By Kate Krueger
A new collection consisting of papers from the College of Business is now available. Established in 1906, The Carl H. Lindner College of Business has been a vital part of the University with approximately 2900 undergraduate and 600 graduate students. This collection contains documents from the mid 1970’s to early 2000’s ranging from revisions of various programs in the department such as the MBA and PhD program and materials from student groups. Also included in the collection are papers from the Alpha Rho Epsilon fraternity.
Alpha Rho Epsilon is a professional real estate fraternity that has been a valuable resource for students interested in the field of Real Estate and has increased success in job placement for its members. Members of the fraternity have the opportunity to tour newly constructed buildings in the area and speak with individuals who were involved in the construction process. The fraternity also hosts speakers from the Real Estate industry and creates many networking opportunities for its members including a professional resume book that is sent to many companies throughout the nation. Included in the collection are documents relating to student tours of the Rookwood Pavilion after its construction in the 1990’s. Agenda’s, meeting minutes and other materials from meetings are included in the collection as well as other important group documents.
For more information on this collection please see to the OhioLINK EAD Finding Aid. For more information on the Archives and Rare Books Library please go to http://www.libraries.uc.edu/libraries/arb/.