Left to Right: S. V. Lund, Fred R. Greene Jr., William A. Carver. R. A. Horne, James B. Larsen, Dave Turner, Frank Hulbert. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
A free public symposium. Eight internationally-recognized photographers and filmmakers were commissioned to create new work about the emotional and collaborative experience of working with hospices and hospice care. Each immersed themselves, over an extended period of time and in different cities, in the world of the people who know it best: patients, families and health care providers. "Hospice: a Photographic Inquiry" held March 31 - June 10, 2001.
Powwow around 047 Light Observation Helicopter (LOH) - "The Pacifier" - the man on the far left (leaning on the aircraft) Warrant Officer (WO) Smitty Smith, next to him is unknown, the 3rd from the right (Facing the camera) is Warrant Officer (WO) Carl Grey, next to last on the right is (Captain) Wayne Suggart - he's talking to Warrant Officer (WO) "Obie" O'Brian (Last on the right). Photo by David Adams, a Cobra pilot in the gun group during the years 1970-1971 with the Scout Platoon, D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. Courtesy of Mike Gustin.
Curricular Implications of Manpower Data (Education and Employment, Where is the Balance?)
Talk entittled, Curricular Implications of Manpower Data (Education and Employment, Where is the Balance?), given by President Jay L. Nelson at the Utah Conference on Higher Education on September 15, 1972.
June 11, 1970 Panel Comments at National Conference on Accreditation
Panel Comments presented by Jay L. Nelson, President, Utah Tech, given at the National Conference on Accreditation of Public Postsecondary Occupational Education in Atlanta, Georgia on June 11, 1970. The comments are focused upon the recent accreditation of Utah Tech, the evaluation instrument utilized and a variety of questions such as: should accreditation be done by a national or a regional group; do you need both institutional accreditation and program accreditation; and issues revolving around degrees granted to students without GEDs or high school degrees.
Utah Vocational Association Mid-Winter Conference, February 22, 1969
Speech given by Jay L. Nelson for the Utah Vocational Association Mid-Winter Conference Banquet on February 22, 1969 welcoming individuals to the conference and thanking the executive committee for selecting the UTC Campus as the convention center.
Utah Conference on Higher Education Panel Comments by Jay L. Nelson
Should Manpower Needs Dictate Higher Education Curriculum? - panel comments presented by Jay L. Nelson at the Utah Conference on Higher Education, September 11, 1972. In many ways these comments are an argument for the need for community and technical colleges.
Welcome Remarks by President Jay L. Nelson for the All Personnel Meeting of September 11, 1976 at Utah Tech. The welcoming remarks are akin to convocation remarks - welcoming back faculty and staff for a new year. References are made to the 25th anniversary dinner the past may and to the changes in the physical campus.
President's Report Outline for UTC All Personnel Meeting of September 11, 1975. The outline highlights: 1. Enviable Reputation (of the College); 2. Utah's Growth and Development; 3. Articulation of Instruction; 4. College Advising Program; 5. Individualized Instruction.