This accession consists of records that document the pre- and post-doctoral internship program; academic appointment records; budget justifications; and correspondence, invitations, background information, lists of guest participants, tapes, and transcripts to the Smithsonian Institution conference on "Appraising the Museum's Effectiveness in Communications," November 20-21, 1968.
This accession consists of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, and resumes and curricula vitae created and maintained by Philip C. Ritterbush during his tenure as Director of the Office of Academic Programs. Also included are grant and program proposals. Some materials date from Ritterbush's tenure as Special Assistant to the Secretary for …
This record unit documents the first four International Symposia sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution, with some documentation of the fifth. The first symposium celebrated the bicentennial of James Smithson's birth and was organized by Philip C. Ritterbush, Special Assistant to the Secretary. The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, background research …
The major portion of these records was created during the tenure of Philip Ritterbush. Also included is some material from Ritterbush's tenure as Special Assistant to the Secretary for Scientific Matters, 1964-1967, and as Assistant to the Secretary for Policy Analysis and Planning, 1967-1968. These items apparently were integrated into the records …
Washington Academic Calendar
This accession consists of a reference set of "Washington Academic Calendar," a newsletter published by the Office of Academic Programs documenting news and events of interest to the Washington, D.C. academic, cultural, and scientific community. The newsletter provides information about conferences, symposiums, workshops, committees, lectures, annual meetings, special events, and …
This accession consists of records documenting the Office of Academic Studies internship program. Materials include correspondence, application inquiries, and other administrative records.
This accession consists of records documenting the Office of Academic Studies fellowship program. Materials include correspondence, grant proposals submitted to and guidelines from outside funding agencies, fiscal reports, and progress reports.
These records consist of the files of Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth (former Program Officer) and Edward Davidson (former Executive Officer). Materials include correspondence, memoranda, and minutes pertaining to the restructuring of the department's organization.
This accession consists of records created and maintained by Mary Sangrey, Director, documenting intern, training, fellowship, and minority student outreach programs administered by the Office of Academic Services. The majority of the records pertain to the Research Training Program, a summer program that allows undergraduate students the opportunity to perform …
This accession consists of records documenting the development of the Office of Academic Services website and supporting web applications, such as the National Museum of Natural History's Academic Portal and its institution-wide successor, the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA). Much of the website focuses on the Research Training Program …