Department of Military Science and Leadership records
Scope and Contents
The Department of Military Science and Leadership records range from 1940-2011 and are arranged into three series: Administrative Files, Events, and Press. The Administrative Files series contains Cadet Handbook, Correspondence, Forms, Members, Motions, Report, and Responsibility, Functions, and Organizations. The Events series contains fliers, invitations and programs, as well as photographs. The Press series contains the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Cadet Courier, Clippings, Military Discrimination, Newsletters, News Releases, and Pamphlets files. The collection does not contain materials from faculty members, departmental meeting minutes, or course materials.
- 1940 - 2011
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Researchers are asked to request materials 24 hours prior to visiting the the University Archives.
Administrative History Note
The Department of Military Science and Leadership offers 2 and 4-year programs that prepares students for commissioning as second lieutenants in the United States Army, Army Reserve or National Guard. EMU Army ROTC is a unique college experience and goes beyond the typical college classroom. The students learn skills on what it takes to lead and motivate others, teamwork, and effective communications in classroom and outdoor adventure training environments.
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The Department of Military Science and Leadership offers 2 and 4-year programs that prepares students for commissioning as second lieutenants in the United States Army, Army Reserve or National Guard. The Department of Military Science and Leadership records date from 1940-2011 and contains correspondence, motions, fliers, photos, clippings, news releases, and pamphlets specific to the department. The collection does not contain the papers of individual faculty members, alumni, or suppot documentation of courses taught.
- Department of Military Sciences and Leadership records
- Tiara Alexander
- 2014 March 26
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