010. Faculty, Staff and Support Services
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
Richard "Dick" Schwarze photograph collection
Richard Robb collection
Robert M. Citino papers
Professor Robert Michael Citino was a professor at Eastern Michigan University in the history department from 1991 to 2009. His fields of study include Western European history, military history, the Habsburg Empire, and modern German history. His papers include newspaper clippings, photographs, and his faculty appointment materials, consisting of sabbatical and research funding requests, published articles, and course materials.
Ruth B. Alford MacFarlane papers
Ruth B. Alford MacFarlane was a faculty member in the Biology department in Eastern Michigan University's College of Arts and Sciences. She was the curator of EMU's Herbarium for eight years.
Simon E. Fagerstrom papers
Dr. Simon E. Fagerstrom was a professor and Head of the Department of History and Political Science at Michigan State Normal College. The bulk of the collection consists of articles and essays written by Dr. Fagerstrom.
Stephen W. Brewer papers
Stephen W. Brewer is an emeritus faculty member from the department of Chemistry in Eastern Michigan University's College of Arts and Sciences. The Stephen W. Brewer papers are arranged in alphabetical order by file title, and then choronollogically where applicable. The collection includes office files, course materials, visual materials, and research.
Twenty Club records
The Twenty Club records include documents relevant to the group's founding in 1904 at Michigan State Normal College. The collection includes membership lists, meeting minutes, newsletters, and other materials from 1906 until 2000. The collection is valuable to the study of private clubs and well-known faculty members.
University Teaching Faculty Organization collection
William F. Shuter papers
William F. Shuter was an emeritus professor from the Eastern Michigan University Department of English, Language, and Literature from 1968 until 2004. The majority of the William F. Shuter papers are research files dating from 1968 through 2004. They are arranged by topic including general research and writing, his research on Walter Pater, and his research on contemporary religion.