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Solar Car Team (University of Michigan) publications, 1987-2001

1 linear foot

The Solar Car Team is an interdisciplinary student organization at the University of Michigan whose objectives are to design, finance, build and race a solar-powered vehicle from scratch. Publications Includes articles, brochures, directories, newsletters such as the Solar Car Express and the Southern Sun, press releases, programs, prospectuses and regulations regarding the various University of Michigan Solar Car Projects as well as the GM Sunrayce and the Sponsor World Solar Challenge. Also includes two histories describing the 1990 races.

Solar Car Publications (1 linear foot) are divided into six series. The first focuses on the 1990 Sunrayce and World Solar Challenge– Sunrunner. It contains official race regulations, newsletters, programs, brochures, magazines, and photocopies of articles on GM Sunrayce USA and the World Solar Challenge. This series also includes prospectuses which give early details on the budget for and design of the Sunrunner and press releases from News and Information Services, General Motors Corporation and the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.

It also includes two published histories. In Sunracing, Richard and Melissa King write about both the American and Australian races. Because of Michigan's great success in both races the Sunrunner features prominently in this history. It includes a narrative of the races and color photographs of many, but not all the entrants. The second history, Racing With the Sun: The 1990 World Solar Challenge by Chester R. Kyle focuses on the technical aspects of the cars and the race. There are black and white photographs of all the cars entered in the World Solar Challenge with their specifications. There are also rules and regulations for both the GM Sunrayce and World Solar Challenge

The second series focuses on the 1993 Sunrayce and World Solar Challenge– Maize & Blue. It includes brochures, a directory of team members, a fact sheet on the GM Sunrayce, the newsletter Solar Express covering the years 1991-1993, and press releases for both the GM Sunrayce and the World Solar Challenge.

The third series contains material on the 1995 Sunrayce– Solar Vision including the newsletter Solar Express for the years 1993-1995 and press releases on the GM Sunrayce.

The fourth series includes documentation on the 1997 Sunrayce– Wolverine, such as the newsletter Solar Express for 1997 as well as programs and regulations from the race.

The fifth series covers 1999 Sunrayce– MaizeBlaze. It includes brochures and newsclippings from the race and 1998-1999 issues of Solar Express.

The sixth series focuses on the 2001 World Solar Challenge– M-Pulse with brochures and programs from the race as well as issues of the newsletter Southern Sun.

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Women of Color Task Force (University of Michigan) publications, 1982-2009

0.7 linear feet

Support group founded at the University of Michigan to aid minority women employed as office and professional staff members in combating racial and sexist stereotypes and in providing counsel on matters of career planning, job hunting, and development of communication skills. Records include newsletters, brochures, and webpages of the Task Force, and programs and publicity for its Annual Career Conferences.

The Women of Color Task Force Publications include directories, newsletters, programs, brochures, and announcements, annual reports, clippings, posters, press releases, and programs of the Women of Color Career Conference. The publications are organized into two series: Unit Publications and Sub-Unit Publications.

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M Women publications, 1980-2006

0.2 linear feet

Volunteer organization dedicated to the support and growth of women's varsity athletics at the University of Michigan, founded in 1979. Publications include annual reports, brochures, directories, and newsletters entitled M Women, M Women Newsletter, and the University of Michigan Women's Athletic Association Newsletter

The Unit Publications series includes annual reports entitled President's Annual Report, brochures, directories, and invitations. The newsletters were first published in September 1980 under the title The University of Michigan Women's Athletic Association Newsletter. It continued under this title until June 1982. In December 1982 the title changed to M Women Newsletter. Publication under this title continued at least until Spring/Summer 1986. The Bentley Library holds issues of a third newsletter M Women from Winter 1988 through the present.

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Society of Minority Engineering Students (University of Michigan) records, 1979-1996

1 linear foot

University of Michigan student organization established to aid in recruitment, retention, and placement of minority engineering students. Records include minutes, organizational information, and activities material and publications.

The society of Minority Engineers record group is organized into two series Records and Publications. The Records series includes minutes, organizational information, activities material and a brief account of Gardner Leverett's tenure as SMES president, 1990/91.

The Publications series includes Directories and resumé books, programs and a newsletter. The SMES Resumé Book contains the resumés of SMES members. These can be sent directly to personnel departments of major corporations throughout the nation upon request. There is an almost complete run (1979-1993) of this publication in the printed materials subgroup.

The annual SMES Industrial Banquet brings together job candidates and representatives from major corporations in a relaxed, yet professional environment allowing the recruits and the recruiters more personal contact. There is a nearly complete run of the programs for this dinner from 1979 to 1996.

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Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science (University of Michigan) publications, 1978-2014

1.5 linear feet (in 2 boxes)

The Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science is a teaching and research unit of the University of Michigan Medical School. The collection consists of publications produced by the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science and the W.K. Kellogg Eye Center, including annual reports, newsletters, brochures and histories.

Publications are divided into two series: Unit Publications and Sub-Unit Publications.

The series Unit Publications contains a brochure and a proposal regarding the consolidation of ophthalmology services at the university into one center as well as a 1999 history "A Heritage of Excellence: The Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Michigan 1872-1999." There is also a program from a concert in 1997 Symphonic Visions, celebrating the 125th anniversary.

The series Sub-Unit Publications contains annual reports, brochures, directories, newsletters and reports of the W.K. Kellogg Eye Center. The newsletter Advances in Ophthalmology begins in 2001. Dedication and groundbreaking material for the Kellogg Eye Center and the Brehm Center are also included.

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Department of Biological Chemistry (University of Michigan) publications, 1978-2001

0.4 linear feet

Publications of the Department of Biological Chemistry including brochures, bulletins, directories, histories, newsletters and reports

The Department of Biological Chemistry Publications are arranged into a single series: Unit Publications.

The Unit Publications series contains printed material published specifically by the Department of Biological Chemistry. These publications are defined as being widely distributed and may be published at regular intervals. They are arranged by genre of the publication.

The Unit Publications include brochures, bulletins, directories, histories, newsletters and reports. The bulletins describe admissions procedures and requirements, course offerings, academic programs, and financial information. The bulletins also list faculty and their research interests. There is usually an informal photograph of the faculty member and a short bibliography. The bulletins cover the period from 1983 to 1991. The Biological Chemistry Department Directory includes laboratory and home information for each faculty, staff member, and student of the department. This series includes one history titled, The Department of Biological Chemistry, 1922-1955, by Adam A. Christman. It is addressed to alumni who were granted their PhDs during those years, and includes a directory, a history, and other information.

There were several newsletter titles issued by the department from 1973 to the present. These include the Newsletter to University of Michigan Biochemists issued from 1973 to 1981, the Biochemistry Newsletter printed from 1982 to 1997, the Biological Chemistry Newsletter circulated from 1998 to 2000, and the Department of Biological Chemistry Newsletter published from 2001 to the present. All of these newsletters include information on the faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the Department of Biological Chemistry.

The reports include abstracts of the 2000 Annual Retreat presentations, which highlight the research done by the department's faculty and students. Researchers will also find the external review of the department completed in 1983. This report provides an excellent view of the department during the early 1980s.

For the early history of the department, researchers may wish to consult the papers of Frederick Novy, also held at the Bentley.

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Department of Surgery (University of Michigan) publications, 1975-2006

0.5 linear feet

Includes annual reports, brochures, faculty directories, prospectuses and reports. Also contains programs from the William Mayo lectures and the Advances in Surgery Conference, development brochures, and an annual report from the Section of Neurosurgery.

The Department of Surgery Publications include annual reports, brochures, faculty directories, prospectuses and reports. Also contains programs from the William Mayo lectures and the Advances in Surgery Conference, development brochures, and an annual report from the Section of Neurosurgery. The publications are divided into two series: Unit Publications and Sub-Unit Publications.

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Integrated Premedical-Medical Program (University of Michigan) publications, 1975-2003

0.5 linear feet

Includes brochures, bulletins describing the program and courses offered, directories, manuals, and newsletters such as Inteflex News, the Inteflex Newsletter, and Inflexions. Also contains alumni newsletters such as the Inteflex Alumni News and Reflexions

The Integrated Premedical-Medical Program Publications (1 linear foot) are divided into two series: Unit Publications and Student Publications.

The Unit Publications series (.9 linear foot) includes brochures, bulletins describing the program and the courses offered, directories, manuals, and newsletters.

The directories are alphabetical lists of student telephone numbers and addresses for the classes of 1995, 1998, 1999, and 2002 published in 1994-1995. There is a similar directory for the class of 2004 published in 1996-1997. There is also a master address list for alumni compiled in 1996.

Inteflex issued its student manual from 1975 to 1997. The title changed several times. Published under the title Student's Guide to Survival in the Inteflex Program from 1975 to 1980 the title was modified to the Student's Guide to the Inteflex Program in 1981. From 1982 through 1984 it was called The Inteflex Student Handbook. In 1985 the title reverted to the Student's Guide to Survival in the Inteflex Program. The manuals are arranged alphabetically by title.

The Bentley Library holds Inteflex newsletters dating from 1974 to the present. These are arranged alphabetically by title. The Flex99 was a newsletter edited by and for members of the Inteflex Class of 1999. The Bentley Historical Library holds three issues from 1993 to 1994. The I-Opener was the newsletter written for students to describe their preceptorship experiences. We have issues from 1988 to 1996.

Alumni newsletters cover the years from 1982 to 2002. The Inteflex Alumni News was published from 1982 through 1983. In 1984 it became Reflexions: The Inteflex Alumni Newsletter. The Bentley Library has a nearly complete run of this publication except for volume 5 from 1986 and the issues for 2001.

The unit newsletter was titled Inteflex News in 1974 and continued to be published until 1995. There is one issue of Inteflex Program Newsletter dated 1976. The Inteflex Newsletter was issued from 1977 to 1979. In 1994 yet another newsletter entitled Inflexions was published. This newsletter ceased publication in 2002.

In 1972 the Inteflex External Advisory Committee met to assess the Inteflex program. The report compiled for that meeting gives a brief history, the objectives and design elements of Inteflex, committee structure and membership, and a description of the curriculum and courses offered. In addition under the heading "Website" there is a printout of the Inteflex website dating from 1997.

The Student Publications series (.1 linear foot) includes three anthologies by the students of Inteflex dating from 1995 through 1997. Each was published by the first year Inteflex class.

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Department of Pharmacology (University of Michigan) publications, 1974-1991

0.2 linear feet

Includes brochures, directories describing the research interests of the department, a history entitled "One Hundred Years of Pharmacology," newsletters, Centennial celebration programs, and reprints.

The Department of Pharmacology Publications are divided into two series: Unit Publications and Topical Publications.

The Unit Publications series contains brochures from the department, a directory of the faculty, and two issues of the Newsletter from 1990 and 1991. The department celebrated its centennial in 1991, and this series contains a program of the festivities, as well as a history written for the occasion by Henry H. Swain.

The Topical Publications series contains a development brochure published circa 1990.

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Michigan Seagrant Program, Publications, 1972-2004

5.5 linear feet — 1 oversize folder

The Michigan Sea Grant Program is a joint project between the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) addressing issues concerning the livelihood of the Michigan Great Lakes area. Includes technical reports, annual reports, newsletters, brochures and other printed material produced by the program.

The Michigan Sea Grant Program Publications consist of 5.5 linear feet which includes annual reports, brochures, extension bulletins, directories, ephemera including flyers, fact sheets, posters, programs, histories, manuals, newsletters, proceedings of conferences sponsored by Michigan Sea Grant, and reports. These publications are divided into two series: Unit Publications and Topical Publications. The bulk of the publications are technical reports that were published between 1972-1998.