Session 1
Report on the Progress in Stellar Evolution to 1950
Preface to the Original Publication
Walter Baade's Discovery of the Two Stellar Populations
The Discovery of the Chemical Composition - Kinematics Connection in the 1950's
Stellar Evolution and the Population Concept after 1950; The Vatican Conference
Session 2
The Galactic Globular Cluster System
The Stellar Population of a Typical Globular Cluster
Stars in the Galactic Halo
Globular Cluster Systems in Other Galaxies
Session 3
Evolution of the Galactic Halo and Disk
Age and Metallicity Distributions among Galactic Disk Stars
Early-Type Stars
High Velocity Clouds in the Galaxy
Chemical Evolution of the Galactic Disk and Bulge
Session 4
Stellar Populations in the Magellanic Clouds
M31 and Companions
The Stellar Populations in Local Group Dwarf Galaxies
Star Clusters in Local Group Galaxies
Session 5
Dark Matter in the Milky Way
Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies
Central Black Holes and Dark Halos in Elliptical Galaxies
Dark Matter in Clusters of Galaxies
Session 6
The UV Upturn in Elliptical Galaxies
The Stellar Ages of Elliptical Galaxies
Stellar Populations in S0 Galaxies
Measuring the Evolution of the M/L Ratio from the Fundamental Plane
Effects of Late Mergers on Stellar Populations in E and S0 Galaxies
Environmental Effects in the Stellar Populations of Elliptical Galaxies
Session 7
The Morphological Evolution of Field Galaxies
Stellar Populations at Large Redshifts
Galaxy Evolution from Deep Field Galaxy Counts
Session 8
Formation Models of Galaxies
Stellar Dating and Formation of Galactic Spheroids
Panel Discussion on the Classification and Terminology of Stellar Populations
Conference Summary