Connie M. Weaver papers, addition 02
Includes seven boxes of materials created and collected by Dr. Connie M. Weaver throughout her education and career in the field of food and nutrition science. The materials include records in both paper and electronic format are primarly records from corporate affiliate events and symposia held by Dr. Weaver, newspaper clippings about her research, awards and medal she received during her career, professional photographs, as well as cartoon drawings depicting Connie Weaver as a working mother, and one of her first chemistry books, titled "Modern Principles of Organic Chemistry" (1969). The contents of the materials primarily relate to Dr. Weaver's research on women's health, food and nutrition, botanicals, age-related diseases, diet, and the effects of calcium. Digital media includes 2 videocassettes, 1 floppy disk, 1 zip disk, and approximately 50 optical disks.
Transferred by Dr. Connie Weaver, her assistant Dawn Haan, and the Department of Consumer and Family Science in February, 2019.
This collection contains unprocessed physical and digital records and may require review for sensitive information prior to research use. Please consult an archivist for details.
- 1969 - 2019
- Majority of material found within 1996 - 2019
- Weaver, Connie, 1950- (Person)
6.657 Cubic Feet (Five cubic foot boxes, one flat drop-front box and one flat over-sized print box)
See preliminary inventory in External Documents for detailed box list.
- Audiovisual materials
- Files and filing (Documents)
- Floppy disks
- Nutrition -- Research
- Optical disks
- Purdue University. College of Health and Human Sciences
- Purdue University. Department of Foods and Nutrition
- Women in science
- Women's health services
- born digital