Faculty Papers & Documents
The University Archives welcomes materials that contribute to documenting faculty and professional staff careers at Drexel, including but not limited to:
- Diaries, journals, notebooks, and appointment calendars
- Biographical material such as resumes, curricula vitae, bibliographies, and biographical sketches
- Research designs, notes, and reports
- Lecture notes, course syllabi, and course outlines
- Records of departmental and committee work such as agendas, meeting minutes, reports, and correspondence
- Published articles and monographs by the donor, as well as drafts and manuscripts of speeches, presentations, articles, and reviews
- Photographs and audio-visual materials (unique, non-commercial recordings and raw tape/files)
We also collect inactive research data that faculty and graduate students may generate as part of their activities at Drexel. Please note that our capacity to preserve and provide access to research data is dependent on technological restrictions like file format, proprietary versus open data and software, file size, and privacy and other legal concerns.
Contact email@example.com if you are interested in storing your research data with the University Archives.
Please note that we do not accept the following:
If you have records you would like to transfer or donate, please check with us first by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss the materials and ensure they are a good fit for the University Archives.
- Student records such as course rosters, student papers, or grades
- Financial records, time sheets, travel vouchers, or receipts
- Medical records
- Personnel records
- Junk mail
- Most three-dimensional objects such as plaques, lab equipment, or models