This collection contains documentation of the founding of the Atlanta Chapter, records of the Executive Committee and other committees of the organization, printed materials, and videos and CDs of some of the Chapter's events.
The records of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation contain charter documents, general administrative files, National Executive Board yearbooks, annual meeting notebooks, newsletters, and videotapes, documenting the activities of the organization mainly during the period between 1976 and 2004.
The Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club, formerly known as the Georgia Tech Woman's Club, was founded in 1921 as a social and service organization for the wives of faculty members and administrators. Later the Club expanded to include women faculty members and administrators.This collection includes loose photographs removed from scrapbooks in the Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club Records (UA301).
The Georgia Tech Women's Forum was formed in 1981 with the purpose of providing a network and support group for women employed by Georgia Tech. Materials in this collection include the forum's constitution, questionnaires about the forum answered by employees, political brochures, and materials suggesting ideas and events for the forum.
The Georgia Tech Women's Investment Club was an investment club consisting of members of the Georgia Tech Faculty Women's Club. The purpose of this organization was to instruct members in the basic practices of responsible financial investing and to become acquainted with the growth and income theories of investing. It was in existence from 1984 to 2005. The materials in this collection consist of eleven photographs that depict club members and their family members.