Guide to the Rice University Dean of Continuing Education records, 1987-2001 UA 229
Founded in 1968, the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies now enrolls more than 12,000 people into programs in professional development, personal development, and languages. The school promotes personal and professional development for the larger Houston community, offering daytime and evening courses. The professional development program includes courses on career development, communication skills, financial education, and human resource education. The personal development program includes courses in the arts, humanities, sciences, photography, and creative writing. The School of Continuing Studies also offers a program to allow working adults to obtain their Master of Liberal Studies degree.
The current Dean of Continuing Education, Mary McIntire, became founding dean of Continuing Studies in 1986 after a strong career in the School of Continuing Studies for over ten years. Mary McIntire continued to support Rice University throughout her career not only as Dean of Continuing Education, but as chair of various committees including the KTRU and Audio/Visual Committee. Dr. McIntire has recieved awards for supporting women in education and was named Houston Women's Federation Woman of the Year in 1997. See gscs.rice.edu for more information.
The Dean of Continuing Education Records contain materials related to the Dean of Continuing Education, specifically Mary McIntire. These records consist of financial statements, blueprints, images, proposals, correspondence, student publications, pamphlets, and surveys. The records begin in 1987 and continue through 2001, with the bulk of the information starting in the early 1990s.
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Rice University Dean of Continuing Education records, 1987-2001, UA 229, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.
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