02. Administrative Offices
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
The Adonijah Strong Welch reference collection document the the first president of Michigan State Normal College who serving from 1851-1865. His papers include such materials as press clippings, biographies compiled by scholars, and materials regarding his administration at the Iowa Agricultural College. Folders have been arranged alphabetically. Most of the items in the collection were produced during Welch's educational career, 1851 through 1889.
The Barriers to Learning Advisory Committee records include materials from the Barriers to Learning Initiative (BTL), an initative to improve university functions, from 1997-2000. The collection contains reports, agendas, initiatives, and other materials pertaining to the operation of BTL. This collection is valuable to the study of advisory committees and program initiatives in higher education.
The Budget & Finance reports detail the financial activities and budgetary decision at Eastern Michigan University from 1961 through 2011. In addition to a wide variety of reports that are organized by the title of the report, the collection includes series of materials related to Expenditures by Account, Memorandum, and Press related materials.
Carolyn Davis Spatta was the Vice President for Administration at Eastern Michigan University from 1980 through 1981. The Carolyn D. Spatta papers are arranged in alphabetical order by file title, with the files related to Human Resources at the end. The collection includes office files pertaining to human resources, budget information, university computing, affirmative action, student affairs, and divisional reports.
The Charles Fitz Roy Bellows reference collection document the third president of Michigan State Normal College who served from 1870 to 1871. His papers include the following files: Biographies, largely compiled by researchers, press clippings, a program from a talk delivered by Bellows, an invitation to his son's dramatic and poetic recital at MSNC, and an invitation to his son's wedding. The records are dated approximately 1885 to 2001.