
Box 15, Folder 160-168: Departments

Subseries includes images, press releases, programs, schedules, excerpts from, the school yearbook The Spectrum, and department publications from various school departments, such as the Arts, Athletics, Practical Nursing, and University College.

subseries: The Arts
Box 15, Folder 160: Color copy of a girl doing pottery, no date given.
Box 15, Folder 160: “Curtain Call: UVSC & The Performing Arts,” by Megan K. Laurie, Sequel, Winter 2004.
subseries: Athletics
Box 15, Folder 161: Black and white copy of a photograph of the UTC baseball team (undated)
Box 15, Folder 161: Colored copy of a photograph of Scott Croshaw in a baseball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 161: Colored copy of a photograph of Josh Hinckley in a baseball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 161: Colored copy of a photograph of President Sederburg presenting a baseball bat (undated)
Box 15, Folder 161: Colored copy of a publicity photograph of the baseball field
Box 15, Folder 161: Black and white copies of pages 133 and 135 of the 1971 issue of The Spectrum, 3 actions photographs and 1 team picture of the baseball team (1971)

Team members are not identified.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copy of a photograph of the UTC men's basketball team (undated)

Also contains a brief history of the men's basketball program stating that it began in 1947. Unknown if this photograph is from that year. Men's Basketball is in its own folder.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copy of a photograph of UTC men's basketball team (1977-1978)

Team members were Gary Gardner, Dave Griffith, Ray Walker, Cal Johnson, Scott Labrum, Vinson Miner, Robert Litchfield, Matt Midgley, Ryan Liddiard, Trent Gardner, Steve Gardner, Terance Coversup, Steve Brown and Jim McKim, Dwight McGee was absent for the picture. Gary Gardner was the head coach, Vinson Miner and Jim McKim were assistant coaches, and Trent Gardner was the bail boy.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Utah Tech men's basketball player and a Utah State player (undated)
Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Utah Tech men's basketball game
Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copy of a photograph of UTC’s First League Basketball Team (1972-1973)

The team members were Ricko Maxsigli, Charles Lamb, Rich Hunter, Tom Rasmussen, Sam Little, Scott Wilson, Curtis Burton, Gary Martin, Clark Taylor, Kevin Anderberg, Kevin Winn, and Bill Malone. Sam Little was the coach and Bill Malone was the manager.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copy of a photograph of men's basketball players (undated)
Box 15, Folder 162: Colored copy of a photograph of Jordan Brady playing in a basketball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 162: Colored copy of a photograph of Ryan Toolson playing in a basketball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 162: Colored copies of photographs of men's basketball players (undated)
Box 15, Folder 162, Box 15, Folder 162: Colored copies of photographs of Hall of Fame inductees for men's basketball (undated)

Ray Walker #55 and Tom Rasmussen #10 Ray Walker was the Associate VP/CIO In the Office of Information Technology and Tom Rasmussen was the Associate VP in Institutional Advancement.

Box 15, Folder 162: Basketball schedule (1969-1970)
Box 15, Folder 162: Wolverine basketball schedule (1972-1973)

Contains the roster for the 1972-1973 team.

Box 15, Folder 162: Utah Tech/Provo & Orem Wolverine Basketball Schedule (1978-1979)

Photographs of Craig Jessen, Steve Rowley, Matt Midgely, Ray Walker, Kip Staheli, Steve Gardner, and Kirk Nixon are shown.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copies of pages 90 and 91 of the 1969 issue of The Spectrum, 4 action photographs of the U.T.C Men's Basketball Team. (1969)

There is also a brief synopsis of the season and honors received. Team members were Cyharles Fox, Jerry Shaff, Byron Davis, Jimmy Tree, Bruce Smith, Ray Schow, Don Swink, and Dave LeBaron. Siman Benson was the athletic director, and Bob Reese was the coach.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copies from the 1970 issue of The Spectrum, 7 action photographs of the U.T.C. Men's Basketball Team. (1970)

There is also a brief synopsis of the season, bios on the athletic director Erschel Shepherd, and Victor Christensen. Team members were Wendell Holdaway, Kelly Mortensen, Burt Ockey, Charles Fox, Claire Durrant, Chuck Rawlings, J. Christiansen, Lee Bellows, Paul McGary, Randy Grover, Bruce Moore, Glenn Wilkerson, and Steven Murdock.

Box 15, Folder 162: Black and white copies of pages 130 and 132 from the 1971 issue of The Spectrum, 4 action photographs of the U.T.C. Men's Basketball Team and 1 team photograph (1971)

The team members pictured are Sherwin Massey, Bert Oakey, Wendell Holdaway, Eric Harrison, Ray Jensen, Craig Pulsifer, Paul Linton, and Bruce Moore. The coach was Vic Christensen, and Dwight Cotton was the Faculty Advisor.

Box 15, Folder 162: Utah Tech Nips Rugged Dixie College, 103-102,” by Wendell Rigby, Daily Herald, about the Men's Basketball Team (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of a Women’s basketball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Robyn Fairbanks playing in a women’s basketball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Rebekah Peterson playing in a women’s basketball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of two UVSC female basketball players and one University of Utah player, no date given (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of a female basketball player (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copies of photographs of UVSC cheerleaders (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of Ayisha Mitchell in a women’s cross-county race (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a men's cross-country race (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Echo Thatcher playing golf (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Jeff Gibson playing golf (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of one UVSC male lacrosse player and two male BYU lacrosse players (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Jenni Clough playing soccer (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of a women’s soccer match
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Haylee Steadmann in a softball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Heidi Stocks in a softball game (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copies of photographs of a female softball player in a game (undated)

The same girl is in each of the five photographs

Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white copy of page 92 of the 1969 issue of The Spectrum, 3 photographs of students playing table tennis. (1969)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of 2 men's track and field athletes (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white photograph of a female volleyball player (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a picture of a UTC women’s volleyball match (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Jessica Endres playing in a volleyball match (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of a female volleyball player posing
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of a UVSC women’s volleyball match (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Marc Fenwick in a wrestling match
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of Ben Kjar in a wrestling match (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored Copies of photographs of multiple athletes representing different sports (undated)

Athletes pictured are: Rebekah Peterson—Basketball, Robyn Fairbanks—Basketball, Ryan Toolson—Basketball, Jordan Brady—Basketball, Jeff Gibson—Golf, Nick Nelson—Golf, Echo Thatcher—Golf, Jenni Clough—Soccer, Jessica Endres—Volleyball, Jessica—Volleyball, Ayisha Mitchell—Cross Country, Marc Fenwick—Wrestling, Ben Kjar—Wrestling, Josh Hinckley—Baseball, Scott Croshaw—Baseball, Kylee Steadman—Softball, and Heidi Stocks—Softball.

Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of 4 athletes representing different sports (undated)

The sports represented are women’s soccer, baseball, women’s volleyball, and men's basketball.

Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of 4 athletes representing different sports and 4 children representing the same sports (undated)

The sports represented are women’s soccer, baseball, women’s volleyball, and men's basketball.

Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of a men's basketball player and colored copy of a photograph of a girl posing with a basketball (undated)

Printed on the same sheet of paper.

Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white copy of the 1970 issue of The Spectrum, top photograph is of 5 men doing gymnastics and the bottom photograph is of four men skiing (1970)
Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white copy of a photograph of the mascot and a student (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copies of photographs of the mascot (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: “Athletics Sports Highlights” (circa 2005)

Athletes that are highlighted are Trent Perry—Baseball, Noelle Pikus-Pace—Track and Field, Ronnie Price—Basketball, Cam Jones—Wrestling, and Maegan Hoyt—Volleyball.

Box 15, Folder 163: Colored copy of a photograph of the McKay Event Center (undated)

McKay Event Center is now called the UCCU Center

subseries: Autobody and Mechanics
Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white copies of photographs of men working on cars (undated)
Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white photo collage of car show (1992)
Box 15, Folder 163: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Special Training for Hill Field, Machine Shop Class (circa 1950-1969)

Roy Despain and Carl Nielsen are pictured in the photograph. Roy Despain was the instructor and Carl Nielsen was the Tool room clerk.

subseries: Aviation
Box 15, Folder 164: Black and white photograph of a B-18 Bomber from Wendover at UT Air Force Base (1943)

Bomber was used to train CUVS students

Box 15, Folder 164: Black and white photograph of men working on an airplane (circa 1940-1959)
Box 15, Folder 164: Colored photographs of female aviation students (undated)
Box 15, Folder 164: Colored copies of photographs of aviation students (undated)
Box 15, Folder 164: Colored photographs of helicopter landing on Orem Campus
Box 15, Folder 164: “Provo copter school goes belly up,” by Jens Dana, Deseret Morning News (6 February 2008)
Box 15, Folder 164: “Aviation Science,” Department brochure (undated)
Box 15, Folder 164: List of required courses for the Aviation Science Department (circa 1990-2007)
subseries: Construction
Box 15, Folder 165: Black and white photographs of students participating in a house construction course (undated)
Box 15, Folder 165: Black and white copies of photographs of students participating in a house construction course (undated)
Box 15, Folder 165: Black and white copy of a photograph of a project home built by Wood Trades Classes (undated)

The home was built on the Provo Campus and later moved to the buyer's lot.

Box 15, Folder 165: Black and white photograph of a brick-laying course (undated)
Box 15, Folder 165: Colored photograph of construction sight of what appears to be a stage for a concert (undated)
Box 15, Folder 165: Colored photograph of a construction class (undated)
subseries: Practical Nursing
Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Practical Nursing Advisory Committee (1956)

The women pictured are Vestha Sandberg, Anna Hart, Emily Tyler, Nellie Kujalal, Maria Johnson, Belle Spafford, and Helen Trauntvine.

Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white photograph of the Practical Nursing Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Practical Nursing Lab (1962)

Nellie Kajala was the instructor.

Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white photographs of Practical Nursing students in hands-on learning settings as well as classroom settings (circa 1965-1975)
Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white photographs of Practical Nursing students (circa 1970-1979)
Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white photograph of Utah Valley Hospital (circa 1970-1979)

In 1984 Utah Valley Hospital changed its name to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center.

Box 15, Folder 166: Colored copies of photographs of Practical Nursing students (circa 1980-1989)
Box 15, Folder 166: Colored photograph of Practical Nursing student (circa 1995-2005)
Box 15, Folder 166: Colored photograph of a patient (circa 1995-2005)
Box 15, Folder 166: Black and white photo collage of Practical Nursing students (undated)

The photographs seem to span more than one decade.

Box 15, Folder 166: “Maria Johnson,” information about her work at CUVS (undated)

She was the first director of Practical Nursing Education from 1949-1957 at CUVS. The biographical information is excerpts from a talk given at her funeral by President Wilson Sorensen.

Box 15, Folder 166: Biographical information about Wilson Sorensen, Nellie Kujala, Joan Goe, and Karin Swendson and other nursing faculty through the years (circa 1970)

NOTE: Wilson Sorensen was Director and President of Utah Technical College 1946-1982. Nellie Kujala was the Director of School of Practical Nursing from 1957-1967. Joan Goe was the Director of School of Practical Nursing from 1968-1969. Karin Swendson was the Director of School of Practical Nursing 1969-2000. Other nursing faculty listed are: E.J. Story, Mrs. Rencher, Arlene B. Maservy, Kim Kumagai, Elaine Miller, Beatrice Fish, Emily Tyler, Beverly Hoyt, Ora Southwick, Helen Trauntvien, Ruth Sanderson, Iris Bellison, Norma Boyer, Ellen Andersen, Ada Morgan, Mildred VanDorn, Geraldine Noakes, JoAnn Richardson, Miss Feeney, Joan Findley, Rosalie Guilott, Roger Honeyman, John Burr, Kathy Veach, Jaquelyn Goodrich, Janet Roberts, Colleen Bylund, Janet Lewellyn, Joan Carnesecca Plott, Tricia Stephensen, Kathryn Smith, Sally Thompson, Lorriel Thorn, Peggy Wolfley, Darlene Raven, Mary Wolfe, Suzanne Loris, Marilyn Prete, Shirley Paxman, and Janet Christiansen.

Box 15, Folder 166: “In Retrospect,” by R. Riggs (circa 1974-1976)
subseries: University College
Box 15, Folder 167: Promotional material for University College (circa 2008-2009)
subseries: Miscellaneous Departments
Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Dental Assistant Prosthetics lab (circa 1960-1969)

Ruby R. Clark was the instructor.

Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white copies of photographs of Dental Assisting classes and students (circa 1960-1969)
Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white copies of page 58-59 of the 1969 issue of The Spectrum, 7 photographs of different departments (1969)
Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white copy of page 48 of the 1970 issue of The Spectrum, the photograph is labeled “Health Occupations” (1970)
Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white photograph of a refrigeration class (1965)

Allan Davis was the instructor.

Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white photograph of 2 fashion students (undated)
Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white copy of a photograph of Lineman Technology class (undated)

Carl Crawford was the instructor.

Box 15, Folder 168: Black and white photograph of a lineman up a pole (undated)
Box 16, Folder 169-174: Libraries

Subseries contains accreditation self-studies for the library circa 1983. Also includes images, information, and press releases regarding the Fairgrounds Campus Library, Provo Campus Library, the original Orem Campus library, and the groundbreaking of the new library, also referred to as the Digital Learning Center. Also contains information about past and present Library Directors and Assistant Directors such as Sylvia Fetterly Anderson, George Tanner, Grace Mayhew, Carrol Reid, Kim Rollins, and Mike Freeman.

subseries: History
Box 16, Folder 169: “Computerized Library Check-Out System,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Electronic Typewriter Extension System,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Hostessing and Conference Room,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “New Classroom Tables and Chair,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Library Module Addition,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Library Books and Periodicals,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Honors Scholarship Fund,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Tutorial Services Learning Enrichment,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Low-Power Television Station,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Jogging Track,” Accreditation Self-Study (circa 1983)

Not for the library but they were stored together by E. Mark Bezzant so they are stored together in the collection.

Box 16, Folder 169: “Multi-Use Earth Mover,” Accreditation Self-Study (circa 1983)

Not for the library but they were stored together by E. Mark Bezzant so they are stored together in the collection.

Box 16, Folder 169: “Addition to Word Processing Lab,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Friends of the Library,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: “Need for Machine Transcription Equipment,” Accreditation Self-Study for library (circa 1983)
Box 16, Folder 169: Compilation of photographs showing the progression of the libraries from campus to campus (circa 2008)
subseries: Fairgrounds Campus Library
Box 16, Folder 170: Black and white photograph of the Fairgrounds Campus Library for Central Utah Vocational School (1941)
subseries: Provo Campus Library
Box 16, Folder 170: Black and white photographs of Provo Campus library (circa 1963)
subseries: Orem Campus Original Library
Box 16, Folder 171: Colored photographs of the original Orem Campus Library (undated)
Box 16, Folder 171: Black and white photographs of the original Orem Campus Library (undated)
Box 16, Folder 171: Photo of President William Sederburg, promotional poster (undated)
subseries: Groundbreaking for the New Library or Digital Learning Center
Box 16, Folder 172: Photos of the groundbreaking ceremony (circa 2006)
Box 16, Folder 172: Digital renderings of the new library (circa 2006)
Box 16, Folder 172: Quotes from President Sederburg concerning the new library (undated)
Box 16, Folder 172: Preliminary construction blueprints for the new library for the first and third floor (undated)
Box 16, Folder 172: “UVUphoria Library Showcase,” publicity mailer, (30 June 2008)
subseries: Library Press Releases
Box 16, Folder 173: “New Director of Learning Resource Center at UTC,” author unknown, Provo Daily Herald (9 November 1978)
Box 16, Folder 173: “Carrol Reid,” obituary (19 November 1992)
Box 16, Folder 173: “UVSC finally gets money for learning center,” by Anna Chang-Yen, Daily Herald (6 March 2006)
Box 16, Folder 173: “George W. Tanner,” obituary, The Daily Herald (15 March 2006)
Box 16, Folder 173: “UVSC to Break Ground for New Library,” press release from UVSC (22 August 2006)
Box 16, Folder 173: “UVSC breaks library ground,” by Laura Hancock, Deseret Morning News (7 September 2006)
Box 16, Folder 173: “Work begins on UVSC Digital Learning Center,” Deseret Morning News (7 September 2006)
Box 16, Folder 173: “Bursting at the Seams,” by Chrisi C. Babbitt, Sequel Magazine, Winter (2006)
Box 16, Folder 173: “Proposal,” submitted to William and Patricia Child from Utah Valley State College (6 December 2006)

Has photograph of the original library in 1941 and a digital rendering of the new library/Digital Learning Center in 2008.

Box 16, Folder 173: “UVU Learning Center opens today,” by Elizabeth Stuart, Deseret News (1 July 2008)
Box 16, Folder 173: “Community and Leaders Joined in Library ribbon cutting to Celebrate UVU,” press release from UVU (2 July 2008)
subseries: Librarians
Box 16, Folder 174: Black and white copy of a photograph of Sylvia Fetterly Anderson (undated)

Sylvia Fetterly Anderson was the librarian at the Fairgrounds Campus.

Box 16, Folder 174: Black and white copies of photographs of George Tanner (undated)

George Tanner was the UTC and UVCC Library Director.

Box 16, Folder 174: Black and white photograph of possibly Grace Mayhew (undated)
Box 16, Folder 174: Black and white photographs of Carrol Reid (undated)

Carrol Reid was the Library Director from 1980-1992.

Box 16, Folder 174: Photo of Kim Rollins (undated)

Kim Rollins was the Assistant Library Director.

Box 16, Folder 174: Colored copies of photographs of Kim Rollins with Governor Jon Huntsman (undated)
Box 16, Folder 174: Colored copies of photographs of Mike Freeman (undated)

Mike Freeman was the UVSC Library Director starting in 1992 through present (2010).

Box 16, Folder 174: Strip of photographs of five Library Directors in the School’s history (undated)

The Library Directors were Sylvia Fetterly Anderson at the Fairgrounds Campus; Grace Mayhew, the first Librarian at the Provo Campus; George Tanner, 1969-1980; Carrol Reid, 1980-1992; and Mike Freeman, 1992-Present.

Box 16, Folder 174: Biographical sketches on all the head librarians and Library Directors in the School’s history, appears to be a project for a display about the library (undated)

Contains some handwritten notes and a sticky note.

Box 16, Folder 175-180: Activities and Student Life

Subseries consists of images, event fliers, and press releases of Explorer Scouts, LDS Church, and UVSC’s Shop’n the Options Open House held at the University Mall. Also includes excerpts from The Spectrum showcasing different activities, such as archery, skiing, and Rodeo Club. Lastly it contains the UVU Day Proclamation from Mayor Jerry C. Washburn of Orem.

subseries: Explorer Scouts
Box 16, Folder 175: Black and white photograph of Explorer Scouts being instructed in Foundry Practice (1941)
Box 16, Folder 175: Black and white photograph of Explorer Scouts learning auto-mechanics (circa 1941)
subseries: General
Box 16, Folder 176: Black and white copies of pages 93-95 of the 1969 issue of The Spectrum. (1969)

Activities pictured are archery, skiing, and golf.

Box 16, Folder 176: Black and white copies of pages 72, 76, and 102 of the 1970 issue of The Spectrum. (1970)

Activities pictured are Alpine Club, Rodeo Club, Ping Pong, and Skiing class. Douglas Jorgensen is the instructor of the skiing class.

Box 16, Folder 176: Black and white copies of pages 114-115 of the 1971 issue of The Spectrum. (1971)

Activity that is pictured is the Rodeo club. The members of the Rodeo club pictured are Kelly KirkPatrick, Jim Young, Larry Norton, Kim Simpson, Marlow Swensen, Barbara Taylor, Russell Black (Advisor), Brent Hanks, Buck Butler, Doug Erickson, Gary Cook, Tom Kee, Lee Probst, Paul Hardman and (Advisory).

Box 16, Folder 176: Black and white photo collage of activities (undated)
Box 16, Folder 176: Black and white photo collage of student life (undated)
Box 16, Folder 176: “War? Teach-In,” flyer (22 January 2003)
Box 16, Folder 176: “Elements String Quartet,” flyer for a free concert courtesy of Utah Valley State College, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (26 April 2003)
Box 16, Folder 176: “UVUphoria Events” (May-July 2008)

Events led up to the University celebration.

subseries: LDS Church
Box 16, Folder 177: Black and white photograph of President Wilson W. Sorensen and President Spencer W. Kimball of the LDS Church on a campus tour after the dedication (March 1977)
Box 16, Folder 178: “Institute at UVSC poised to expand,” by Laura Warner, Deseret Morning News (14 September 2004)
Box 16, Folder 178: Color photograph of Jack R. Christiansen (undated)

Jack R. Christiansen was the Director of the Orem Institute of Religion.

Box 16, Folder 178: Brief biographical highlight of Jack R. Christiansen (undated)
subseries: Shop’n the Options Open House
Box 16, Folder 179: Colored photographs from Shop’n the Options—UVSC Open House held at the University Mall (circa 28 March 1995)

Photographs include courses that are offered in the various departments on campus such as Robotics, Legal Assisting, Art, and Puppet Making.

Box 16, Folder 179: Envelope the photographs from the UVSC Open House were put into after development (28 March 1995)
Box 16, Folder 179: Negatives for the photographs of the UVSC Open House (28 March 1995)
subseries: UVU Day Proclamation
Box 16, Folder 180: Proclamation from Jerry C. Washburn designating July 1, 2008 as Utah Valley University Day (24 June 2008)

Jerry C. Washburn was the Mayor of Orem. Donna R. Weaver was the City Recorder that signed the Proclamation. Also contains a sticky note from Vale Hale to E. Mark Bezzant.

Box 19, Box 5, Page 6, Box 17, Folder 183-188, Box 16, Folder 181-182: Employees

Subseries contains biographical information and images of President Hyrum Edward Johnson, the first President of Central Utah Vocational School. Photographs of early Faculty and Staff starting as early as 1941 are available. Also contained are photographs and positions of former employees circa 1978. This sub-series also includes lists of former employees, state officials involved with the school, and current employees with long-term service. There is also a section of award nominations that lists Teachers of the Year 1976-2000, press releases, Awards of Excellence 2003-2008, and letters of nomination and recommendation written by E. Mark Bezzant for various people. Also, it contains press releases regarding the presidents of the school. Lastly there are interviews conducted by E. Mark Bezzant, between 2005 and 2009, with significant people in the school’s history. The people interviewed were Julie Bagley, Connie Bond, Jack Boswell, Bob Clark, Jill Smith Danley, JD Davidson, Elaine Englehardt, Dennis Farsnworth, Bonnie Henrie, J. Marvin Higbee, Mike Jacobsen, Bruce Jensen, Jack Jensen, Marc Jerome, Ellen Loveland, Robert Loveridge, Linda Makin, Larry Marsing, Jim Michaelis, Janel Mitchell, Bob Rasmussen, Richard Rasmussen, Tom Rasmussen, Lori Richards, Judy Robertson, Hugh Rode, Kerry Romesburg, Bill Sederburg, Wilson Sorensen, Lucille Stoddard, Ray Walker, and Doug Warner.

subseries: Hyrum Edward Johnson
Box 16, Folder 181: History of Hyrum Edward Johnson’s life (undated)

author unknown

Box 16, Folder 181: Fax from Nancy L. Smith concerning research on Hyrum Edward Johnson, copied from another source (undated)

Nancy L. Smith was the Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations.

Box 16, Folder 181: Colored copy of a portrait Hyrum Edward Johnson, no date given (undated)
Box 16, Folder 181: Black and white photographs of Hyrum Edward Johnson and associates during his time with the school
subseries: Photographs of early Faculty and Staff
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the first faculty, persons not identified (1941)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of Foundry Practice at the Spanish Fork Foundry (1941)

George E. Larsen Instructor and L.C. Bates Superintendent.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the CUVS faculty and staff (1941)

The people pictured are: H.E. Johnson, L.H. Bates, Wilson Sorensen, D.C. Brimhall, B.M. Jolley, Clarence Tuttle, Ross Anderson, E.H. Backman, Walter D. Batchelor, Harold G. Clar, Reed Clegg, Marguerite Butler, Lucille Halliam, Russell Stansfield, George E. Larsen, Roy Barnett, Myron Jense, Orville Gunther, LeRoy Curtic, D.C. Schmutz, R.E. Maxfield, W.E. Johnson, William Larsen, Hugh McLeran, John Mitchell, M.L. Johnson, Alfred Hayes, Keith Hunter, Lynn Wakefield, John I. Lamph, J.W. Nielson, J.O. Ward, Glen J. Wing, E.L. Nelson, Beryl Theurer, LaVere Wadley, Harold Carline, J.H. Comer, H.E. Raddatz, Eldon G. Westover, Delbert Fugal, Maude Humphries, V.A. Powell, Miriam Taylor, Farrell Spencer, Alex Mortensen, Harriet Vigen, Earl Blumenthal, Ira Longhurst, Blaine Allen, Lloyd Lawton, Norman Whitaker, Norma Geertson, Richard Greenland, Arthur Powell, Kathryn Sorensen, Mayna Conover, Grace Croft, Mary Snell, Maxine Harding, and Harry Forsyth.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the signing of SB 77 (15 March 1945)

NOTE: Governor Herbert B. Maw, Wilson W. Sorensen, and Howard B. Gunderson are pictured. Wilson W. Sorensen was the local director of CUVS and Howard B. Gunderson was State Director of Vocational Education. SB 77 made CUVS a state school with an appropriation of $50,000 for the biennium.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Welding Advisory Committee at the Provo Campus (1947)

Erschel Shepherd, Harold Bunnell, Zeno Adams, “Whitie” Egbert, and Byron Briggs are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of an aerial view of the Provo Campus prior to any buildings being constructed (1948)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Teacher Training class (circa 1944)

Von H. Robertson, George E. Larsen, Harrison Schott, Reed Clegg, William Laursen, Vern Powell, Joey Nielsen, Don Vendicott, A. Bush, Harriet Vigen, Jack Mitchell, Eldon Nelson, R.E. Mansfield, and D.C. Brimhall are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the UTC staff (1952)

The people pictured are: William Laursen, Mable Olsden, Lucile Macfarlane, Syvia Anderson, Ruth Brown, Grace Mayhew, Ray Barrett, Donald Manson, Rex Griffith, Harrison Scott, Carlton Wilson, Karl Herde, Zeno Adams, Mont Giles, Raymond Sturm, Roy Despain, Carl Nielsen, Harold Hinkins, Don James, Robert Flutot, Joseph Perri, Wilson Sorensen, Keith Hunter, Reed Allen, Marion Christensen, Erschael Shepherd, Evan Theobald, Fred Turner Vernon Christensen, and Ernest H. Dean.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Automotive Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

Joseph Perri, Niels Rasmussen, Dee Byergo, William Smith, Dean Dennis, Earl Halverson, and Max De St. Jeor are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Business Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

Shirley Hogan, Kathy Elliott, and LaPreal LeBaron are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Electrical Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

G.W. Rawlings, Leonard Madsen, Max Curtis, Jack E. Strong, William Cox, and William White are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Farm Forging Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

Fred Openshaw, Joel Barlow, Karl Bunnell, J.H. Harvey, William Laursen, Fred Cornaby, and Carlton Wilson are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photographs of the General Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

Lynn Sorensen, William Witherspoon, Marguerite Beaser, Clyde Child, Ronald Bills, Ken Will, Frank Dain, Jennings Lee, Dave Greenwood, and Tracy Hicken are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Refrigeration Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

Allan Davis Don Klineman, Richard Kendall, Harlin Johnston, and Rex Griffiths are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Welding Advisory Committee (1959-1960)

C. W. Marble, Ershel Shepherd, Zeno Adams, Alonzo Anderson, Earl Cottom, Terry Lott, K. Davids, and W.B. Shannon are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the final inspection of the multi-purpose building on the Provo Campus (1962)

Wilson Sorensen, Bruce Dixon, Pete Kennedy, Kenneth Williams, John Jensen, J.S. Clark, Haymer S. Culp, and L.E. Johnson are pictured

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Provo Campus multi-purpose building main entrance (undated)

Building dedicated March 20, 1963

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Advisory committee for Fireman Training Safety and Public Service Occupations (1964)

Della Clark was the Chairperson. Gerald L. Oviatt, Mayor Verl Dixon, Della Clark, Casper A. Melson, Baurris L. Dennis, Edward Pitcher, Winston Crawford, Willaim G. Ruff, Dwight Wakefield, Quayle Cannon Jr., and Keith Macfarlane are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of a driver training car furnished by United Sales Company (1964)

Glen Pagen, Wilson Sorensen, and Clarence Harmon are pictured. Glen Pagen was a salesman and Clarence Harmon was the owner of the United Sales Company.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white photograph of the Vocational School (circa 1960-1969)

Grant Taylor, Winston Crawford, Robert Carlson, Oscar Carlson Jr., John Sumionson, Verl Nuttal, and Merrill Biddolph are pictured. Winston Crawford was the instructor.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Orem Campus site (1972)

Wilson W. Sorensen and Dale Peterson are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Orem Campus (3 March 1975)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the dedication of the Orem Campus (14 March 1977)

The services were held in business education, second level.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Wilson W. Sorensen giving LDS Church President Spencer W. Kimball a campus tour after the Orem Campus dedication (March 1977)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of LaVar Rockwood, President Wilson W. Sorensen, and George Tanner by the Library and Learning Resources Center (28 September 1978)

LaVar Rockwood was the Dean of Administrative Services and George Tanner was the Librarian.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Institutional Council (1979)

Lee Barrus, Grant Burgon, Robert E. Halladay, Edward B. Anderson, Hilron Honyaoma, Wilson Sorensen, David Jacobsen, Charles L. Bares, Eris Y. Sumner, and Boyd C. Sunderland are pictured. Lee Barrus was the Student Body President, and Grant Burgon was Chairman.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Scott Matheson signing the proclamation for Wilson Sorensen Week (17-20 May 1982)

Governor Scott Matheson, Wilson W. Sorensen, Dean McDonald, and Robert Halladay are pictured.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy a photograph of J. Marvin Higbee’s inauguration ceremonies (19 November 1982)

Kem Gardner and J. Marvin Higbee are pictured. Kem Gardner was the Chairman of the Utah State Board of Regents.

Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of retiring President Wilson W. Sorensen and the new president J. Marvin Higbee (1 June 1982)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Norm Bangerter signing the AS Degrees (1985)
Box 16, Folder 182: Colored copy of a portrait of President Hyrum Johnson (undated)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of President William W. Sorensen (undated)
Box 16, Folder 182: Colored copy of a photograph of President J. Marvin Higbee (undated)
Box 16, Folder 182: Colored copy of a photograph of President Kerry D. Romesburg (undated)
Box 16, Folder 182: Colored copy of a photograph of President William A. Sederburg (undated)
Box 16, Folder 182: Colored photograph of Lucille Stoddard (undated)
Box 16, Folder 182: Black and white copy of a photograph of Bob Blackwell (undated)

Bob Blackwell was an instructor.

subseries: Former Employees
Box 17, Folder 183-184: Papers with photographs of former employees with a list of their positions (circa 1978)

Papers are stored in two folders. Folder 183 has 17 pgs and Folder 184 has 17 pgs. Those employees who photographs are missing but their position is listed, their names are underlined. Employees in folder 183 are: Steve Adams, Terry Adams, Pamela Ainsworth, Linda Alldredge Reed Allen, Ava Andelin, Douglas Anderson, Lana Anderson, Trudy Anderson, Becky Angus, Lynn Asay, Helen Ashton, Elizabeth Ayala, James Barnes, Donald Barney, June Bartholomew, Billy Baum, Benjamin Bean, Barbara Bearnson, Thomas Bearden, Elwin Beaumont, Leah Benevento, Sharon Benson, Christene Bernhardt, Margaret Betts, Wesley Bitters, Donald Black, Leona Black, Russell Black, Robert Blackwell, Clarence Boswell, Ruth Boswell, Anita Bradford, Keith Bradford, Douglas Bradley, Grace Bramall, Harold Bramall, Ruth Broderick, Lynn Brough, June Brown, Susan Brown, Hyrum Grant Butler, David W. Butts, Ray Butts, Marilyn Call, Maxilyn Capell, Doug Carter, Christine Child, Sue Chinn, Bud Christensen, Joyce Christensen, Maxine Christensen, William Clapp, Alan Clark, Billy Clark, Larry Clark, Ralph Clark, Robert Clark, Donn Claybaugh, Dennis Clayton, Mary Jane Clayton, David Cloward, David Coil, Thoral Collings, John Collins, Gerald Conder, Judy Conder, Henry Davis, Anne Cox, John Crandall, Lars Crandall, Carl Crawford, Reed Crawford, Norm Crosby, Spencer Crosby, Barry Cuell, George Cunningham, David Dahl, Jerry Davidson, Allan Davis, Vernon Fisher. Kristine Davis, Ernest H. Dean, Annelle Derrick, Richard Despain, Lora Disborw, Elain Drake, Wilbur Drake, Dick Duffin, Lois Dunn, Robert Dunn, Robert Eberly, Clyde Edwards, Horace Ekker, Barry K. Ellis, Margaret Ellis, Gloria Englehardt, Elaine Entrekin, Cynthia Estes, Gordon Evans, Calvin Ewell, Kendal Ewell, Robert Fair, Eileen Farley, Dennis Farnsworth, Ross Fazzio, Jay Fielding, Vernon Fisher (Name is written in, no other information is available), Kenneth Foster, Eric Frame, Ruth Ann Fronk, Joan Gallagher, Craig Gappmayer, Gary Gardner, Robert Goodwin, Joshua Grace, Denise Grange, Mern Greenhalgh, Dennis P. Greer, Elizabeth Greyeyes, Shirl Groneman, Fred Guymon, Renae Guymon, Kenneth Hacking, Wallace Hamblin, Ellen Hansen, Paul Hardman, Bonnie Harris, Gwen Hartley, Chester Heath, Wallace Henrie, Barbara Ann Hoge, Roger Honeyman, Carol Hoover, Mark Hoover, Eleanor Horton, Thomas Hover, Jon Howe, Veonne Howlett, Olena Hunt, Steven R. Iman, Kathy Lynn Ivie, Ann Jackson, Connie Jackson, Don E. James, Robert B. Jenkins, Clarence Jensen, Gloria Jensen, Jack Jensen, Janice Jensen, Oscar Jesperson, Blenda Johnson, Carl Johnson, Douglas Johnson, Gaylen Johnson, Joan Johnson, Karen Johnson, Michael Johnson, and Norma Joiner. Employees in Folder 184 are: Douglas Jorgensen, Don Kartchner, Thomas Keele, Richard Kendall, Renee Kennedy, Kristine Kidman, Dean Killpack, Bernard Knapp, Jiff Kovarik, Richard Larsen, Larey Lawrence, Julie Lathrop, Wendall Lebaron, Michael Lee, David Lender, Brandie Logson, Susanne Loris, Rex Losee, Jimmy Loveridge, Sterling Ludlow, Elma Mack, Deena Mann, Francis Mannie, Marlow Marchant, Shirley G. Marshall, Betty Martin, Dee Martin, George Mattinson, Myra McCain, Dale McClellan, Ted McGhee, Allan McKay, Ralph Merrill, James Michaelis, Donald Miller, Blanche Miller, Rebecca Millican (Name is handwritten in with no other information given), Vince Miner, John Moore, Lee Morris, James Morrey, Ben Mortensen, Gordon Moses, Julie Musselman, David Nelson, Dale V. Nelson, Linda Newton, David Nicklas, Clyde Nielsen, Kay Nielsen, Ed Nolton, Carol Olive, Gilbert Olsen, Mable Olson, Donald J. Orth, Marjorie Painter, Willa Parker, Lindon Parks, Carole Ann Parsons, Cecelia Patterson, Robert Pedersen, Don Pendergrass, Michael Perkins, Kathleen Petersen, Robert H. Peterson, Don F. Phillips, Valerie Pillar, Barbara Pino, Janet Pino, Rux Plott, Uimaitua Poloai, Marilyn Prete, Nadine Quarnberg, Jannie Rakisit (Name handwritten in with no other information given, unsure of spelling for the last name), Magali Ramirez, Richard Rasmussen, Carrol Reid, Donald Reynolds, Erma Reynolds, Carl Roberts, John Robinson, Kathleen Robertson, LaVar Rockwood, Audomaro Rodriguez, Erin Rollins, Priscella Roman, Vard Roper, Barry Roth, Sheron Roundy, Dennis Rowley, Dudley Rowley, Bruce Rumer, Sherrie Sabey, Daisy Schultz, Harrison Scott, Roger Scott, DeRay Shephard, Eric Skousen, Barbara Smith, Florence Smith, Katherine E. Smith, Rachelle Snell, Kathy Sorensen, Wilson W. Sorensen, Camille Spencer, Patricia Spencer, Sharon Staples, Madelyn Starley, Robert Steele, Terry K. Steele, Tricia Todd Stephenson, John Stonebraker (Name is handwritten with no other information is listed), Margaret Sullivan, Denis Surratt, Brenda Susoev, William Susoev, Goerge Tanner, Matilda Thomas, Randall Thomas, Rita Thomas, Annette Thomason (Name is handwritten in, no other information available), Sally Thompson, Lorriel Thorn, Charles Tinney, Jae Tolbert, Morris Told, Thomas L. Tolman, Stephen Trane, Joe Turner, Peter Uluave, Richard Van Zomeren, Barbara Walsh, Douglas Warner, Ramon Watkins, Newell Webb, Rulon Wells, Stephen Westling, Clyde Westwood, Hugh A. Wetmore, Damon White, William White, Jay Wilimek, Drew Williams, Lauriece Williams, Robert L. Wilson, Robert Wood, Charlcie Woodcock, Kent Wright, Carl Yeager, and Pablo Zabala.

subseries: Historical Lists of Names

List those employees associated with the school as well as state officials involved with the school.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Historical Lists,” Table of Contents (undated)

Subjects listed in the Table of Contents are Advisory Council Members; Architects, Construction Companies, and Miscellaneous Others; Current Employees with Long-term Service; Earliest Teachers, Presidents, and Staff; Faculty Senate Presidents; Governors Associated with UVSC; Past Foundation Board Members; Student Body Presidents; Utah State Board of Regents Chairs; Utah State Superintendents of Public Instruction; Utah System of Higher Education Commissioners; and UVSC Board of Trustees.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Advisory Council Members,” list of names and groups or organizations they are involved with, some information is taken from A Miracle in Utah Valley: The Story of Utah Technical College 1941-1982 (circa 2007)

The names listed are Stanley Adams, Don Allen, Ellen Allen, Edward B. Anderson, Emery Andrews, Clarence L. Ashton, Norval A. Bailey (Chairman), Karl Banks, Levi U. Barber, Charles L. Bates (Chairman), Richard J. Benson, Ronald S. Bills, George W. Black, Ivan D. Blain, Evan Blair, W. J. Bond, Ralph Bond Bonham, Richard M. Bradford, William F. Broadbent, Wallace W. Brockbank, James W. Brown, Gordon B Bullock, Grant C. Burgon (Chair), Mrs. Marvin Burgon, Clyde C. Child, Ralph Child, Keith W. Christensen, McKay Christensen, Dr. Stanley Clark, Mrs. Marion Clark, Ailleen Clyde, Arthur Coleman, Winston W. Crawford, Dan Croft, Odessa Cullimore, Frank Dain, Richard J. DeJong (Chair), Ross B. Denham, Verl Dixon, Max C. Elliott, Ernest Evans, O.V. Farsworth, Dewey Ford, Merrill Fox, Wendell J. Francis, Reona Frost, Myron J. Fulrath, Clarence Gammon, Monty Giles, Boyd Goodrich, David Greenwood, Donald B. Greenwood, Bruce T. Griffin, Rich Guercio, Mrs. Barbara Hales, Vera Hales, Robert E. Halladay (Chair), Melvin Reynolds Hanks, Wayne S. Hansen, Ray M. Harding, Floyd Harmer, Tracy Hicken, Marion Hinckley, Roger B. Honeyman, Hilton Honyaoma, W. Boyd Howarth, John R. Howe, Merrill Hymas, Yukus Y. Inouye (Vice Chair), Duane Jacobs, David A. Jacobsen, Bye E. Jensen, Raymond N. Jiacolatti, LeRoy Johnson, B.M. Jolley, Robert K. Karpowitz, Harvey King, Beverly D. Kumpfer, Jennings M. Lee, Billie Loader (Vice Chair), Karl R. Lyman, Thomas A. Marratt, Richard L. Marshall, Don McCurdy, Storm McDonald, Robert D. McDougall, Douglas L. Merkley, Orson L. Miner, Margaret R. Melson, Dr. Robert H. Nightingale, Raymond J. Noorda, Fred H. C. Openshaw, Don Overly, Glen A. Overton, Howard F. Pace (Vice Chair), F. Calvin Packard, William L. Palmer, Moyle Parker, Philip Perlman, Dan W. Peterson, Thomas A. Pierpont, Irene Rawlinson, Dorothy Rea, Joa A. Reidhead, Clifford L. Robb, Stanley D. Roberts, Joe Rowley, Howard Ruff, Erick Sandstrom, Eugene Santa Maria, Walter Seiter, Legrand Smith, Vera Snedden, C. Thomas Spivey, DeLance W. Squire, Russell N. Stansfield, Lucille Steele, Marsha Stewart, David J. Stone, Rowan Stutz, Eris Y. Sumner, Richard Sumsion, Boyd C. Sunderland, Noel Swain, Calvin Swensen, Grant S. Thorn (Vice-Chair), Jerry G. Thorn, Paul Thorpe, LeRue E. Thurston (Chair), Anton Tone, Ferrin D. Van Wagoner, Charles B. Walker, Glen Wanlass, Max Warner, Jerry C. Washburn, Brent J. Welch, Eldon Westover, Theo Westring, Robert C. Whiteman, Joy Wimmer, Ken Witt, Mary Anne Q. Wood (Chair), William K. Wotherspoon, and Elmo Young.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Architects, Construction Companies, and Miscellaneous Others,” list of names and groups, some of the information is taken from A Miracle in Utah Valley: The Story of Utah Technical College 1941-1982 (circa 2007)

The names listed are: Steve Baugh, Bettilyons Construction Company, Bruce Dixon and Associated, Cannon Papaniokolas, Culp Construction Company, Paul Dunkley, Frank Ferguson, Groneman Construction Company, Bruce Jensen, Joseph Nelson and Sons, Lee Knell and Associates, Richard Prows, Clyde D. Sandgren, Zabriskie and Pett, Fred Markham, Howard B. Gunderson, Spencer W. Kimball. The author of A Miracle in Utah Valley: The Story of Utah Technical College 1941-1982 is Wilson Sorensen.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Current Employees with Long-term Service,” list of names, positions, years of service, and start-date (circa 2007)

About 101 names are listed.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Earliest Teachers,” list of names and their subjects, some of the information is taken from A Miracle in Utah Valley: The Story of Utah Technical College 1941-1982 (circa 2007)

About 85 names are listed.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Early School Teachers, Presidents, and Staff,” list of names, positions, and the year they retired, some of the information is taken from A Miracle in Utah Valley: The Story of Utah Technical College 1941-1982 (circa 2007)

About 435 names are listed.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Faculty Senate Presidents,” list of names and the years they served (circa 2007)
Box 17, Folder 185: “Governors Associated with UVSC,” list of names and birth and death years, some of the information is taken from A Miracle in Utah Valley: The Story of Utah Technical College 1941-1982 (circa 2007)
Box 17, Folder 185: “Past Foundation Board Members,” list of names and organizations they were involved with (circa 2007)

About 121 names are listed.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Student Body Presidents,” list of names and years they served (circa 2007)

Every year from 1946-2008.

Box 17, Folder 185: List of former Regents and their dates of service (1969-2004)

Also has a list of former student regents and which school they represent. From 1977-1996.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Utah State Board of Regents Chairs,” list of names, years they served as the Chair, and their profession (circa 2007)

About 12 names are listed from about 1969-2007.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Utah State Superintendents of Public Instruction,” list of names of superintendents that were associated with UVSC (circa 2007)

About 17 names are listed.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Utah State Board of Education,” pictures, names, and contact information for Board Members from 15 Districts as well as Board of Regents Appointments, Executive Officer and Board Secretary (circa 2007)
Box 17, Folder 185: “Utah System of Higher Education Commissioners” (1969-2007)

There have been seven Commissioners during this time frame.

Box 17, Folder 185: “UVSC Board of Trustees,” list of names (circa 2007)

30 names listed.

Box 17, Folder 185: “Board of Trustees” (1978-2007)
Box 17, Folder 185: “ACE/PACE Presidents” (1983-2009)
subseries: Employees
Box 17, Folder 186: “MMMA Officers Elected,” newspaper article (1975-1976)

Emphasis on Tom Rassmussen.

Box 17, Folder 186: “Utah Technical College Students Earn Honors,” newspaper article (1975-1976)

Emphasis on Tom Rassmussen.

Box 17, Folder 186: “Girls encouraged to break career boundaries,” By Sheila Sanchez, The Daily Herald (1998-1999)

Emphasis on Tom Rassmussen.

Box 17, Folder 186: “Universities Represented by Doctorates Contract Faculty/Administrators 1996-1997,” Source: UVSC, Vice-President for Academic Affairs (24 January 2008)
Box 17, Folder 186: List of current employees, their position, and years of employment (circa 2007)
Box 17, Folder 186: “Current Employees with Long-term Service” (circa 2007)
Box 17, Folder 186: List of employees, their positions, and UVUID (undated)
Box 17, Folder 186: “Retired UVSC Employees” (1975-2008)
subseries: Award Nominations
Box 17, Folder 187: “Distinguished Employee of the Semester,” Source: UVSC Professional Association of College Employees (circa September 1994-June 1998)
Box 17, Folder 187: “Honorary Degree Recipients,” Source: UVSC College Relations (1990-1998)
Box 17, Folder 187: “Teacher of the Year,” Source: UVSC Vice President of Academic Affairs (1976-2000)
Box 17, Folder 187: Article about Wilford Clyde being inducted into the Friends of Wolverine Athletics (2000)
Box 17, Folder 187: Press release about Senator Bennett receiving an honorary doctorate degree from UVSC (30 April 2004)
Box 17, Folder 187: List of awards for the 2003-2004 school year (2003-2004)
Box 17, Folder 187: List of awards for the 2004-2005 school year (2004-2005)
Box 17, Folder 187: “2006 Awards of Excellence” (2006)
Box 17, Folder 187: “2007 Awards of Excellence” (2007)
Box 17, Folder 187: “2008 Awards of Excellence” (2008)
Box 17, Folder 187: Different versions of a photo collage to be given as recognition of service to the school (circa 2008)
Box 17, Folder 187: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to President Sederburg and Members of the Board of Trustees, nomination of Greg Jackson for the Trustee Award (29 January 2007)
Box 17, Folder 187: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to President Sederburg and Members of the Board of Trustee, nomination of Linda Makin for a Board of Trustees Award of Excellence (29 January 2007)
Box 17, Folder 187: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to President Sederburg and Members of the Board of Trustees, nomination of Mike Jacobsen for UVSC’s highest award (29 January 2008)
Box 17, Folder 187: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to the Members of the Trustees Selection Committee nomination of Bob Rasmussen for the 2009 Trustee Award (circa 2008-2009)
Box 17, Folder 187: Nomination of Liz Andrus for Advisor of the Year by E. Mark Bezzant (undated)
Box 17, Folder 187: Nomination of Dr. Laurie Hadley and Sharon Bluth for the Presidential Award of Engagement by E. Mark Bezzant (undated)
Box 17, Folder 187: Guide to attributes that deserve the Presidential Award of Engagement (undated)
Box 17, Folder 187: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to the Members of the Trustees Selection Committee, nomination of Ray Walker for the Trustees Award (undated)
Box 17, Folder 187: Letter from E. Mark Bezzant to the Members of the Trustees Selection Committee, nomination of Vickie Walker for the Trustee Award (undated)
subseries: Presidents of the School Press Releases
Box 17, Folder 188: “UVSC Wilson Sorensen File,” The Daily Herald (27 September 2002)
Box 17, Folder 188: “UVSC Sound Bites,” The Daily Herald (27 September 2002)
Box 17, Folder 188: “He laid the foundation,” by Tad Walch, The Daily Herald (27 September 2002)
Box 17, Folder 188: “Regents pick UVSC chief,” by Jeffrey P. Haney, Deseret News (17 December 2002)
Box 5: “CEO of the Month: William A. Sederburg, President of UVSC,” by Carly Johnston. Chamber Insider (June 2007)

The whole magazine is available. This particular article is on page 6. The magazine is filed with the strategic planning section.

Box 17, Folder 188: “Bill Sederburg, Utah Valley State College,” Utah Business: The Magazine for Decision Makers (March 2008)

Entire magazine available but this specific article is on page 24. Contains sticky note on the cover containing note to “President,” from Briant Farnsworth II.

Box 17, Folder 188: “Hitch named UVU interim president,” Deseret News (17 July 2008)
Box 17, Folder 188: “Legacy of UVU’s Sederburg remembered,” by Jens Dana, Deseret News (21 August 2008)
Box 17, Folder 188: “UVU bids fond farewell to president,” by Jens Dana, Deseret News (22 August 2008)
subseries: Interviews
Box 17, Folder 188: Bagley, Julie, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Bond, Connie, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Boswell, Jack, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Clark, Bob, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Danley, Jill Smith, interview, DVD recording (23 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Davidson, JD, interview, DVD recording (15 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Englehardt, Elaine, interview, DVD recording (15 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Farsnworth, Dennis, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Henrie, Bonnie, interview, DVD recording (27 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Higbee, J. Marvin, interview, DVD recording (27 February 2007)
Box 17, Folder 188: Jacobsen, Mike, interview, DVD recording (23 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Jensen, Bruce, interview, DVD recording (21 August 2008)
Box 17, Folder 188: Jensen, Jack, interview, DVD recording (30 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Jerome, Marc, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Loveland, Ellen, interview, DVD recording (23 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Loveridge, Robert, interview, DVD recording (4 February 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Makin, Linda, interview, DVD recording (15 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Marsing, Larry, interview, DVD recording (4 February 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Michaelis, Jim, interview, DVD recording (27 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Mitchell, Janel, interview, DVD recording (27 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Rasmussen, Bob, interview, DVD recording (4 February 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Rasmussen, Richard, interview, DVD recording (4 February 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Rasmussen, Tom, interview, DVD recording (23 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Richards, Lori, interview, DVD recording (15 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Robertson, Judy, interview, DVD recording (27 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Rode, Hugh, interview, DVD recording (23 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Romesburg, Kerry, interview, DVD recording (undated)

The first one simply says “SCUP,“ and the second one says “Timecode Burn SCUP.”

Box 17, Folder 188: Sederburg, Bill, interview, Interview, DVD recording (8 January 2009)

The second DVD contains the timecode.

Box 17, Folder 188: Sorensen, Wilson, interview, DVD recording (26 August 2005)

The second DVD has a different label and the third DVD contains the timecode.

Box 17, Folder 188: Stoddard, Lucille, interview, DVD recording (5 March 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Walker, Ray, interview, DVD recording (27 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 188: Warner, Doug, interview, DVD recording (16 January 2009)
Box 17, Folder 189-193: Materials for Display, Specifically the UVSC History WH Wall

Subseries contains the materials and images used in the displays. The specific display subjects were Buildings and Grounds, Campuses, Leadership, Staff and Community, and Students.

subseries: Buildings and Grounds
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Rock Canyon CCC Camp (1938)

Fairgrounds Campus

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of Utah County Fairgrounds and Rock Canyon CCC Camp (1938)
Box 17, Folder 189: Diagram of the Fairgrounds Campus (circa 1940)

Specifies locations of the buildings and what they were used for.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Fairgrounds Campus Recreation Building (circa 1940)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Backman Foundry (1941)

NOTE: Fairgrounds Campus

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of Provo High School (1943)

The Fairgrounds Campus was next to Provo High School. The high school appears to be in the middle of deconstruction.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of the Fairgrounds Campus (1943)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of the Vocational School site (undated)

The Provo High School Site and the BYU Stadium are also labeled. Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of Central Utah Vocational School entrance (undated)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the CUVS Truck (1954)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of Central Utah Vocational School, Fall (1958)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the entrance of Utah Technical College at Provo (1963)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the temporary building used for business classes (1966)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of Utah Technical College (June 1967)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of Utah Valley Technical College (undated)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of Utah Valley Technical College (undated)

Provo Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Wilson Sorensen in a corn crop on the future site of the Orem Campus (13 September 1967)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Orem Campus (3 March 1975)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Student Center Building (January 8, 1977)

Orem Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the dedication of the Orem Campus (March 14, 1977)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of students in hall of Tech Building (undated)

Orem Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of Orem Campus

Seems to be in the early years after the construction of the campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of an aerial photograph of UVCC (1988)

Orem Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Orem Campus (undated)
Box 17, Folder 189: Map of Orem Campus (undated)
Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of UVSC (2000)

Orem Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copy of a photograph of UVSC (2003)

Orem Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white photograph of the pioneer house built by the Bunnell family

House built in 1892. The house still stands on campus. Photograph of the Orem Campus.

Box 17, Folder 189: Black and white copies of photographs of UVSC

Orem Campus.

subseries: Campuses
Box 17, Folder 190: Black and white copies of photographs of the school, students, and faculty during the school’s time as Central Utah Vocational School (undated)
Box 17, Folder 190: Black and white copies of photographs of the school, students, and faculty during the time as Utah Trade Technical Institute (undated)
Box 17, Folder 190: Black and white copies of photographs of the school, students, and faculty during the school’s time as Utah Technical College at Provo and Utah Technical College at Orem (undated)
Box 17, Folder 190: Black and white copies of photographs of the school, students, and faculty during the school’s time as Utah Valley Community College (undated)
Box 17, Folder 190: Black and white copies of photographs of the school, students, and faculty during the school’s time as Utah Valley State College (undated)
subseries: Leadership
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Hyrum E. Johnson (undated)

President Johnson was the first president of the school. He served 1941-1946.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Lorenzo E. Peterson (circa 1945)

Lorenzo E. Peterson was Acting Director from July 1945 through September 1945 when President Johnson paid leave due to health reasons.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Wilson Sorensen (undated)

President Sorensen served from 1946-1982. He had been the treasurer and purchasing agent under President Johnson.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Sorensen and Dale Peterson
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Sorensen, Senator Warren Pugh and Dr. Dee Martin (undated)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Sorensen and President Spencer W. Kimball (undated)

President Kimball was the president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Sorensen, LaVar Rockwood, and George Tanner (undated)

George Tanner was the Library Director from 1969-1980.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Sorensen, Dr. LeRoy Nelson, and Glen Swensen
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of retiring President Sorensen and new President J. Marvin Higbee (circa 1982)

President Higbee was President from 1982-1987.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Higbee and Ken Gardner
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copies of photographs of President Higbee (undated)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President Kerry D. Romesburg (undated)

President Romesburg was president from 1988-2002.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Interim President Lucille Stoddard (undated)

Lucille Stoddard served as Interim President from 1987-1988 and 2002-2003.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of President William A. Sederburg (undated)

President Sederburg served from 2003-2008.

Box 17, Folder 191: Copy of a photo of Donald L. Manson (undated)

He served as the Educational Vice President 1965-1968 and the Assistant to President 1968-1972.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Automotive Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Business Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Electrical Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Electronic Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Farm Forging Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the General Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Machine Shop Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Practical Nurse Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Refrigeration Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Welding Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Wood Trade Advisory Committee (1959-1960)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of the signing of the bill, making CUVS a state institution (April 1945)

Governor Maw, President Sorensen, and Howard Sundusen are pictured.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Scott Matheson (undated)

Governor Matheson served as governor from 1965-1977.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Matheson, President Sorensen, and Dee Martin (undated)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Matheson, President Sorensen, Dean McDonald, and Robert Halladay (undated)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Matheson and President Sorensen (undated)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Leavitt (undated)
Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Dr. Leon McCarrey (circa 1981)

Dr. McCarre was the Acting Commissioner of the Utah State Board of Regents, January 1-July 1981.

Box 17, Folder 191: Black and white copy of a photograph of Arvo Van Alstyne (circa 1980-1987)

Arvo Van Alstyne was the Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer of the Utah State Board of Regents from August 1981 through January 1985.

subseries: Staff and Community
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the CUVS Electricity Class—Boiler Room (1941)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the first faculty (1941)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Teacher Training Class (1941)
Box 17, Folder 192: Copy of a newspaper photo of the CUVS faculty and staff (1942)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Teacher Training Class (1942)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the South County Courtroom—Management of Personnel (1943)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the U.S. Employment Services in Provo CUVS War Commissioning Event (undated)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of Wilson Sorensen, Bruce Dixon, Pete Kennedy, Kenneth Williams, John Jensen, J.S. Clark, Haymer S. Culp, and L.E. Johnson (undated)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of Bill Gilchrist, Wilson Sorensen, and Richard Weiss (undated)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of Grant C. Burgon, Wilson Sorensen, Charles L. Bates, and Neal A. Maxwell (undated)

Grant Burgon was the chairman of the institutional council, Charles Bates was the president of Valtek, and Neal Maxwell was a member of the Utah Board of Regents.

Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of Wilson Sorensen, L. Robert Webb, Mr. Billings, and Emily W. Tyler (undated)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the name change (June 1967)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the staff (1977)
Box 17, Folder 192: Copy of a photo of the first graduation service on the Orem Campus (31 May 1979)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Institutional Council (1979)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of a staff skiing trip (1979)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of Governor Norm Bangerter signing A.S. Degree (1985)
Box 17, Folder 192: Black and white copy of a photograph of the staff and community (undated)
subseries: Students
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of students setting up a carnival (1953)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a cheerleader posing (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a choir (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of Miss Utah Valley Technical College (UVTC) (1973)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of dances (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a parade float for Beacon Café (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of a Christmas party (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of students roller skating (1969)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a basketball game, . . (2 December 1966)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of a basketball game (undated)

Photographs seem to be from the same game in the previous photograph on December 2, 1966.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of two men sitting at a table with a basketball (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of two men sitting at a table with a basketball trophy (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a rodeo rider (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a volleyball player (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Aircraft Mechanics Class for CUVS (1941)

Photograph was taken at the Provo Municipal Airport. Hugh McLaren was the instructor.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of Auto Mechanics Classes (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of an Auto Mechanics Class (undated)

Jim Bartlome, Larry Givan, Wilson Sorensen, and Ralph Luke are pictured.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of an Auto Mechanics Class for UTTI (1966)

Joe Perri was the instructor.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of Blacksmith and Forgery Classes (1943)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Business Class (1951)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of Business Classes (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of Drivers Training Class (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of an Electricity Class (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of Foundry Practice Class at CUVS (1941)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of Farm Technology Class (1951)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Home Economics Class (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of an Instrument Repair Class (1966)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of an Interior Design Class (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Lapidary Class (1951)

Lapidary is polishing stones.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a project for the Machine Shop (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Machine Shop Practice and CUVS (1941)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Machine Shop at the Fairgrounds Campus (1944)

John Silver was the instructor.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Machine Shop Class (1966)

Roy Despain was the instructor and he is on the right in the picture.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of general Mechanics Classes (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Needlecrafts Class (undated)

Rhea Malin was the instructor.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of Needlecraft Classes (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a student painting (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Signetics Partnership (undated)

William Gilchrist, Wilson W. Sorensen, and Richard Weiss are pictured in the photograph.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Signetics Partnership (undated)

Robert Weiss and Wilson Sorensen are pictured in the photograph.

Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Tent Making Class at CUVS (1941)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of Welding Classes (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a Wood Working Class (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of a general classroom (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of clubs (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of the Fire Science Advisory Council (undated)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of students meeting with Governor Mike Levitt (circa 1992-2003)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copy of a photograph of graduation ceremony (1979)
Box 17, Folder 193: Black and white copies of photographs of different student councils (undated)
Box 18, Folder 194-195: Research and Presentations

Subseries contains the hard copy of a PowerPoint Presentation entitled “A Miracle in America,” and “Sons of the Utah Pioneers,” as well as programs and agendas where E. Mark Bezzant presented on the history of the school. Also included are histories written about the school from various sources, including research and notes from E. Mark Bezzant.

subseries: Presentations
Box 18, Folder 194: “Utah Valley State College: A Miracle in America,” PowerPoint hard copy (undated)
Box 18, Folder 194: UVSC Board of Trustees Training Program (12 August 2005)

E. Mark Bezzant presented on the history of the College.

Box 18, Folder 195: National Presidential Advisory Board Sundance Retreat Agenda (31 March 2004)

E. Mark Bezzant gave a presentation on the History and Strategic Direction Overview of UVSC.

Box 18, Folder 195: Overview of UVSC (undated)
Box 18, Folder 195: “Sons of the Utah Pioneers,” PowerPoint hard copy,history of President Sederburg and the school (22 April 2004)

Appears to be presented by President Sederburg

subseries: Histories written about the school
Box 18, Folder 195: “Utah Valley State College,” Wikipedia (30 January 2007)
Box 18, Folder 195: “About UVSC: Historical Development,” author unknown, www.uvsc.edu (30 March 2004)
Box 18, Folder 195: “History of Utah Valley State College,” author unknown (undated)
Box 18, Folder 195: “UVSC History,” by E. Mark Bezzant (undated)
Box 18, Folder 195: E. Mark Bezzant’s handwritten notes, research, and graphs for “UVSC History” (undated)
Box 18, Folder 195: E. Mark Bezzant’s handwritten notes for “UVSC History” (undated)
Box 18, Folder 195: E-mail from Royanne Boyer to E. Mark Bezzant, giving the number of students trained annually at the school (26 March 2001)
Box 18, Folder 196-203: Bunnell Pioneer Home (1938-2009)

Series contains general history concerning the house, the Bunnell family and relatives, photographs, and applications for the National Register of Historic Buildings and the National Register of Historic Places.

Box 18, Folder 196-202: History of the Bunnell Family, Relatives, and House

Subseries consists of biographies of the Bunnell family and relatives as well as general history of the house.

Box 18, Folder 196-201: History of the Bunnell family, relatives, and house (undated)

Stored in six folders. Folder 1 has 47 pgs, Folder 2 has 50 pgs, Folder 3 has 50 pgs, Folder 4 has 47 pgs, Folder 5 has 45 pgs, and Folder 6 has 31 pgs.

Box 18, Folder 202: General history of the Bunnell House (undated)
Box 18, Folder 203: Correspondence

Subseries includes correspondence, mostly from Helen Weeks, in her efforts to get the Bunnell Pioneer Home on the National Register.

Box 18, Folder 203: Correspondence concerning the Bunnell House and the National Registry (September 1992-May 1997)

Most of the correspondence involves Helen Weeks.

Box 18, Folder 204-205: Applications

Subseries consists of applications submitted on behalf of the Bunnell pioneer home to be placed on the National Register of Historic Buildings and the National Register of Historic Places.

subseries: National Register of Historic Buildings
Box 18, Folder 204: E-mail from Royanne Boyer to E. Mark Bezzant, giving the number of students trained annually at the school (26 March 2001)
subseries: National Register of Historic Places
Box 18, Folder 205: Documents concerning the Bunnell House becoming registered as a historic place on the National Registry
Box 18, Folder 206: Press Releases

Subseries consists of press releases concerning the Bunnell Pioneer home.

Box 18, Folder 206: Press releases concerning the Bunnell House (February 1994-January 2008)
Box 18, Folder 207: Photographs

Subseries contains images of the Bunnell pioneer home, both interior and exterior shots.

Box 18, Folder 207: Colored photographs of the exterior of the Bunnell House (undated)
Box 18, Folder 207: Colored photographs of the interior of the Bunnell House (undated)
Box 20-25: Scrapbooks (1992-2003)

Series contains photographs clippings and other materials related to the Park City and Heber City Campuses.

subseries: Park City - Heber City
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 1: print, Park City Education Center
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 2: photograph, Park City Education Center, Kitchen
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 2: photograph, Park City Education Center, Broom Closit (sic)
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 3: photograph, Park City Education Center, Room 207
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 3: photograph, Park City Education Center, Computer room
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 3: photograph, Park City Education Center, Room 313
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 4: photograph, Park City Education Center, Front Desk
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 4: photograph, Park City Education Center, Student Lounge
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 4: photograph, Park City Education Center, Room 313
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 5: photograph, Park City Education Center, Computer Lab
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 5: photograph, Park City Education Center, Front Office
Box 19, Volume 1, Page 5: photograph, Park City Education Center, Advisement and Assessment Office
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 6: prints, Dr. Kerry D. Romesburg, President
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 6: prints, Dr. Barbara von Diether, Assistant to the President, Dean
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 7: article from The Park Record “UVCC may build near Silver Creek” (8 October 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 8: announcements from The Park Record, “Adjunct Faculty” job announcement (22 October 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 8: announcements from The Park Record, “Adjunct Faculty” job announcement (undated)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 8: announcements from The Park Record, “Volunteers” announcement for Hosts and Hostesses (undated)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 9: “The First Class Bulletin, ‘Prospects’” (November 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 10: article from The Salt Lake Tribune, “Regents to Let UVCC Confer 47Year Degrees” (11 November 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 11: article from The Salt Lake Tribune, “Rancher Offers 20 Acres for Branch of UVCC” (27 November 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 12: article from The Park Record, “Star Pointe Ranch plans made public” (3 December 1992 )
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 13: announcement from The Park Record, “Stake Your Claim in the Future! Park City’s Mine for the Mind, Utah Valley Community College” (10 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 14: article from The Park Record, “From dance to drumming, a range of classes available” (3 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 15: announcement from The Park Record, “Utah Valley Community College, Are you an Environmentalist?” (17 December 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 15: postcard: Park City
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 16: article from The Park Record, “Angus Pace and the ghost town of Atkinson, railroad hub” (17 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 17: news release, UVCC “UVCC Opens New Center in Park City” (18 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 18: article, from The Park Record, “UVCC Opens New Center in Park City” (24 December 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 18: article, from The Herald, “UVCC center will open in Park City” (23 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 19: article from The Park Record, “Regents OK Concept of UVCC campus” (24 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 20: article from The Park Record, “Regents OK Concept of UVCC campus” (24 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 21: announcement from The Park Record, “Utah Valley Community College, Business is Business!” (24 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 21: postcard: Park City, Utah
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 22: announcement from The Park Record, “Utah Valley Community College, Could Terrorism Strike Park City?” (31 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 23: postcard: Park City
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 23: article from Utah County Journal, “UVCC opens center in Park City” (30 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 24: “First Publication of the Summit Institute, ‘The Prospector’” (31 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 25: “The Prospector” (31 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 26: “Prospects” (January 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 27: page from The Park Record, “Utah Valley Community College, Congratulations to Mr. Billie Joe Morgan of Midway, Our First Full Time Student!”
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 28: announcement from The Park Record, “Utah Valley Community College, Is the Summit County Land7Use Plan Environmentally Sound?” (7 January 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 29: announcement from The Park Record, “Stake Your Claim in the Future! Park City’s Mine for the Mind, Dynamite Possibilities” (undated)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 30: postcard: (presumed to be Park City)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 30: print, Dr. Barbara von Diether on her horse “Hawk” on the George Johnson site
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 31: article from the Park City Business Review, “Carl Winters School offers films, classes, books in ‘Education Center,’” Winter (1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 32: article from The Herald, “Old Park City schoolhouse has a flavor all its own” (10 January 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 33: postcard, Park City
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 33: postcard, Park City, Utah
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 34-37: article from Park City’s The E.A.R. News Calendar, “The Old School” (January 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 38: article from The Park Record, “UVCC Exemption approved” (4 February 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 38: photograph, Park City Education Center
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 39: rest of the article (pg 38) from The Park Record, “UVCC Exemption approved” (4 February 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 40: “Second Publication of the Summit Institute, ‘The Prospector’” (20 February 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 41: announcement from The Wasatch Wave, “Algebra; Word Processing; Professional Driving,” Wednesday, March 3, 1993
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 42: postcard: Park City
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 43: announcement from The Wasatch Wave, “Algebra; Word Processing; Professional Driving” (10 March 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 44: “Third Publication of the Summit Institute, ‘The Prospector’” (5 April 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 44: announcement from Park City’s The E.A.R. News@Calendar, “It’s time to Pursue your Business Degree at UVCC In Park City” (April 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 45: announcement from Park City’s The E.A.R. News@Calendar, “It’s time to Pursue your Business Degree at UVCC In Park City” (April 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 46: “First Schedule on this Format, ‘Light up your Summer Nights, Utah Valley Community College, Park City. Utah’” (circa May 1993 )
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 47: newspaper insert from The Park Record and Wasatch Wave, “Get your College Degree in Park City at UVCC!” (May 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 48: rest of newspaper insert from The Park Record and Wasatch Wave, “Get your College Degree in Park City at UVCC!” (May 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 49: cover of Park City Lodestar, Summer (1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 50-52: article from Park City Lodestar, “The Town that Vanished,” Summer (1993)

includes photograph on pg 52 (presumed to be of Atkinson, Utah)

Box 19, Volume 2, Page 53: 7 photographs (presumed to be of Atkinson, Utah) (undated)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 54: 6 photographs (presumed to be of Atkinson, Utah) (undated)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 55: article from the Park Record “Angus Pace and the ghost town of Atkinson, railroad hub” (17 December 1992)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 56: letter to Shanon, RE: Atkinson School (18 July 1994)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 57: page from the Park City Lodestar, “Community Resources to Heath Care Services” (May-August 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 58: “First Radio Announcement” (30 June 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 59-62: 11 prints, 4th of July Parade – Park City 7793, Dr. Barbara von Diether on “Zeke”
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 63: memo to Sena Taylor, Park Record from Matt Arnold, UVSC, “Fall Registration” (16 July 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 63: article from The Park Record, “College classes to be held in Park City” (16 July 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 64: course catalog, “Say Goodbye to Summer, It’s Time for Fall Registration, Utah Valley Community College, Park City Utah” (circa August 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 65: memo to Joram Lichtenstein, KPCW from Matt Arnold, UVSC, “Adoption of silver Creek Wetlands and Atkinson Pond” (16 July 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 66: postcard: Homestead, Utah
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 66: postcard: “Utaaah!”
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 67: memos to Summit County Bee from Matt Arnold, UVSC, “Fall Registration” (16 July 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 67: memo to Wasatch Wave from Matt Arnold, UVSC, “Fall Registration” (16 July 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 68: memo to Joram Lichtenstein, KPCW from Matt Arnold, UVSC, “Adoption of silver Creek Wetland” (16 July 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 69: announcement from The Park Record, “Technical books needed for library” (12 August 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 70: form letter to Chamber Bureau Member from Barbara von Diether (1 September 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 71-75: form, pre-registration, “Utah Valley State College, Fall Semester, 1993” (circa August 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 76: article from The Park Record, “AARP plans conference at UVSC” (9 September 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 77: article from The College Times, “UVSC adopts wetlands” (15 September 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 78: article from The Herald, “Orem college Plans projects in wetlands it has adopted” (16 September 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 78: postcard: Utah
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 79: article from The Park Record, “UVSC Continuing Education Center has new director” (16 September 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 80: news release, UVSC to Joram Lichtenstein, KPCW “Volksmarch on Saturday. October 9 and 9:00AM (307Second Public Service Announcement)”
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 81: article from The Park Record, “Summit Institute holds first meeting” (4 November 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 81: invitation, “The Summit Institute Cordially Invites to Attend Cocktails and Dinner at Majors Restaurant at the Park Meadows Golf Club, October 29, 1993 at 6:30 p.m.” (circa October 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 82: article from The Park Record, “UVSC adopts wetlands” (24 November 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 83: article from The Park Record, “UVSC receives grant to tutor educationally disadvantaged” (24 November 1993)
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 84: 4 photographs “Park City & Heber City Motor Pool; All four vehicles were surplussed out of Hill Air Force Base, costing the college nothing”
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 85: pamphlet, “The Summit Institute Conference Center in Park City, Train your Personnel in out IBM Computer Lab! Meeting Rooms also Available”
Box 19, Volume 2, Page 85: pamphlet, “The Summit Institute: The Facility”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 1: photograph, Park City Education Center (September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 2: course catalog, “No more Long Drives Down the Hill” (circa December 1993)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 3: announcement from The Park Record, “Discover Mind Gold! Take a Summer Class” (21 April 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 4: announcement (presumed to be from The Park Record,) “Why Leave Park City to Earn a College Degree?” (18 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 5: memo to Joram Lichtenstein, KCPW from: Shawna Haakenson, UVSC7Park City “PSA on Summer Registration” (17 May 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 6: announcement from The Park Record
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 7: flyer “Look who's doing business in Summit County, a business fair representing 50 Summit County service-related businesses” (4 June 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 8: list, “Business Fair – 1994 Exhibitors” (1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 9: form letter to Chamber/Bureau Member from Margie Hensley, Membership Director “Look Who's Doing Business in Summit County” (3 May 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 10: pamphlet “Olympia Park Hotel and Conference Center, Seasoned Just Right” (Undated)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 10: postcard, Park City
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 11-14: 11 photographs, “UVSC Booth”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 15-16: “1st Fact Sheet” (circa 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 17: course catalog (circa May 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 18: mailer, “Summer Senior Summit, ’94,” circa May 1994
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 19: “Seniors only, 15 weeks for $15.00, Take any fall class at Utah Valley State College in Park City for $15” (circa July 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 20: pamphlet, “Summer Summit for Seniors, Park City Utah, Summer ’94” (circa May 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 20: postcard: Wasatch Mountains, Utah
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 21-22: Park City 1994 – 4th of July Parade application (3 June 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 23: read by parade announcer (4 July 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 23: postcard: Park City Utah
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 24-29: 1 card and 17 photographs of Park City Forth of July Parade (1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 30: pamphlet for “Blue Sage, ‘Songs of the great American West’” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 31: certificate “Awards Certificate for the Fourth of July Parade 1994 Park City Utah, Utah Valley State College in Park City for First Place, Category: Schools, Churches, Non-Profits (1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 31: photograph, fourth of July parade
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 32: article from Deseret News “Freudian Slip?” (2 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 33: article from The Park Record “UVSC denied new facility at Star Point Ranch” (14 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 34: flyer, “Utah Valley State College and Summit Institute ‘A Season on the Ice’ Summer in Antarctica7 McMurdo Station and Other Inland Stations of Interest,” (circa July 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 35: flyer, “Join UVSC7Park City for Lagoon Day” (circa August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 36: announcement from The Park Record “why leave Park City to Earn a College Degree?” (18 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 37: course catalog “Wise Up! Get your College Degree in Park City. Whoo? Whoo? Whoo? You!” (circa August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 38: course catalog “Park City Community Education Fall Class Catalog, 1994” (circa August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 39: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Considering Local Campus” (24 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 39: postcard, Heber Valley, Utah
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 40: article from The College Times “Park City will not have a UVSC facility” (31 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 41: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Preparing For Heber Classes” (31 August 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 41: postcard, Heber Valley Railroad, All Aboard!
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 42: article from The Daily Herald “UVSC to open Heber Valley extension center” (13 September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 43: postcard, Deer Creek, Utah
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 43: article from The Wasatch Wave “Heber Education Center Slated For January Opening” (14 September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 44: memo to Park City Instructors from Jamie McMahon “Open House” (15 September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 45: article from The Park Record “UVSC plans open house” (22 September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 45: postcard: Park City
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 46: flyer “Come See What's Happening At Utah Valley State College in Park City” (circa September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 47-54: 24 photographs “Open House” (28 September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 55: 3 photographs “Classes in Session” (undated )
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 56-58: 7 photographs “Registration for Classes"
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 57: postcard, Utah!
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 59: “Survey of Wasatch High School, September 1994” (September 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 60: “Picking up other people’s trash can be SO satisfying!” (circa October 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 61-69: 20 photographs “Litter Pickup – Public Relations” (8 October 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 70: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC 1995 Tentative Class Schedule Planned” (13 October 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 71: newspaper announcement “Attention Students and Parents, Rocky Mountain Association of College Admissions Counselors is pleased to present the 14th Annual Utah College Fair” (circa October 1994 )
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 71: pamphlet “Utah Valley State College, Park City Utah” (circa 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 71: postcard: Park City, Wasatch Mountains
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 72: “The Uintah Education Center, Vision Statement” (25 October 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 73: “What is Elderhostel” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 74: schedule “Elderhostel” (circa December 1994 )
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 75: photograph, “Ballooning – 1994 P.C. Elderhostel”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 75: photograph “P.C. Elderhostel – The bus to Trial Lake ‘Environmental’”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 75: photograph “P.C. Elderhostel David Chaplin Art institute”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 76: photograph “Bus in Parking Lot”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 76: photograph Elderhostel Skiing March 1994”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 76: photograph “Computer – Elderhostel 1994”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 77: photograph of Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 77: announcement from The Salt Lake Tribune “Instructors Needed” (20 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 77: 2 newspaper announcements (3 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 78: “Newspaper Insert, November 1994” (November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 79: article from The Wasatch Wave “Chamber Welcomes New Member” (16 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 80: article from The Wasatch Wave “Education Advances” (16 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 80: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Announces Heber Classes” (16 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 81: 2 photographs “Great Teachers Conference Park City" (17-19 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 81: article “’Purposes and Premises, the Notions Behind Great Teachers’ Great Teachers Conference Park City" (17-19 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 82: pamphlet “The Intermountain Great Teachers Summit, November 16-19 Park City, Utah” (16-19 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 83: 3 photographs “Great Teachers Conference Park City" (17-19 November 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 84: flyer “Utah Valley State College wants you to have an ‘A’ grade in every class!” (October 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 85: invitation “First Annual Park City Christmas Party” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 85: photograph “Homestead” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 86: “Sleigh Ride” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 86: Jody & Shanon Riggs” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 87: photograph, “Jody & Shanon Riggs” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 87: photograph, “The Whole Gang” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 87: photograph, “Norm, Larry & Peggy Bell, Deloy Olsen, Dr. Lewin, Clint” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 88: photograph, “Dr. Richard Lewin & Dr. Barbara von Dither” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 88: “Wade & Rallét Abram, Shawna & Royce Haakenson, Jody & Shanon Riggs” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 88: photograph, “Deloy & VerNon Olsen, Marilyn & Richard Lewin & Jenna & Clint Wayland” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 89: “The Whole Group” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 89: “Norm & Nan Kohler, Vance & Fern Dent, Peggy Bell" (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 89: “Vance & Fern Dent, Shawna Haakenson, Larry Bell” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 90: photograph, “Royce & Shawna Haakenson, Jody & Shanon Riggs, Wade & Rallét Abram” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 90: photograph, “Shawna & Royce Haakenson” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 90: photograph (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 91: photograph, “Shawna passing out gifts” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 91: photograph, “Marilyn & Richard Lewin” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 91: photograph, “Shawna Haakenson” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 92: photograph, “Deloy & VerNon Olsen” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 92: photograph, “Norm & Nan Kohler” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 92: photograph, “Larry & Peggy Bell” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 93: photograph, “Dr. Barbara von Dither & Clint Wayland” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 94: photograph,“Rallét & Wade Abram” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 94: photograph, “Nan Kohler, Vance & Fern Dent” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 95-98: “Skit that Dr. Barbara von Dither Read” (17 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 1: photograph “Park City Education Center” (January 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 2: article from The Wasatch Wave “Planners Recommend Up-Sizing Jail Utilities” (21 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 3: course catalog “Earn 100 of your core requirements at Utah Valley State College, Spring” (1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 4: schedule “Elderhostel” (circa March 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 5: 3 photographs “Elderhostel Skiing” (8-13 January 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 6: Elderhostel
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 7: Elderhostel
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 8: “Participants in the U.S.-Russia Aid Conference at the Summit Institute in Park City, Utah” (December 9, 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 9: photographs “First Summit Institute Conference”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 10-11: mailer “Utah Valley State College Park City – Heber City Presents: Executive Manners, Western Swing Dancing, Ballroom Dancing” (circa December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 12: photographs, Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 12: article from The Park Record “UVSC offers courses for PCHS pupils” (22 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 13: magazine “Medical Device Executive,” (November-December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 14: newsletter: Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce (October-December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 15: “Utah Valley State College Presents: Executive Manners” (circa December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 16-17: newsletter “Insider’s Report” (November-December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 18: article from The Wasatch Wave “Editorial: Heber Education Center” (25 January 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 19: article from Summit County Bee “Student Earns College Credit” (23 December 1994)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 19: photograph: Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 20: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Considers Building Heber City Campus” (15 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 20: photograph: presumed to be Heber City campus site
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 21: article from The Wasatch Wave “Editorial: A Full College Campus” (15 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 21: photograph: presumed to be Heber City campus site
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 22: article from The Wasatch Wave “Supports UVSC” (15 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 22: photograph
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 23: newsletter “Student Council News” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 24-25: article from The Wasatch Wave “School Board Renews Sup. Contract By” (8 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 24-25: photograph Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 26: article from The Wasatch Wave “School Activities, Students Taking Course Offered by UVSC” (8 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 27: newspaper article “Heber Subdivision Receives Preliminary Approval” (1 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 28: photograph: presumed to be Heber City campus site pg. 28: newspaper article “Land’s there if UVSC aims to expand” (21 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 29: newspaper article “Heber Construction Valuations Up $4 Million From 1993” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 30: article from The Wasatch Wave “Support for UVSC” (22 February 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 31: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “Wasatch County offers Land for UVSC Campus” (February 28, 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 32: article from The Wasatch Wave “County Donates Land For UVSC Campus” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 33: article from The Deseret News “UVSC Considers Building Heber City Campus” (March 12, 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 33: photograph: presumed to be Heber City campus site
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 34: article from The Daily Herald “Wasatch County officials offer UVSC land for education center” (15 March 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 34: photograph: presumed to be Heber City campus site
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 35: photograph, Kerry Romesburg, LeRen Provost
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 35: photograph, Kerry Romesburg
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 36: photographs
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 37: photographs, “County Commissioners gave land to hospital before UVSC could build on it”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 38: article from The Wasatch Wave “Heber Council Considers UVSC Water Line” (8 March 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 39: course catalog “Utah Valley State College Park City & Heber City” (Circa May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 40-42: "Higher Education Center Progress Report Utah Valley University in Park City and Heber City” (1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 43: letter to Jerry Fiat, Counselor from Dr. Barbara von Dither, Assistant to the President (15 March 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 44: announcement from Park City BYTES “Utah Valley State College in Park City” (6 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 44: announcement from The Park Record “Instructors Needed, Utah” (23 March 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 44: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “Instructors Needed" (6 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 45: newsletter “Student Council News, U.V.S.C. Park City and Heber City” (5 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 46: newspaper announcement “Utah Valley State College in Park City and Heber City offers May Workshops” (circa April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 47: article from The Park Record “UVSC offers classes” (13 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 47: article from The Park Record “Utah Valley State College to Host non-credit workshops in May” (27 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 48: newspaper announcement “Utah Valley State College in Park City and Heber City offers May Workshops” (circa April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 49: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC offers classes” (12 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 49: article from The Wasatch Wave “Utah Valley State College to Host non-credit workshops in May” (26 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 50: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC offers classes” (12 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 50: article from The Wasatch Wave “Utah Valley State College to Host non-credit workshops in May” (26 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 50: photograph of Kathy Day and Dr. Barbara von Dither
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 51: article from Utah County Journal “UVSC teachers, graduates honored” (7 May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 52: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC offers classes” (12 April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 53: “1995 Commencement UVSC, Orem”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 54: photographs
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 55: photographs, “Heber City Park City Faculty”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 56: photographs
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 57: article from The Park Record “UVSC begins summer registration” (11 May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 57: flyer “Summer College Classes In your Own Neighborhood” (circa April 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 58: article from The Wasatch Wave “Utah Valley State College Holds Summer Classes at Wasatch Middle School” (17 May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 58: postcard, Utah Valley State College
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 59: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “Calendar of Events” (24 May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 59: article from The Wasatch Wave “Utah Valley State College Holds Summer Classes at Wasatch Middle School” (17 May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 60: flyer “Summer College Classes In your Own Neighborhood”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 61: article from The College Times “Commencement marks a new start for Graduates” (7 June 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 62: article from The Wasatch Wave “Summer Classes Offered” (31 May 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 62: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Classes Offered To High School Juniors and Seniors” (19 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 62: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “ Secretary/Receptionist; Instructors needed” (19 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 62: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Offers Aviation Workshops in Heber” (19 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 63: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Offers Aviation Workshops in Heber City” (12 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 63: article from The Park Record “UVSC offersworkshops (sic) to seniors” (13 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 63: article from The Wasatch Wave “Youth Modeling Workshop Offered By Utah Valley State College in Park City” (19 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 64: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “130 Help Wanted, Secretary/Receptionist Utah Valley” (20 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 64: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “130 Help Wanted, Instructors needed. Utah” (20 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 64: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC offers modeling workshop” (20 July 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 64: postcard: Utah Valley State College
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 65: “Summer Workshops” (1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 65: “Attend College In Your Own Neighborhood” (1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 66: Mailer “Advertise in the Utah Valley State College Park City & Heber Valley Brochure” 1995
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 67: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Branch Classroom Facility To Open” (9 August 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 68: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Registrations Still Being Accepted For Fall 1995 Classes” (16 August 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 68: postcard: Heber Valley, Utah
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 69: schedule “For Seniors Only” (August 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 70: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC’s Impacts: Study Shows Growth in Utah County” (23 August 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 71: newspaper announcement “Utah Valley State College Registration For Fall Semester” (1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 72: article from The Wasatch Wave “Editorial: Higher Education" (30 August 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 72: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Offers Noncredit Workshops" (1 November 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 72: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Offers Noncredit Workshops in Heber City” (25 October 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 73: announcement from Park City’s The E.A.R. “Utah Valley State College” (November 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 74: article from The Wasatch Wave “Youth Modeling Class Offered at The UVSC Heber Valley Center” (8 November 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 75: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “460 Yard Sales, Yard Sale at UVSC Heber” (6 December 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 75: announcement from The Wasatch Wave “Utah Valley State College Heber Valley Education Center and the Mountainland Applied Technology Center are hosting an Open House” (13 December 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 76: invitation to “Second Annual Utah Valley State College Education Center Christmas Party at the Homestead on” (7 December 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 77: photograph “Faculty and Staff” (7 December 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 78-79: photographs “Christmas Party for Faculty and Staff” (7 December 1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 80-82: photographs “Heber Valley Education Center before college moved in”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 83-85: photographs “Moving Day, Jamie McMahon”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 87-90: photographs “setting up the western theme”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 91: photograph “western theme throughout”
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 91: postcard: Utah!
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 92: mailer “Utah Valley State College Park City/Heber Valley Winter Workshops” (1995)
Box 20, Volume 3, Page 93: course catalog “Park City/Heber Valley, Spring 1996” (1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 1: photograph of President Kerry Romesburg on “Magritte” Wallsburg Wildlife management preserve
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 2: newsletter, “UVSC Off7Campus Update” (11 January 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 3: newspaper article, “UVSC Local Campus Growing Beyond Expectations” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 4: job announcement, “Utah Valley State College: Administrative Secretary” (15 January 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 5: newspaper article “Funding for education centers opposed” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 6: article from The Wasatch Wave, “UVSC Computer Lab Open” (6 March 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 6: photograph: computer lab
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 6: newspaper article, “Heber Ranked 26th Of Top 50 Little Boomtowns”
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 7: article from The Wasatch Wave, “Editorial: Higher Education” (20 March 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 8: course catalog, “Heber Valley, Coalville, Park City; Bringing Higher Education to the Mountains” (May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 9: letter from T. LaRen Provost, Chairman, Wasatch County Commission to Barbara von Dither Ed.D. (8 February 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 10-11: schedule “May Workshops in Park City, Heber Valley & Coalville” (May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 12: article from The Wasatch Wave, “UVSC Offers Variety of Noncredit Workshops” (3 April 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 13: article from The Park Record, “UVSC grows in Heber City” (4 April 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 14: announcement trying to get book donations for Heber’s technical library (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 15: workshop “Low Impact Camping and Packing with Horses and Mules…” (May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 16: save the date “UVSC Park City7Heber Valley Education Centers’ Holiday Party” (circa November 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 17: article from The Wasatch Wave, “Aviation Program Soaring At UVSC’s Heber Valley Center,” (22 May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 18: course listing, “Utah Valley State College’s Heber Valley Center Summer 1996 Course Listing” (circa May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 19: course listing, “Utah Valley State College’s Park City Education Center Summer 1996 Course Listing” (circa May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 20: form letter to students about taking classes in Heber and Park City (24 May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 21: mailer “Park City & Heber Valley Summer Classes” (circa May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 22: article from The Wasatch Wave, “Fair Days Parade Changes Announced” (12 June 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 23: newspaper article, “Plans Nearing Completion for 1200 South Extension” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 24: schedule “May Workshops in Park City, Heber Valley & Coalville” (May 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 25: announcement “Need to use a computer? Utah Valley State College Park City Has one for you!!” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 26: form letter from UVSC to Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce Member (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 27: architectural drawing, “Heber Valley Education and Events Center” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 28: postcard: Park City
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 28: photograph: Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 29: course schedule “Utah Valley State College Park City/Heber Valley; Look Who's Attending Your Local College!” (circa September-December 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 30: article from The Wasatch Wave, “UVSC To Begin Fall Classes In Heber” (21 August 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 30: photograph
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 31: flyer “Just For You” (circa July 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 32: newspaper article “Aviation Day Camp Takes Flight at UVSC” (9 October 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 32: photograph: presumed to be aviation day camp
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 33: photograph
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 33: flyer “Park City & Heber Valley Fall Workshops” (circa August 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 34: job announcement, “Utah Valley State College: Administrative Secretary” (29 July 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 35-36: photographs “Flair Days Parade – Heber City” (10 August 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 37: photographs “Swiss Days Parade – Midway, August 30-31”
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 39: photographs “Farewell Party for Shannon and Michelle, secretaries for Park City and Provo” (15 August 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 40: photograph “Farewell Party for Shannon and Michelle, secretaries for Park City and Provo” (15 August 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 40: postcard: High Uintas
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 41: photographs “Farewell Party for Shannon and Michelle, school of continuing education” (16 August 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 42: flyer “Cultural Diversity in the Workplace” (September 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 43: course catalog, “Park City/Heber Valley; Bringing Higher Education to the Mountains” (December 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 44: photocopy of a newspaper article “New Rotary President” (9 July 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 44: 2 prints
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 45: cover of course catalog, “Park City/Heber Valley; Bringing Higher Education to the Mountains” (December 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 46: invitation “Third Annual Utah Valley State College Park City and Heber Valley Education Centers’ Christmas Party” (17 December 1996)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 47-49: 5 photographs “Christmas Party for Faculty and Staff” (undated)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 50: article from the Park Record “City denies college lease through 2002” (29 January 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 51: article from The Park Record “Editorial: City is right to think 2002 now”
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 51: newspaper announcement “Workshop Conference and Summer Camp Coordinator” (circa March 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 51: newspaper announcement “Workshop Conference and Summer Camp Coordinator” (circa March 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 52: newspaper article “Park City May Boot College” (13 February 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 53: newspaper article “Council may reduce UVSC” (15 February 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 53: photograph: students in class
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 54: article from The Park Record “UVSC accepts two-year lease" (1 March 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 54: photograph: students using interactive multimedia in class
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 55: photograph of student class discussion
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 55: newspaper article “UVSC Holding Orientation and Parent Night” (19 March 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 56: schedule “Park City Senior Citizen Workshops ’97” (circa May 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 56: schedule “Park City Senior Citizen Workshops ’97” (circa May 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 57: announcement from The Park Record “Senior Workshops” (5 July 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 57: photograph: Senior Workshop table (1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 58: schedule “Summer 1997 Class Schedule”
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 59: course catalog “Utah Valley University/Heber Valley Summer 1997 Class Schedule” (May 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 60: flyer “Spring Workshops” (May 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 61: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “Booted for the Olympics, UVSC Seeks Space” (8 July 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 61: photograph: Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 62: newspaper picture and article, "Earn A Bachelor’s Degree Without Leaving Heber"
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 63: photographs, students in class
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 64: flyer “Senior Citizen Golf Lesson" (July 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 65: 3 photographs, Senior Workshop table (1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 66: course catalog “Utah Valley University Heber Valley/Park City Fall 1997 Class Schedule and Community Workshops” (August 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 67: poster “Park City Utah, Be there for the 2002 Olympics!” (circa 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 68: newspaper article UVSC gives up Park City lease
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 69: article from Deseret News “UVSC feels growing pains in Park City, Orem” (29-30 September 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 69: photograph, Park City Education Center
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 70: article from The Wasatch Wave “Meet the Candidates Hosted by UVSC” (27 October 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 71: course catalog “Utah Valley University Heber Valley/Park City Spring 1998 Class Schedule and Community Workshops” (December 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 72-73: mailer “Utah Valley University Heber Valley/Park City Spring 1998 Class Schedule and Community Workshops” (December 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 74: article from The Wasatch Wave “Wasatch Alternative School” (28 October 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 74: newspaper article “Election Season Has A Ring In The Air— Promises, Promises” (28 October 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 74: newspaper announcement “Secretary Coordinator” (28 October 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 75: article from The College Times “UVSC’s satellite campuses thrive shadows” (29 October 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 76: article from The Park Record “UVSC in process of expanding to new sites” (8 November 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 77: article from The Wasatch Wave “EMT Certification Available at UVSC” (26 November 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 77: article from The Wasatch Wave “EMT Certification Available at UVSC” (8 December 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 77: print: computer lab
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 78: photographs “Christmas Party” (18 December 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 79: invitation “Fourth Annual Utah Valley State College Park City and Heber Valley Education Centers’ Christmas Party” (December 1997)
Box 20, Volume 4, Page 80-81: 4 photographs “Christmas Party” (18 December 1997)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 1: photograph “The Sorenson Site, Looking north from Coyote Lane
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 2: photograph, Midway in Distance
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 2: photograph, Mt. Timpanogos from the Sorenson Site
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 3: flyer “EMT Certification” (circa January 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 4: article from The Park Record “EMT certification” (3 December 1997)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 4: article from The Wasatch Wave “Computer Classes Offered at UVSC” (1 May 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 4: minutes: Heber City Council (2 April 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 5: article from The Wasatch Wave “North Location Is The Best Place For Proposed UVSC College” (20 May 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 6: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “Local Riches” (22 June 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 7: photograph “View of Midway from Sorenson Site”
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 8: newspaper advertisement “I really like the faculty at Utah Valley State College” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 9: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC—Heber Offers Computer and Art Workshops” (17 June 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 10: article from The Wasatch Wave “Chamber Honors Business of the Month” (9 September 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 11: course catalog “Utah Valley State College, Heber Valley / Park City Summer 1998 Classes and Community Workshops: Now This Is Higher Education” (circa May 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 12: mailer “Utah Valley State College, Heber Valley / Park City Summer 1998 Classes and Community Workshops: Now This Is Higher Education” (circa May 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 13: course catalog “Utah Valley State College Heber Valley, Park City Centers Fall 1998 Classes” (circa August 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 14: advertisement from The College Times “Registration Frustration?” (4 November 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 15: course catalog “Utah Valley State College, Heber Valley Center Spring 1999 Class Schedule” (circa December 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 16: article from The Wasatch Wave “Utah State, UVSC Combine Efforts” (29 July 1998)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 16: postcard: Mt. Timpanogos, Utah
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 17: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (3 March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 18: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (10 March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 19: newsletter “March Workshops” (March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 20: newspaper segment “Calendar of Events” (March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 20: photograph: meeting
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 21: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC-Heber” (17 March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 21: photographs, meeting
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 22: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (17 March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 23: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post,” March 24, 1999
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 24: newspaper segment “Calendar of Events” (March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 24: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC – Wasatch Campus Forum: America at War” (31 March 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 25-26: photographs, Matt Heimburger and class
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 27: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (April 7, 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 28: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Hitching Post” (14 April 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 29: course catalog “Wasatch Center Summer 1999 Class Schedule” (circa May 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 30: article from Deseret News “UVSC may get Heber land gift” (10 April 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 31: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Ready To Sign Land Deal For New Campus” (14 April 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 32: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 33: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (28 April 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 34: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 35: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (26 May 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 36: article from The College Times “UVSC may get Heber land gift” (26 May 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 37: article from The Wasatch Wave “Summer Classes Begin at Fast-Growing UVSC-Wasatch Campus” (23 June 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 38: segment from The Wasatch Wave “Campus Post” (June 16, 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 39: segment from The Wasatch Wave “Campus Post” (July 7, 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 40-41: article from The Daily Herald “A university in waiting?” (31 May 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 42: pamphlet “UVSC Wasatch Campus Community Workshops; Discover the Possibilities” (circa August 1999 )
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 43: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (June 23, 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 44: article from The Wasatch County Courier “UVSC Heber City Campus Update” (27 July 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 45: course catalog “Utah Valley State College, Wasatch Campus Fall 1999 Class Schedule” (circa August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 46: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (4 August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 47-48: 6 photographs: helicopter
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 47-48: photograph: military vehicles
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 49: article from The Wasatch Wave “Community Supports College” (11 August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 49: photographs, meeting
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 50: segment from The Wasatch County Courier “UVSC Asks for New Campus” (10 August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 51: concept map of UVSC Extension (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 52: statement “UVSC Wasatch County Campus Land Donation Statement” (May 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 53: concept drawing of Wasatch Campus (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 54: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Making the Dean's List” (17 August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 55: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Urban Farmland; a look at two road-side gardens” (17 August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 56: newspaper article “Highway 40 Corridor May Be Developed” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 57: article from The Wasatch Wave “Tech Center Should be in Heber” (18 August 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 58: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post,” August 25, 1999
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 59: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (8 September 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 60: segment from The Wasatch County Courier “New Dean of UVSC Wasatch Campus Named” (7 September 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 61: invitation to “Faculty-Staff Get Together” (September 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 62-63: photographs and prints of “Get Together for Faculty, Staff, Students”
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 64: article from The Wasatch County Courier “UVSC-Wasatch Campus’ Newest Addition— Student Council” (21 September 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 65: newspaper article, from The Wasatch Wave “E. Pluribus Unum: Campus Convocation Series To Feature The Reverend France Davis” (22 September 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 65: newspaper article, “Attendance Was Disappointing” (12 October 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 66: newspaper article “New dean of Wasatch Campus named” (29 September 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 66: newspaper advertisement “Academic Profile—Del K. Barney” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 67: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Double Double Toil and Trouble; Witches in Wasatch County?” (19 October 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 68: postcard: Deer Creek Reservoir
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 68: postcard: Mt. Timpanogos, Utah
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 69: course catalog “Wasatch Campus Spring 2000 Class Schedule, Utah Valley State College” (circa December 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 70: Invitation to “a Bon Voyage and Merry Christmas Party for Matt Heimburger and Penny Murry Combined with a [sic.] Toys for Tots” (December 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 71-72: photographs: Christmas Party December 15, 1999
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 73: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post,” October 20, 1999
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 74: article from The Wasatch Wave “Is Hobble Creek Hobbled for Good?” (27 October 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 75: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 77: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 78: article from The Wasatch Wave “Land Donation Brings College Closer to Reality” (19 January 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 79: article from Deseret News “Land in Heber Donated to UVSC” (19 January 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 80: article from The Daily Herald “UVSC receives 23 acres” (27 October 1999)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 81: article from The Wasatch Wave “Freedom of Speech Is Good for Schools” (25 January 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 82: article from The College Times “horizon on the 23 acre Heber land donation extends UVSC campus in Wasatch county” (9 February 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 83: article from The Wasatch Wave “They Deserve Our Praise” (23 February 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 84-85: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Ideas Blossom In Heber’s Higher Education” (23 February 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 86: article from The Wasatch Wave “Heber Valley Chamber Hosts Olympic Events Meeting” (23 February 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 87: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 88: newspaper announcement “To all the cross-country skiing and biathlon volunteers: Thank you for being the best” (undated)

Barbara von Dither is in the picture

Box 21, Volume 5, Page 89: flyer “First Test of the UVCS Film Team” (January 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 90: postcards, Utah Avalanche
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 90: postcards, Heber Valley Railroad, Utah
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 91: course catalog “Wasatch Campus May Term and Summer Semester 2000, Utah Valley State College” (circa April 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 92: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Higher Education Overlooked By The State” (15 March 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 93: page from Sequel “Campus Briefs” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 94: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Ironies of Higher Ed” (31 May 2000)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 95: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 5, Page 96: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “Are Women Underpaid, Or Opting Work?” (10 June 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 1: photograph “The Wasatch Campus Site Plan, Barbara von Dither, Kerry Romesburg” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 2-4: photographs “the Campus Site before Construction”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 5: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 6: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (July 19, 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 7: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (26 July 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 8: advertisement from The College Times “Play While You Learn!” Fall 2000
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 9: advertisement from The College Times “Can't Get A Class?" (Fall 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 10: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Rage Over North Village Proposal” (9 August 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 11: 2 prints
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 11: article from The Wasatch County Courier “North Village Should Grow Harmoniously” (9 August 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 12: article from The Wasatch Wave “Cowboy Ted Teaching Mass Media Class at UVSC in Heber During Fall Term” (23 August 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 13: course catalog “Wasatch Campus Fall Semester 2000, Utah Valley State College” (circa August 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 14: article from The Wasatch Wave “ Media Class at UVSC in Heber During Fall Term” (September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 15: photographs “Leased Buildings 1997-2002,”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 16: advertisement from The College Times “ Comparison Shopping?” (5 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 17: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (13 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 18: advertisement from The College Times “Play While You Learn!” (9-13 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 19: print of skier
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 20: article from The Wasatch Wave “Dell Barney Receives First Bachelor’s Degree from UVSC-Wasatch” (20 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 20: article from Deseret News “UVSC Hoping for $5 million” (8 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 21: article from Deseret News “Man behind gift to UVSC unveiled” (22 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 22: article from The Wasatch Courier “Wasatch High Graduate Donated $5 Million To Local U.V.S.C Campus” (23 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 23: article from The Daily Herald “Provo man gives $5 million to UVSC” (23 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 24: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “UVSC Hoping for $5 million,” September 24, 2000
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 24: 5 prints of skiers
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 25: article from The Wasatch Wave “$5 million for UVSC-Wasatch Campus” (27 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 26: article from The Wasatch Wave “Annex North Village” (27 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 27: article from The Wasatch Wave “Heber City Looks to Annex North Village” (27 December 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 27: photograph: Mt. Timpanogos
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 28: article from The Utah County Journal “Identity of $5 million donor to UVSC announced" (28 September 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 29: article from The Wasatch Wave “Donation to UVSC” (4 October 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 30-31: prints “Party for Jeff Knowles, donor” (October 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 30-31: The Principal Donors; Molly Knowles, Jeff Knowles, Clark Hall, Jim Winbler
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 30-31: Proposed Wasatch Campus
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 30-31: Jeff Knowles and Jim Ritchie
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 30-31: left: Jim Winbler, Darbara von Dither, mother Knowles, Jeff & Molly Knowles right: Clark Hall and wife, Jim Ritchie and wife
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 32-33: photographs “Wasatch Campus Advisory Board, November 2000” (November 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 34: schedule “Utah Valley State College Wasatch Campus Spring 2001 Class Schedule” (2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 35: advertisement from The College Times “Tired of Waiting in Line?” (December 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 36: newspaper article “UVSC Brings Armed Forces to Town” (8 November 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 37: article from The Wasatch Wave “North Village” (29 November 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 38: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Looks at Books; Sheila Neilson”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 38: print
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 39: Invitation to “Fifth Annual Christmas Party at the Daniel’s Summit Lodge” (December 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 40: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (November 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 41: advertisement from The College Time “The Campus Post” (December 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 42: article from the Wasatch Wave “UVSC Delays Construction” (17 January 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 43: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Lack of Infrastructure Delays UVSC Construction” (31 January 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 44: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (20 December 2000)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 45: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Campus Post” (24 January 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 46: article from Deseret News “UVSC to delay building Heber campus” (6 February 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 46: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “Plumbing Stalls Wasatch County USVC Campus” (6 February 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 47: article from The Wasatch Wave “Computer Workshops to begin at UVSC-Wasatch Campus” (7 February 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 47: postcard
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 48: article from The Wasatch Wave “Oceanography Students Spend Spring Break in San Diego” (28 March 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 49-50: 6 photographs, oceanography students
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 51: article from The Wasatch Wave “Community Workshops to Begin at Utah Valley State College-Wasatch Campus” (January 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 52: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Last Chance for Computer Classes at UVSC” (11 April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 52: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Moves Toward University Status” (21 March 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 53: article from The Wasatch Wave “Fine Dining Etiquette” (18 April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 54: flyer “Do you have Good Manners?” (April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 55: article from The Wasatch Wave “Fine Dining Etiquette Has Class” (2 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 56: photographs
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 57: photograph
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 57: article from The Wasatch Wave “More Fun Classes Available at UVSC” (2 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 58-59: article from The Wasatch County Courier “North Village Rumors Run Rampant” (18 April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 58-59: print “Autumn Colors”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 60: invitation to commencement exercises (April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 60: thank you note from Senator Beverly Evans
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 61: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 62: schedule “Utah Valley State College Wasatch Campus May Term and Summer Semester” (April 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 63: article from The Wasatch Wave “City Planning Commission Refuses North Village Annexation Petition” (2 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 64-65: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Annexation Circus” (2 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 66-67: article from The Wasatch Wave “Letters” (9 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” at the beginning looking northwest
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking east
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking east
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking south
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking southwest
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking west
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking southwest
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking south-southwest
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking south-southeast
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 68-71: photograph “Division of Finance and Construction management Visit to Winkler site,” looking east
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 72: article from The Wasatch Wave “Moment of Truth” (16 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 73: article from The Wasatch County Courier “Heber City Needs to Support the College” (23 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 73: photograph “Matt Heimburger, instructor American Heritage Class”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 74: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (23 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 75: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “UVSC Site In Works for Heber” (29 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 76: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (13 June 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 77: article from The Wasatch Wave “Promising Future for UVSC Wasatch Campus” (13 June 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 78: photographs, Bill Croft, Instructor
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 78: photographs, Bill Croft and Student
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 78: photographs, Bill Croft and Gary Turner, Instructor, Math
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 79: photographs “Bill Croft and Students”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 79: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Heber Campus Gets Fitness Center” (4 July 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 80: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Meeting on New Wasatch Campus” (20 June 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 80: article from The Wasatch Wave “an A+ View” (4 July 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 80: photograph “Public Meeting”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 81: 4 photographs, Glen LeRoy
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 81: Glen LeRoy
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 81: Barbara von Dither, Monte Nelson, Dick Bailey
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 81: public meeting
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 82: photographs, “public meeting”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 83: photograph, Public meeting
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 83: photograph, Master Planning Committee
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 83: photograph, Public meeting
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 84: article from The Wasatch Wave “Letters, UVSC” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 84: photographs master planning committee
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 85: article from The Wasatch Wave “Citizens for a College in Wasatch Unite” (27 June 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 86: segment from The Wasatch Wave “The Wasatch Campus Post” (4 July 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 87: article from The Daily Herald “UVSC receives 23 acres” (23 May 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 87: prints, “public meeting”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 88: article from The Deseret News “Wasatch campus gets boost” (2 October 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 89: article from The Deseret News “New deal UVSC near Heber on track” (25 June 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 89: print
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 90: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Campus Presentation” (30 January 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 90: Staff meeting
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 91: article from The Wasatch Wave “Citizens Rally for UVSC Campus,” undated
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 91: article from The Wasatch Wave “Citizens Rally for UVSC” (7 July 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 91: article from The Wasatch Wave “Now or Never" (9 January 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 92: article from The Wasatch Wave “A Call to Arms” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 92: article from The Wasatch Wave “Extra! Extra!” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 92: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Makes Case for College Friday” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 93: article from The Wasatch Wave “Campus Proposal Goes to Legislature” (9 January 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 93: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Proposal Makes List” (6 January 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 94: newspaper article “UVSC Wasatch Campus” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 94: article from The Wasatch Wave “Heber Valley Chamber Hosts Olympic Events Meeting” (1 March 2001)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 95: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Teams Up with Oly Officials” (6 March 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, Barbara von Dither
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, Ole Wharton
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, George Bennett
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, Nathanial Adams
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, Ian Pennich
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, Lynn Adams
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 96: photographs UVSC Wasatch Film Team, Kim Reynolds and official
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 98: map “Utah Valley State College Wasatch Campus Master Plan”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 99: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Wasatch Campus” (3 July 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 99: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Wasatch Campus” (22 May 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 100: print
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 100: article from The Salt Lake Tribune “With State Down $173 Million, Legislators Bet on New UVSC Campus Near Heber City” (1 July 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 101: article from The Wasatch Wave “It’s Official – UVSC Breaks Ground” (2 October 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 101: print
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 102: prints “The Contractor Team and Campus Facilities Team”
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 103: print Barbara Vin Dither
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 103: article from The Park Record “Heber looks forward to being a college town” (2 October 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 104: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC – Wasatch to Break Ground in September” (2 May 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 104: article from The Wasatch Wave “Hoist Yer Girders Up!” March 5, 2003
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 105: article from The Daily Herald “Construction under way on UVSC campus in Heber” (1 October 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 105: prints
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 106: print
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 106: article from The Wasatch Wave “Utah Valley State College Wasatch Campus” (28 August 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 107: article from The Wasatch Wave “The times are a’ changing…” (7 August 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 107: print
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 108: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Wasatch Ribbon Cutting” (3 July 2002)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 108: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC to Open Doors” (undated)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 109: article from The Wasatch Wave “UVSC Wasatch Campus” (15 October 2003)
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 110-111: print, after
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 110-111: print, after
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 110-111: print, before
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 110-111: print, after
Box 21, Volume 6, Page 112: cover “Wasatch Campus Fall 2003 Class Schedule, Utah Valley State College” (circa August 2003)

Biographical Note/Historical Note +/-

Dr. E. Mark Bezzant began his work in education long before he was member of the UVSC faculty. After graduating from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and a Secondary Teaching Certificate, he began work as a Debate, Economics, and Law teacher at Pleasant Grove High School for about seven years. In 1982, he changed focus and became a school counselor for the high school. He later served as the principal for North Sanpete High School for two years. He started his career at UVSC in 1991, where over the next eighteen years he held five different positions at the school. These positions included: Director of the UVSC School, College and University Partnership; Executive Director of the UVSC School, College and University Partnership; Executive Director of UVSC Strategic Planning and Institutional Research; Assistant Vice President of UVSC Strategic Planning, Institutional Research, Institutional Effectiveness, School, College and University Partnerships, and Student Services; and UVSC Assistant Vice President and Assistant to the President for School, College and University Partnerships. He was able to earn his Masters Degree in Educational Administration and his Doctorate Degree in Educational History and Reform from Brigham Young University while working at UVSC. He also took an interest in the history of the school. He began to collect papers and photographs that were of significance to the school and to interview faculty and staff that played a major role in the school’s history. By the time he retired, he was commonly known as the unofficial historian of the school.

Content Description +/-

This collection consists of materials collected by E. Mark Bezzant. It includes personal papers, professional papers, materials related to campus development, materials related to the history of Utah Valley University, materials related to the Bunnell Pioneer Home, and scrapbooks containing materials about the Wasatch Campus.

Collection Use +/-

Restrictions on Access:

Open for Research

Restrictions on Use:

Copyright for Official University records is held by Utah Valley University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Administrative Information +/-

Arrangement:

The series arrangement is as follows: Series 1: E. Mark Bezzant Personal Papers Series 2: E. Mark Bezzant Professional Papers Series 3: Campus Development Series 4: History of Utah Valley University Series 5: Bunnell Pioneer Home Series 6: Scrapbooks

Acquisition Information:

Gift of E. Mark Bezzant

Creator:

Bezzant, E. Mark

Language:

English

Sponsor:

none

Quantity:

18.5 Linear feet; 19 boxes and 6 flat boxes

Language of the Finding Aid:

English

Author of the Finding Aid:

E. Mark Bezzant

EAD Creation Date:

27 February 2014

Related Material:

AR 355Bez—E. Mark Bezzant collection of Asian artifacts

Subjects +/-

Corporate Names:

Utah Valley University. History.

Subject Terms:

Education—Utah—History

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