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UA 105.011 Guide to the North Carolina State University, College of Engineering, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering Records, 1919 - 2006
The collection is organized into two series. General Records are arranged alphabetically by topic. Unprocessed Materials are at the end of the collection in the order received.
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[Box 1] Alliance for Engineering Leadership, 1982
[Box 1] American Society of Civil Engineers, 1965-1980
[Box 1] American Society of Civil Engineers, 1981-1990, undated
[Box 1] Brochures, undated
[Box 1] Capital Improvements Project Requests, 1976
[Box 1] City/University Program, 1973-1974
[Box 1] Committees
[Box 1] Civil Engineering Awards, 1975-1976
[Box 1] Curriculum and Course, 1981-1982
[Box 1] Government-Faculty Liaison, 1969
[Box 1] Waste Disposal, 1971-1972, undated
[Box 1] Committees and Special Assignments, 1975-1983
[Box 1] Conferences and Meetings, 1950-1959
[Box 1] Construction Management Training Program Manual, Sections 1-3, 1981
[Box 1] Construction Management Training Program Manual,Section 4-Appendices, 1981
[Box 1] Course and Curriculum, 1952-1993
[Box 1] Engineering Foundation, 1981
[Box 1] Engineering Publications, 1981
[Box 2] Engineers Council for Professional Development Curriculum Report, 1958
[Box 2] Environmental Health Sciences Center, 1961-1966
[Box 2] Faculty Assignments, 1972-1977
[Box 2] Faculty Information, Department of Civil Engineering, 1974-1975
[Box 2] Faculty Manpower Planning, 1973
[Box 2] Faculty Meetings, 1959-1984
[Box 2] Faculty Meetings, 1985-1989
[Box 2] Forest Resources, 1976, undated
[Box 2] General Information, 1924-1956, undated
[Box 2] Graduates, 1896-1931
[Box 2] Graduation Requirements, 1982
[Box 2] Hazardous Materials, 1981-1986
[Box 2] Honors and Awards, Students, 1947-1966
[Box 3] Honors and Awards, Students, 1977-1978
[Box 3] Honors and Awards, Students, 1979-1980
[Box 3] Honors and Awards, Students, 1981, undated
[Box 3] Industrial Engineering, Department of, 1975-1976
[Box 3] Institute for Transportation Research and Education, 1976-1978
[Box 3] Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering Institute, 1984-1990
[Box 3] Reports, 1985-1991
[Box 3] Judicial Process, 1972
[Box 3] Junior Engineering Technical Society, 1977
[Box 3] Lectures, 1959-1969
[Box 3] Harrelson, 1985
[Box 3] Henry M. Shaw Series, 1965-1969
[Box 3] Henry M. Shaw Series: Announcements and Programs, 1966-1987
[Box 3] Legislative Research Commission, 1972
[Box 3] Long Range Planning Reports, 1957-1988
[Box 4] Marine Science Program, 1969-1978
[Box 4] Materials Engineering, Department of, 1967-1985
[Box 4] Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Department of, 1975-1982
[Box 4] Minerals Research Laboratory, 1981
[Box 4] Nuclear Engineering, Department of, 1972-1979
[Box 4] Occupational Safety and Health Program, 1974
[Box 4] Publications and Research Projects, 1948-1966
[Box 4] Research, College of Engineering, 1968-1973
[Box 4] University, 1961-1990
[Box 4] Southern Water Resources and Pollution Control Conference, 1951-1969
[Box 4] Surveying Transit Gift, 1940-1957
[Box 4] Class Schedules for L. J. Jordan (student), 1919 - 1922
[Box 4] Departmental Pamphlets and Brochures, 2005 - 2006
[Flat Folder 1] Diploma of Carroll Lamb Mann, undated
Copy of original diploma of Carrol Lamb Mann from the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. Signed at bottom by various members of the faculty.
[Flat Folder 2] Posters with class photos of the Civil Engineering classes of 1942-1945, 1942-1945
[Half Box 5] Memos, 1974-1975 (Accession no. 2010-0115)
North Carolina State University. Dept. of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering.
2.25 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
4 archival boxes, 1 archival half box
Transferred from North Carolina State University, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering.
Processed by: Russell S. Koonts;machine-readable finding aid created by: Pat Webber; Finding aid updated by Cate Putirskis, 2010 August
2010 August, Finding aid updated to reflect additions to the collection by Cate Putirskis, 2010 August.
Includes correspondence, minutes, reports, memoranda, work plans, and project files dating from 1919 to 2006 and relating to the establishment of the marine science curriculum, the Integrated Manufacturing Engineering Institute, and the Henry M. Shaw Lecture Series in Civil Engineering.
Civil engineering at North Carolina State University began as part of the Mechanics Course, which was first taught in 1889. In 1895 the Mechanics Course separated into civil engineering and mathematics when Wallace Carl Riddick became the first professor of civil engineering. Civil engineering became a separate department in 1906. Civil, mechanical and electrical engineering continued to be housed in the Mechanical building until civil engineering moved to the Horticulture building.
Winston Hall (named for the college's President, George Tayloe Winston) was completed in 1910 to house chemical, civil, and electrical engineering. Around 1917 professor Harry Tucker developed a curriculum in highway engineering to meet the expanding needs of the state's highway system.
The Engineers' Council for Professional Development (ECPD) accredited the civil engineering curriculum in 1937 and renewed the accreditation in 1949.
In 2003, the Department of Civil Engineering became the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering. Currently the department is one of the five largest in the country. It offers undergraduate programs in computer-aided engineering; construction engineering and management; geotechnical/geoenvironmental engineering; structural engineering and mechanics; transportation engineering and materials; and water resources and environmental engineering. The department offers graduate programs in coastal and ocean engineering; computer aided engineering, construction engineering and management; geotechnical/geoenvironmental engineering, public works engineering/administration, structures and mechanics; transportation engineering and materials; and water resources and environmental engineering.
Additional information and resources on the history of the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering can be found through the NCSU Historical State website .
American Society of Civil Engineers, North Carolina State University Student Chapter Records (UA 021.432)
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