Guide to the Baldwin Scholars Program records, 2003-ongoing
The Baldwin Scholars Program at Duke University began during the 2004/2005 academic year. The Program aims to empower women to change Duke's campus culture and the world beyond. It is named for Alice M. Baldwin, the first dean of Duke University's Woman's College. Materials within the collection include program proposal, recruitment and publicity materials, newsletters, annual reports, group photographs of the Baldwin Scholars, and information about retreats, seminars, projects, and the scholars themselves. Material ranges in dates from 2003-ongoing.
- Record Group
- Baldwin Scholars Program records
- Duke University. Baldwin Scholars Program
- 2.5 linear feet, 677 Items
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
- Material in English
Collection contains materials pertaining to the formation and the operation of the Baldwin Scholars Program including the program proposal, recruitment and publicity materials, newsletter, annual reports, group photographs of the Baldwin Scholars, and information about retreats, seminars, and projects. Also included are the "Duke Inquiries in Gender: Report and Recommendation," and brief sketches of the Baldwin Scholars. Material ranges in dates from 2003-ongoing.
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The Baldwin Scholars Program (BSP) at Duke University began during the 2004/2005 academic year. The Program aims to empower women to change Duke's campus culture and the world beyond. BSP is a four-year program for undergraduate women at Duke that gives students the opportunity to develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills, increase their personal awareness and growth, become connected to a strong and supportive network of peers and mentors, and work to realize their ambitions and dreams.
As Baldwin Scholars the students collectively take a first-year seminar and a senior capstone course, they live together on West Campus as sophomores, complete a career internship with a Duke alumna, and participate in numerous other activities and projects throughout the four years designed to enhance their leadership, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. The Program is named for Alice M. Baldwin, the first dean of Duke University's Woman's College.
- Alice M. Baldwin papers, 1863-1961. (University Archives, Duke University.)
[Identification of item], Baldwin Scholars Program Records, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.
The Baldwin Scholars Program records were received by the University Archives as a transfers between 2005-2011.
Processed by Sherrie Bowser, November 2006
Encoded by Sherrie Bowser, November 2006, June 2007, June 2008
Updated by Kimberly Sims, September 2009, March 2011, Jan. 2014
Updated by Rosemary K. J. Davis, October 2011
Multiple accessions were merged into one collection, described in this finding aid.