5 edition of Lasell a History of the 1st Junior College found in the catalog.
Lasell a History of the 1st Junior College
Donald J. Winslow
by Lasell Junior College
Written in English
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Lasell’s archives are named for Dr. Winslow, who gathered and established the collection and wrote the book “Lasell: A History of the First Junior College for Women.’’. Lasell College is a private institution of higher education in Newton, Massachusetts, 8 miles (13 kilometers) west of downtown Boston. Its origins trace back to the Auburndale Female Seminary, a junior college founded by Edward and Josiah Lasell in The institution had many name changes over the years before taking its current name in
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Written by Donald Winslow inLasell: A History of the First Junior College for Women includes information on people and events from throughout Lasell's history.
Copies are available to borrow at Brennan Library, or online in the archives' digital collections. Lasell principals and presidents. Principals: Edward Lasell. Winslow graduated from Newton High School in before receiving degrees from both Tufts University and Boston University.
While working at Lasell, Winslow served as the school’s historian and even published a book titled Lasell: A History of the First Junior College for Women.
Lasell was the first school to own a pool. Founded in as the Auburndale Female Seminary, Lasell was the first two-year college for women in the country at a time when a woman's place was considered to be in the home, not in the classroom.
InLasell officially became Lasell Junior College, and inthe school was chartered as a four-year institution, Lasell College. It traces the lives and status of African Americans, enslaved and emancipated, as they confronted the barriers of legal, institutional, and cultural prejudices; it examines the socioeconomic and political experiences of blacks in America and investigates strategies of accommodation, resistance, and protest in the struggle of African Americans to gain human and first-class citizenship rights.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Lasell Junior College--Students, Lasell College--Students, College Yearbooks Publisher Lasell Junior College Be the first one to write a review. Views. He was born and grew up in Karandon House. He is perhaps best remembered for having created the Lasell Memorabilia Room, later dedicated as the Winslow Archives in Don’s book Lasell: A History of the First Junior College for Women is available to borrow at Brennan Library, or online in the archives’ digital collections.
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By Holly Feola - Staff On Feb. 8, President Michael B. Alexander announced that Lasell is transitioning from a college to a university. This comes after the college expanded its graduate program. This president expanded on this message at the town hall meeting on Feb. 20 in de Witt Hall.
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History and the Connection to Lasell University. Seeking innovative ways to serve its mission and engage the community in lifelong learning, Lasell University approved plans in for this non-profit, first-in-America, educational retirement community and began the approval process with the City of Newton, Massachusetts.
The LEAVES is Lasell College's alumni magazine son of former Lasell President Guy Winslow and author of Lasell: A History of the First Junior College for Women, was the focus of a Boston Globe.After retiring from the university, in he published a book Lasell: A History of the First Junior College for Women.
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