Inventory of the University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology records 0274

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2010


Title: University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology records
Collection number: 0274
Contributing Institution: USC Libraries Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 6.0 boxes
Date (inclusive): 1964-1987
Abstract: The USC Davis School of Gerontology records chronicle the development of Genrontology at USC, 1964-1987. Erected as a tribute to Ethel Percy Andrus, the Andrus Gerontology Center is committed to understanding aging and preparing professionals to work in an aging society. Founded in 1975, the Davis School is the nation's first professional School of Gerontology. With its own faculty representing various disciplines, the School is able to offer students a wide range of scientific and professional Gerontology courses.
creator: Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center. Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. -- Archives

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology records, Collection no. 0274, University Archives, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Acquisition

Boxes 1-5 received December 14, 1987; box received July 8, 1988.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Scope and Content

The USC Davis School of Gerontology records consist of reports, contracts, guidelines, plans, grant applications, publicity, and publications, 1964-1987, that chronicle the development of Genrontology at USC . Erected as a tribute to Ethel Percy Andrus, the Andrus Gerontology Center is commited to understanding aging and preparing professionals to work in an aging society. Founded in 1975, the Leonard Davis School is the nation's first professional School of Gerontology. With its own faculty representing various disciplines, the School is able to offer students a wide range of scientific and professional Gerontology courses.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Brochures
Gerontology--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources
Gerontology--Study and teaching--Archival resources
Legal instruments
Printed ephemera
Publications
Reports

Box 1

Institute for the Study Retirement and Aging, (Ross Cortese) 1964-1968

Scope and Contents note

Contracts, guidelines, plans, grant applications, publicity, etc.
Box 1

USC Gerontology Center, 1969-1971

Scope and Contents note

Contracts, guidelines, plans, grant applications, publicity, etc.
Box 1

Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center, 1972-

Scope and Contents note

Contracts, guidelines, plans, grant applications, publicity, etc.
Box 1

Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, 1976-

Scope and Contents note

Contracts, guidelines, plans, grant applications, publicity, etc.
Box 1

Architectural Drawings of [Gerontology] Center undated

Box 1

Time Capsule Information undated

Box 1

Gerontology Center Report, 1965-1968

Box 1

Gerontology Center Report, 1969-1971

Box 1

First Fifteen Years of Progress, 1980

Box 1

Andrus Center Priorities--Long-Range Plans undated

Box 1

Faculty Recruited/Supported AGC, 1965-1980

Box 1

"Boilerplate," 1972-1982

Box 1

AGC Accreditation Reports undated

Box 1

Academic Planning Reports undated

Box 1

History of Organizational Structure/Logo undated

Box 1

Scientific Meetings at Which Faculty/Students Made Presentations undated

Box 1

Record of Grants Received, 1972-1982

Scope and Contents note

See also Business Office Reports.
Box 1

Miscellaneous Brochures, Flyers, Newsletters, 1965-1985

Box 1

Statements of Faculty/Students for Congressional Hearings, 1973

 

Andrus Gerontology Center, Administration Annual Reports

Box 2

Director's Report, 1965-1986

Box 2

Computer, 1977-1981

Box 2

Development Office (AA, BIA, BOC), 1974-1986

Box 2

Library, 1974-1983

Box 2

Publications/Public Relations, 1972-1980

Box 2

Leonard Davis School Annual Reports, 1976-1983

Box 2

Leonard Davis School Student Directories undated

 

Division of Educational Development Annual Reports

Box 2

Summer Institute, 1967-1980

Box 2

Continuing Education, 1967-1980

Box 2

Graduate Training, 1967-1974

 

Institute for Policy and Program Development, 1976-1983

Box 3

Community Programs, 1968-1974

Box 3

Volunteers, 1973-

Box 3

Research Institute, 1974-1983

Box 3

Andrew Norman Institute for Advanced Study, 1980-

Box 3

NATO Symposium undated

Box 3

Golden Achievement Award (Armand Hammer)/International Fellowship undated

Box 3

Graduates with Expertise in Gerontology, Ph.D.'s & Masters in Related Disciplines (abstracts of dissertations) 1968-1986

Box 3

Kesten Lecture Series, 1973-1987

Box 3

Visiting Scholars Program, Sabbatical Visitors, etc., 1965-1985

Box 3

NRTA-AARP Scholarship Awardees, 1971-1987

Box 3

James E. Birren Retirement Dinner and Convocation, 1986

Box 3

Stever Courtyard Dedication, 1986

Box 3

Madeline Kaiser Will, 1983

Box 3

Successful Aging Conference, 1987

Box 4

Visitors Committee Report, 1983

Box 4

Minutes of Executive Committee, 1977-1985

Box 5

News clippings (some photographs), 1964-1985

Box 6

Annual Reports: Andrus Gerontology Center undated

Box 6

Leonard Davis School of Gerontology undated

Box 6

Institute For Policy and Program undated

Box 6

Development undated

Box 6

Gerontology Center publications undated