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TAMUG History Notebooks, 1962-1993
(Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1962)
Vol. 1-. Typescript histories, reports, regulations, memos and news clippings in looseleaf notebooks documenting the Texas maritime Academy and TAMUG's history. ALSO includes photographs in Vol 5. All enclosed in binders. ...
Faculty Publications (TAMU), 1968-1973
(Texas A&M University, 1968)
2 bound volumes containing a list of scholarly and technical publications of Texas A&M University faculty and the titles of dissertations and theses completed under the direction of members of the graduate faculty. Faculty ...
TAMU Oceanography Abstracts of Tech Reports, 1969-1973
Four bound lists of abstracts of technical reports produced by the faculty and research staff of the Department of Oceanography of Texas A&M University.
Newsletter produced for former students, parents, and friends of TAMUG.
Institutional Self Study, 1962-1993
Departmental and University self-studies. Institutional self-study reports were prepared for reaffirmation of accreditation in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
TAMUG Request for Legislative Appropriations, 1972-1990
Bound copies of the requests for legislative appropriations for the Texas A&M University at Galveston campus.
TAMUG Office of Public Information, 1962-2008
(TAMUG Office of Public Information, 1962)
Office Records. Includes In The News, press releases, office correspondence, cruises and a small number of Summer WAVES. In the News are bound photocopies of news clippings about TAMUG, faculty and students.
TAMUG Budgets, 1961-2009
Yearly operating budget for Texas A&M University at Galveston.
Telephone Directory, 1977-2007
Printed directories of faculty and staff campus phone numbers, for the use of Texas A&M Galveston students, faculty, and staff.
Academic Regulations, 1979-1986
Bound volumes of the academic regulations. “The purpose of this handbook is to present the rules and regulations which govern student academic endeavors and activities at Texas A&M University at Galveston and which describe ...