Universities and colleges -- Faculty.
Found in 107 Collections and/or Records:
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 Benjamin J. Klager papers contain clippings, correspondence, and Klager's personal memoirs. Klager was an alumni and faculty at Eastern Michigan University, and served in the position of controller from 1948 to 1960. The collection is arranged alphabetically. Records date from 1960-1972.
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.
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 Chemistry Department records include documents pertaining to the teaching of chemistry at Michigan State Normal College from 1900 to departmental details at Eastern Michigan Univeristy until 2014. The collection includes marketing tools, curriculum details, and other materials relevant to the study of chemistry. This is valuable to the study of program evolution in chemistry at EMU.