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Thayer School of Engineering. Accounting



In 1867, Dartmouth graduate Sylvanus Thayer founded the first civilian schools of engineering in the nation at his alma mater. He organized engineering at Dartmouth according to a deeply held principle: engineers need a broad educational foundation spanning the arts and sciences to be prepared for "the most responsible positions and the most difficult service," a central tenet of Dartmouth Engineering that still remains to this day.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Thayer School of Engineering, Accounting records May Be Restricted

Identifier: DA-785
Date(s): 1973 to 2003
Scope and Contents

The collection contains overseers meeting records, including charts and minutes, files on research contracts, including proposals and contracts, financial reports of the executive financial officer and material related to the Council of Budgets and Priorities.

The records document the activities of the accounting department at the Thayer School of Engineering.

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