UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
DR. RAKESH K. BHATNAGAR
Bhatnagar, Dr. Rakesh K., 1936-2002
Publications file, 1963-1997, 4 undtd items. 53 items.
Contains: reprints, offprints of scientific articles, technical reports, book reports authored and co-authored by RKB.
Chronologically arranged by publication date.
Transferred to UPG Archives, January, 2005.
DR. DONALD GIBSON
Gibson, Dr. Donald
American Society (Fall, 1981); Deviance and Social Control (Winter, 1982); Introduction to Sociology (Fall, 1982; Winter 1982); Political Sociology (Winter, 1982); Technology and Social Change (Fall, 1982).
DR. STANLEY M. KATZMAN
Katzman, Dr. Stanley M.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY MANUAL by Stanley Katzman. Edition 6.1, June, 1995. 258 p.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY MANUAL by Stanley Katzman. 7th ed., 2003.267 p.
DR. NORMAN N. McWHINNEY
McWhinney, Dr. Norman N.
Faculty papers, 1964-1995. 7FF: .16 lin. ft.
Includes: correspondence, annual faculty evaluations, theater activity file, news clippings, photographs, memorabilia file.
Gift of Dr. Norman McWhinney, May 21, 1997.
See also: RG60 Prints -- Portraits -- UPG Faculty -- McWhinney, Dr. Norman
CORREPONDENCE, 1964-1995. 1 FF
Principally copies of outgoing letters encompassing personal and professional activities. Subjects include the following in re: UPG: advising program, Lynch estate (1964), Education Placement Office, sabbatical leaves, permanent motto of Ridilla Field (10/30/89), fund raising, proposed campus film series (Kenneth Clark Civilization Series, J. Bronowski Ascent of Man Series), establishing of Humanities Day by Dr. Colette Levin (12/12/82), proposed naming of Smith Hall, UPG annual series of poetry readings. Also contains reference to NNM’s poetry, their publication in anthologies and periodicals, poetry readings. Includes letters of recommendation in support of colleagues and students, letters in re: NNM’s dissertation principally with Dr. Richard Tobias his dissertation advisor and letters from former students in re: NNM’s influence on them. Letter of March 12, 1965 to President Lyndon Johnson in re: the “Great Society” vis-a-vis the issue of voting rights in Alabama. Letter of May 11, 1966 to Prof. Lawrence Lee comments on Poetry Magazine; ltr 10/27/99 Rex Downie, Jr. to NNM in which RD, Jr. discusses his writing over a ten year period.
Annual Faculty Evaluations, 1990-1994. 4 items. 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994.
Contains: Undtd announcement of the creation in 2006 of the Norman N. McWhinney scholarship in English Literature at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg funded by a pledged annual donation from Dr. Christopher Luccy (UPG 1967-68) of $2,000 ($1,000 to a senior and $1,000 to a junior UPG student); the announcement includes criteria of eligibility for junior and senior competitions; letters of nomination for the 2006 Luccy scholarships with supporting documentation; memorandum nomination for the 2006 Luccy scholarships with supporting documentation; memorandum dtd 12/8/06 from Dr. Frank A. Cassell to Dr. Richard Blevins and Dr. Norman McWhinney thanking them for informing him of the winning of the 2006 Luccy scholarships by Jamie Matthews and Amy Duli.
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Norman McWhinney Scholarship for Excellence in Written Communication Award.
Theater Activity. General File.
Includes: acting credits, 1968-1984; news clipping of a review of NNM
in Chekkov’s, “The Marriage Proposal” and Pirandello’s, “The Man With the Flower in
is Mouth”; program of “The Proposal” by Anton Chekhov, directed by NNM;
announcement of the reading of “Amanda” or “Hey, Babe Your Soul or Mine?” by
THEATER ACTIVITY. WORLD PREMIERE OF A K.C. CONSTANTINE PLAY, THE SECOND MRS. DEMYAN.
Memorandum of Understanding
Dtd 10/29/98 from FAC to K.C. Constantine and Dr. Norman McWhinney in which FAC recapitulates his understanding of various agreements made at a 10/28/98 meeting. Items discussed: date, script, roles, budget, income from audience, book signing, publishing of the play, compensation for Mr. Constantine, timetable, title [of the play], contract.
Contains: undtd estimated cost of project; undtd draft budget; request to cut checks for cast and crew.
5th draft; 5th draft NNM's revision of Act 1; 6th draft; Blocking Script.
Contains: news releases announcing audition dates; newspaper clippings of audition announcements.
Contains: biographical information for cast members: Deborah Casciani, Valerie Drake, Christopher Scott, Norman N. McWhinney; notes on actors' auditions; directors comments on actors who auditioned.
Contains: rehearsal calendar, stage directions, costuming, scenery.
Contains: 9 rehearsal prints, 1 negative strip of a rehearsal.
1 90 minute tape of a rehearsal (?).
Contains: memo dtd 8/6/99 from FAC to UPG Faculty and Staff announcing the world premier; brochures; program; 1st draft of brochure of play; news release dtd 7/22/99.
See also: RG25 Library. Ser.: UPG CULTURAL SERIES. Programs. THE SECOND MRS. DEMYAN.
UPG FACULTY CLUB. Miscellaneous items in re: the organizing of a UPG Faculty Club.
MEMORABLILA. Includes: announcement of Twilight Garden Series which included
participation of NNM; copy of “A Plethora of Punishing Quizzys” v.2 compiled by
Robert John Albert “Punkin” Pratt, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg and sent to
NNM by the author; program of “A Musical Tribute to “The Golden Legend of Seton Hill College” Monsignor William Granger Ryan” presented by Arthur J. Nobile, Jr., organist, Seton Hill College, December 1, 1996.
PHOTOGRAPHS. 3 items.
One item includes NNM and John Kikler, a caretaker for C.M. Lynch and who stayed on to keep the gardens for UPG.
Retirement Party. Dec. 1995.
DR.THAD P. ZALESKIEWICZ
Zaleskiewicz, Dr. Thad P.
[Contemportary Physics Education Project (CPEP), 1998-2008] 4FF
File maintained by TPZ, Prof. of Physics, on the participation in the events and activities promoted and sponsored by the CPEP. The charge in the charter of the CPEP "to develop, test, and encourage use of teaching materials, primarily intended for use in the introductory (high school and freshman) physics and chemistry courses. CPEP offered teacher training workshops at the regional, national and international levels. [Arranged chronologically.]