Estercilia Simanca Pushaina's Lecture on the Wayuu Indigenous People
Color photographs of Estercilia Simanca Pushaina a Colombian-Wayuu attorney, writer and indigenous peoples rights advocate giving a lecture in the Oak Room at the Student Center. The Wayuu are the largest group of indigenous people in Colombia and are facing several struggles with the government over their rights.
Colombian, Social Justice, Indigenous peoples, lectures
Footprints of Asia
Color photographs of the Footprints of Asia event during Asian American Awareness Week. This event was a series of lectures examining the experiences of Asians immigrating to the United States.
Emigration & immigration, lectures, Students
1949-1978 Jay L. Nelson: Documents
These are documentation in relation to President Jay L. Nelson. He was the second president of the College. He oversaw the transition from Salt Lake Area Vocational School to Salt Lake Trade Technical Institute to Utah Technical College at Salt Lake. His book, The First Thirty Years, documented the College’s history from 1948 to 1978. Included are documents related to presentations given by President Nelson about the College; a Brief about his professional experience, activities, political affiliation, and communication skills; and Newspaper clippings that highlight Jay L. Nelson in his different roles at the College throughout the years as well as documentation of awards given to him.
College administrators, lecturers, lectures, College presidents, awards, briefs, Politics & government, speeches, Families, articles, Utah Technical College at Salt Lake, doctoral degrees, degrees