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Lloyd International Honors College Records

Identifier: UA 25.1

Scope and Contents

The collection contains correspondence from program presidents Keith Kushman and Bruce Caldwell, memos, annual reports, an archive of the department's website, and other records related to honors courses, Honors Council, and honors programs in individual academic units and in the interdisciplinary Honors Program. Several documents involve Caldwell and Kushman. Both men were professors at UNCG, Caldwell is an economics professor currently at Duke. Dr. Cushman is a leading international D. H. Lawrence scholar. He has broad interests in modern and contemporary drama and British poetry and fiction. He teaches seminars on Lawrence and Virginia Woolf and modern Irish literature. He is now retired from teaching. Also, included are academic courses that members of the honors college were offered. Along those lines there are also several reviews of academic courses as well as proposals for the college and program to consider.


  • 1962 - 2021


Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright is retained by the creators of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information. Please see our Sensitive Materials Statement.

Historical Note

In June 1946, the Proposed Plan for Awarding Honors called for the establishment of a Committee on Honors at Woman's College (now UNCG). The school's first "Plan for Honors Work" was written in 1947, focused on honors work for seniors. In Spring 1962, the Honors Work Committee successfully proposed establishment of an Honors Program. During the 1962-1963 academic year, the University officially extended its Honors Program from departmental study understaken only by seniors to students in all undergraduate years.

In the 2004-2005 academic year, the Honors Program was renamed the International Honors College. The following year, it was renamed the Lloyd International Honors College after receiving a gift from Rebecca A. Lloyd, a 1950 graduate of Woman's College and a U.S. Navy veteran. The Llyod International Honors College opened its first honors residence hall in the fall of 2010 in North Spencer Hall.


3.75 Linear Feet (3 boxes)

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The collection contains correspondence, memos, reports, an archive of the department's website, and other records related to honors courses, Honors Council, and honors programs in individual academic units and in the interdisciplinary Honors Program. This collection consists of documents from 1962-2015. Along with files on the honors program, the files also include extensive files on classes and programs that students could choose to take. This set of files covers materials from Archeology, all the way to Russian Studies.


Materials have been processed into individual series and within each series the folders have been arranged alphabetically.

Method of Acquistion

Records were transferred from the department or unit.

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Processing Information

Processed by Sean Mulligan in October 2018.

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Repository Details

Part of the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives Repository

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