Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
The Harold E. Sponberg papers documents the tenure of Eastern Michigan University President Harold E. Sponberg, 1965-74. Included in this collection are records documenting his Inauguration, Retirement, Office and Personal files. Of particular note are his alphabetically organized office files documenting policy changes on campus in the late 1960s, expansion of campus buildings and course offerings.
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.
John M. Munson was the thirteenth president of Michigan State Normal College, serving from 1933 through 1948. The John M. Munson papers include both personal materials, as well as files from the Office of the President, from approximately 1904 through 1950.
The John Mahelm Berry Sill reference collection document the eighth president of Michigan State Normal College, who served from 1886 to 1893. His papers consist of such materials as researcher biographies, press clippings, CVs, handwritten speeches, and memorials and obituaries.
The Joseph Estabrook reference collection document the fourth president of Michigan State Normal College, who served from 1871-1880. His papers include such materials as press clippings, researcher biographies, obituaries, and a bound draft of Estabrook's history of MSNC.
Newspaper clippings, correspondence, and reports related to the murder of student Laura Dickinson in 2006, the trials and conviction of Orange Taylor, and the resulting scandal over the university's failure to disclose in a timely fashion that Dickinson was murdered which cost several top administrators their jobs, including President John Fallon, Vice President for Student Affairs James Vick, and Director of Public Safety Cindy Hall.