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Series Scope and Content Summary
This series consists of publications that relate to the arts and sciences. The faculty scholarship mainly represented in
this collection is from Dr. Frederick Scott, SJSU Professor of Philosophy from 1965 to 1985. Dr. Scott's articles are published
San Jose Studies,
The Modern Schoolman, and the
Walter Burley's De Sensibus to name a few. Also included are the
President's Scholars: Teaching and Learning which presents the views of twenty-eight President's Scholars on the problems of teaching and learning at San Jose State
College which grew out of an Ad Hoc Committee on Quality of Teaching questionnaires in 1969-1970 and a three hour symposium
in May 1970. In addition, there are copies of
The Annual President's Scholar's Address, starting from its inception in 1974 which was delivered by Arturo B. Fallico, Professor of Philosophy through the 1984 address
delivered by Dr. Robert A. Hicks, Professor of Psychology. The President's Annual Scholar's Address, which became obsolete
after 1984, honored members of faculty with high distinction through its recognition of prominent scholarly inquiry and activity,
and who contributed to the intellectual and cultural tradition of San José State University. In addition to the philosophy
and psychology departments, history, chemistry, music, and theatre arts departments are also represented.
This series is arranged chronologically and by date.