Catalog of Courses and Curricula for ... Reno Las Vegas

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State Print. Office, 1905 - Universities and colleges
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Page 31 - Superiors are forbidden to injure those under their authority by tyrannical or capricious conduct or by abusive language.
Page 24 - That it shall be the object and duty of said experiment stations to conduct original researches or verify experiments on the physiology of plants and animals; the diseases to which they are severally subject, with the remedies for the same; the chemical composition of useful plants at their different stages of growth; the comparative advantages of rotative cropping as pursued under a varying series of crops ; the capacity of new plants or trees for acclimation; the analysis of soils and...
Page 19 - The legislature shall encourage, by all suitable means, the promotion of intellectual, scientific, moral, and agricultural improvement.
Page 25 - ... other matters, stating the name of the person or persons from whom received, the district and county from which it came, and all other matters that may be beneficial touching the same.
Page 28 - GOVERNMENT OF THE STUDENTS In the government of the University the largest liberty consistent with good work, good order, and good character is given the students. Their habits of life are expected to be such as to promote daily cultivation of high moral character. They are expected in all their relations to each other and to the University to observe the usages of good society without requiring special regulations for that purpose. They are expected to be punctual...
Page 19 - Legislature shall provide for the establishment of a State University, which shall embrace departments for agriculture, mechanic arts and mining, to be controlled by a Board of Regents, whose duties shall be prescribed by law.
Page 19 - Sciences have been founded and maintained are the following : 1. The Seminary Fund and Public Building Fund, granted to the State by Congress. 2. The property received from the College of California, including the site at Berkeley.
Page 44 - Such students must present satisfactory certificates showing the amount and character of work already accomplished, in order to obtain credit on a course of this College. SPECIAL STUDENTS Students who are not candidates for a degree, and who wish to pursue a special course of cognate studies, will be admitted to the College, subject to the following regulations : — 1.
Page 102 - The Legislature shall have power to establish normal schools, and such different grades of schools, from the primary department to the University, as in their discretion they may deem necessary, and all professors in said University, or teachers in said schools, of whatever grade, shall be required to take and subscribe to the oath as prescribed in Article XV of this Constitution.
Page 45 - Special students are admitted to work only in the University courses. A failure on the part of any special student to maintain a good standing in the special studies to which he is admitted will at once sever his connection with the University. ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING. Students from other institutions of recognized collegiate rank who present letters of honorable dismissal may be admitted to such standing and upon such terms as the Faculty may deem equitable. Every such candidate is required...

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