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[Memo from Rogers Redding, December 9, 1988]

Description: Memo from Rogers Redding, on December 9, 1988. An announcement that the University of Central Florida is hiring a new Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and a letter from James R. Miller recommending Redding for the position, are included. A handwritten note on the first page reads: "Jim - Many Thanks! - Rog".
Date: December 9, 1988
Creator: Redding, Rogers W.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[Letter from Rogers Redding to James Miller, May 29, 1989]

Description: Letter from Rogers Redding to Jim Miller, on May 29, 1989, discussing the achievements of the first class of Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science students, and the number of students returning. A graph showing the distribution of the grade point averages of the TAMS students in included.
Date: May 29, 1989
Creator: Redding, Rogers W.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[Letter from Rogers Redding to Valleau Wilkie, Jr., January 25, 1989]

Description: Letter from Rogers Redding to Valleau Wilkie, Jr., on January 25, 1989, informing him that the University of North Texas has received a check from the Sid W. Richardson Foundation to go towards funding the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, and thanking Wilkie for his help in securing it.
Date: January 25, 1989
Creator: Redding, Rogers W.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[Information on Residential High Schools]

Description: Papers related to the establishment of the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, including a newspaper clipping concerning the need to nurture more scientific talent, a memo from Frank Kemerer to his Academy of Math and Science Committee asking for their revised lists, a handwritten outline concerning residential life and student affairs issues, and a small rulebook with attached permission slip.
Date: {1987-06-16, 1987-06-22}
Creator: Redding, Rogers W. & Kemerer, Frank R.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science