010. Faculty, Staff and Support Services
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
The Brian Steimel collection is organized into two series: OFFICE FILES and VISUAL MATERIALS. The OFFICE FILES series contains publications from different groups of the campus community, publicity related to campus events, and correspondence, as well as library-specific materials. The VISUAL MATERIALS series contains digital media, library cards, and photographs. Also included in this series are EMU ephemera and a puppet created and used by Steimel.
The Business Wives records include newsletters, membership lists, and event plans of the group from 1971-1979. The Business Wives were a society of women bonded by marriage to Eastern Michigan University's College of Business faculty. This record is valuable to the study of women's social groups in the 1970s.
Carl E. Pray was a Professor and head of the Department of History and Social Science at Michigan State Normal College from 1913 to 1937. His papers consist primarily of writing, correspondence, and obituaries.
Carl M. Erickson papers document the work done by Erickson while serving as professor of mathematics at Michigan State Normal School, later Eastern Michigan College, from 1925-1957. The papers contain clippings, committees, evaluations, correspondence, grade book, news releases, Normal News and obituraries. The collection is arranged alphabetically. Records date from 1925-1992, with the bulk of the materials from 1930-1950.
The Carl Ojala papers include the records of Dr. Ojala, a faculty member in Eastern Michigan University's Department of Geography and Geology. His papers include many published articles, as well as newspaper clippings, press releases, awards and administrative paperwork.
The Carl Roland Anderson papers contain materials from 1947 - 1968. Also included are ledgers dating from 1882 - 1956. Of note are the maerials focused on community college relations and field service education.
The Center for Instructional Computing Center (CIC) was a center for University faculty members that offered the use of technology, workshops and one-on-one help with instructional design, research, instructional technology and pedagogy. The Center for Instructional Computing Center newsletters range in publication dates from 1983 to 2001 and are arranged alphabetically by title.
The Center for the Study of Contemporary Issues records include documents relevant to the center's operations from 1970 to its disbandment in 1975. The collection contains annual reports, catalogs, advertisement tools, and other materials. It is valuable to the study of organization mandates and internal processes.
The Child Care Facility records include papers pertaining to child care demands and program evolution at Eastern Michigan University from 1970-2014. The collection includes program proposals, press releases, handbooks, marketing tools, and other materials. The bulk of materials are from the decade of the 1980s, which documents the change from the EMU Children's Center to the Children's Institute. This collection is valuable to the study of child care needs and program changes.
Dr. Clara Elizabeth Warren was a professor in the Department of History at Michigan State Normal College. Her papers include materials related to the scholarship fund in her honor, her manuscripts and writing, memorandum, and academic attire.