011. Governing Boards
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents office files includes, but is not limited to, administrative files, presidential services, audit information, materials regarding Michigan Association of Governing Boards of State Universities, meeting minutes and handouts, correspondence, budget information, and events.
The Congressional Priorities records contains information about Eastern Michigan University and programs that the school would like to improve upon and advance. The records are arranged chronologically. Records date from 2006 to 2009.
The Department Head Records are primarily comprised of administrative files, and meeting minutes generated by the academic department heads and the university presidents between 1949 and 1963. The collection is arranged chronologically in two series Administrative Files and Meeting Minutes. The collection does not document the work of department heads within the University after 1963.
The Eastern Michigan University Foundation Annual Reports include the reports published by the EMU Foundation at the conclusion of each fiscal year. The reports outline the financial activities of the Foundation, an institutional nonprofit which manages the fundraising activities and endowed assets of the University.
The Institutional Planning Advisory Committee records detail the activities of the IPAC at Eastern Michigan University. The records are primarily divided into fiscal years and have been arranged chronologically.
John A. Fallon, III was appointed president of Eastern Michigan University by a unanimous vote of the EMU Board of Regents at its regular meeting March 15. Fallon took office July 15, 2005. John A. Fallon, III records date from 2005-2007 and includes files such as Court Case Notes involving Laura Dickinson, Minutes, Cards/Invitations, Clippings, News Releases, Remarks to Board of Regents, Gifts, and Photographs.
The Mission Statements and Long Range Planning records represent the activities and goals of Eastern Michigan University. The records are largely composed of reports regarding University goals, philosophies, values, plans, etc.