Guide to the Rice University Wiess School of Natural Sciences dean search records, 1997-1998 UA 129
Wiess School of Natural Sciences was dedicated in 1979 to honor Harry C. Wiess and Olga K. Wiess. However, Rice has been dedicated to the natural sciences since its inception in 1912. The 2006-2007 General Announcements describe the Wiess School of Natural Sciences as being comprised of biochemistry and cell biology, chemistry, earth science, ecology and evolutionary biology, mathematics, and physics and astronomy.
In 1997, Rice University began a national search for a new dean for the Wiess School of Natural Sciences. This collection contains records related to that search, including lists of committee members, lists of candidates, correspondence, university news releases and other related records, such as the 1997 strategic plan for the Wiess School of Natural Sciences.
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Rice University Wiess School of Natural Sciences dean search records; 1997-1998, UA 129, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
Collection acquired from Rice University administration.
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