Found in 178 Collections and/or Records:
Office of the University Provost, Academic Planning and Accountability institutional studies and program reviews
Brief Description of Collection Office of Academic Planning and Accountability (OAPA) administrative files on program accreditation and reviews, community engagement, and affiliated centers and institutes including Simmons College. OAPA is under the Office of the Executive Vice President and University Provost and oversees the areas of institutional research and planning, institutional effectiveness, and accreditation and academic planning.
Content Description This collection contains videotapes and films of University of Louisville football and basketball activities from 1979-1990, as well as a limited number of videos of other UL-related activities. Also included are the "Sports Pages" program, concerning University of Louisville sports activities. There are video tapes of the Denny Crum show from 1985-1988, "Sports Pages" program, half-time shows, and the Howard Schnellenberger Show. Much of the content is either 3/4" tape, video cassettes, or...
Content Description Lectures given by Richard Alpert (Baba Ram Dass) in the Library lecture lounge, in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Title = "Richard Alpert: on consciousness and then some."
Dates: late 1960s/early 1970s
American Association of University Professors, University of Louisville Chapter administrative files
Collection — Box 1
Content Description These collection contains the papers of the A.A.U.P., including the Walter N. Scott case, 1966 and Committee T: reports, minutes, correspondence, and memoranda, 1967-1968, reports on faculty compensation by the Economic Welfare Committee, circa 1976.
Collection — Box 1
Content Description Minutes from the University of Louisville chapter of the AAUP for 1955-1965, 1972 and 1975. Also includes files from Committee T (1967-68) and the Economic Welfare Committee (1975), as well as another file that may relate to a grievance.
Content Description Consists primarily of basketball film from the late 1950s to the late 1980s, although this group also contains two reels of film from a football game played in 1971. The films are not always clearly labeled, and are often undated, so it is possible that other film cans are mislabeled or misfiled. In addition, it is common for film from a particular game to be found distributed across several boxes. While the films were inventoried and sometimes reboxed when preparing for the move to high...
Scope and Contents Consists primarily of game films from University of Louisville football games. These films were shot for coaching purposes rather than for broadcast, so they focus on offense, defense, or special teams performance - rather than following the game straight through. There are also a few films of "clinics."
Dates: circa 1950-1975
Content Description 11 reels that highlight changes in basketball uniforms and playing style. An earlier description included additional items that were not found as of 2020: films of basketball games with Evansville (1947-1948); Eastern (1947); Manhattan (1955 NIT game); "Spotlight on UofL Sports" (highlights of UL/UK 1959 NCAA game, 1956 NIT games and 1948 NAIB). The U-matic tape of highlights was created from 16mm film, May 27, 1993.
Content Description Digitized versions of athletics films that cannot be clearly linked to a physical reel or videotape. Includes: Tennessee, football, 1954 (accession 1975-036 has a Tennessee reel dated 1953); Evansville, football, 1954 (accession 1975-036 has an Evansville reel dated 1956). The 1954 football videos could be from Accession 1975-036, since that accession has a number of unlabeled reels. Johnny Unitas played in the Tennessee and Evansville games. Basketball: Memphis, Denny Crum era; identified by...