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Series — Box: 63
Abstract The Report on the Status of Women at GVSC was initiated in order to correct inequities that existed in discrimination against female faculty, staff, and students. Collection contains a memorandum about the report and the final report.
Series — Box: 1
Collection Description Series contains the planning documents and files for the Regional Math and Science Center's Recognize Exemplary Teachers RET-E3 program, spanning from 1987 to 1992.
Series — Box: 1-3
Abstract Richard E. Flanders was a professor of Anthropology at Grand Valley from 1964-1988. After participating in the Korean conflict, he attended Mexico City College, followed by the University of Michigan where he earned his PhD. Flanders developed the sociology and anthropology departments at Grand Valley. Flanders initiated the archeological excavation of the Blendon Landing area on the Allendale Campus. He was the Field Director for the Norton Mounds Project and a member of the Norton Indian...
Collection Description The collection contains music scores featuring various instrumentations. Many of the compositions in this collection were commissioned by Arend D. Lubbers, president of Grand Valley, for various people and events at the university. Robert Wepman co-wrote some of the pieces contained in the collection.
Collection Description Mary Schneider started collecting memorabilia of her personal and school experiences while at Union High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan and continued through her enrollment in the Pioneer class at Grand Valley. The collection consists of 4 scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, Grand Valley publications, student records and memorabilia, and correspondence from her tenure on the Alumni Association.
Series — Box: 1-5
Collection Description Contains general administrative records, committee files, faculty meeting and faculty senate agendas, minutes and notes, memoranda, and newsletters with class schedules, from the Seidman Graduate College of Business, later named the Seidman School of Business and the Seidman College of Business, spanning from 1973 to 2003.
Collection Description The L. William Seidman documents the life and work of Michigan-born economist and founder of Grand Valley State College L. William Seidman from 1958 through the end of his career in government. The collection includes personal papers; records of his participation in the founding of Grand Valley and of his service on the Board of Control 1958-1968, as an advisor to Presidents Ford and Reagan. The bulk of the collection consists of his files as chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance...
Dates: 1958 - 1990
Series — Box: 1
Collection Description Available documents pertaining to the work of this committee include correspondence, news releases, meeting agendas, advisory committee member lists, relevant articles, and working papers. A survey completed for Grand Valley details related issues, activities, and policies. The final report is not included.
Dates: 1969 - 1970
Abstract Grand Valley State University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. These programs present music in the context of a broad liberal education, provide a course of study for the student who is interested in performance, composition, music technology, private studio teaching, or further graduate study, and prepares both vocal and instrumental students for careers in elementary and secondary school teaching. Additionally, the Music Department is...
Scope and Contents The collection contains charters, minutes and agendas, resolutions, correspondence and memos, budgets, committee records, appropriations, and other records created and kept by the UCO or Student Senate, from 1964 to the present day.
Abstract Division of Student Services provides programs, services, and environments that enhance the personal, social, and intellectual growth of undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Student Life is responsible for managing the events and activities of student organizations. Student organizations focus on the range of student interests and include social, political, student governance, sports and recreation, identity support, fraternal, academic and career interests, publications,...
Dates: 1963 - 1981
Abstract Division of Student Services provides programs, services, and environments that enhance the personal, social, and intellectual growth of undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Affirmative action files include policies and procedures, correspondence, committee minutes, studies, complaints, employment and student records.
Dates: 1971 - 1979
Abstract Division of Student Services provides programs, services, and environments that enhance the personal, social, and intellectual growth of undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Events including concerts were managed by the office of Student Life. Posters for music, speakers, poetry readings and other campuswide events are included. In the early 1970s concerts by well-known rock and jazz artists were offered to the students at the dome or outside for $3-$5. Concerts, events and...
Dates: 1963 - 1981
Abstract Division of Student Services provides programs, services, and environments that enhance the personal, social, and intellectual growth of undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Departments include Housing & Residence Life. Housing files include policies and procedures, correspondence, and committee minutes.
Dates: 1963 - 1981
Abstract Intercollegiate Athletics is a part of the Division of Student Services. Responsibilities include campus recreation including intermural sports programs. Records contain schedules, programs, flyers, memos and correspondence, agendas and minutes, policy and procedure manuals, accreditation self-study guides, program records, championship records, and files related to Intercollegiate Athletics fundraising and other activities.
Dates: 1960 - 2016
Abstract Division of Student Services provides programs, services, and environments that enhance the personal, social, and intellectual growth of undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Student Life is responsible for managing the activities of student organizations. Student organization files are created by the office of Student Life to register and manage the activities of student organizations. Organizations focus on the range of student interests and include social, political, student...
Dates: 1963 - 1981
Abstract The Regional Math and Science Center (RMSC) serves students, teachers, parents, school districts, business and industry and other organizations interested and involved in mathematics and science education. Includes program files of the Teachers in Industry program.
Dates: 1990 - 2000
Scope and Contents Collection contains program files, administrative files, faculty meeting minutes, curriculum materials, schedules and calendars of Thomas Jefferson College.
Dates: 1965-1980, 1995
Abstract University Assessment Committee's (UAC) primary responsibilities are to oversee and support the process of assessing units (including assessing student learning outcomes). It does so by reviewing assessment plans, progress reports, and self-studies for all academic majors, academic units, and service units. Files include assessment plans, progress reports, and self-studies submitted to the committee for review, and comments and recommendations of the committee. Files were transferred from a...
Dates: 1993 - 2003
Abstract The University Club was established in 1963 for the purpose of offering social, informational, and enrichment activities for its members, families and special friends. Membership is open to active and retired faculty and staff of the University, to immediate family members, and to persons who have been significant supporters of the University or the club. Activities include a wide range of programs for members and their families. University Club members have automatic membership in the...
Scope and Contents Series contains subject files of the Office of University Communications, dating between 1968 and 2015, with the bulk of the materials from 1995 to 2010. Subject files may include newspaper clippings, press releases, reports, and other documents relating to the topic. These materials were used for reference by University Communications staff in the creation of its own articles, press releases, and communications about the university.
Dates: 1968 - 2015; Majority of material found within 1995 - 2010
Scope and Contents Files contain information on Grand Valley State University faculty, staff, administrators and others. Used for background information in publicity and publications. The files may include bio sheets, newspaper clippings, photographs, and obituaries. Also includes faculty directories from President files, 1970. Photographs added when identified.
Series — Box: 1-25
Abstract The University Curriculum Committee (UCC) is ultimately responsible for curricular matters at the university. All curricular proposals go through several levels of review that may include the unit, IT, University Libraries, the appropriate College Curriculum Committee (CCC), the appropriate Dean, the General Education Committee, Graduate Council, UCC, Faculty Salary and Budget Committee (FSBC), Executive Committee of the Senate (ECS), University Academic Senate (UAS), and the Provost. Files...
Dates: 1964 - 2006
Scope and Contents Files include promotional materials sent to faculty, staff, and donors to promote giving. Enrichment dinners, scholarship and giving campaigns and other Foundation materials are included.
Abstract University Communications, a unit of the University Relations Division, provides services to tell the Grand Valley story to audiences within the university and those reached through the mass media. University Communications manages duties formerly handled by News & Information Services, Public Relations, and Media Relations, and shares responsibilities of promoting Grand Valley with Institutional Marketing, another division of University Relations. Includes newspaper clippings of people,...
Dates: 1958 - 1983
Abstract University Communications, a unit of the University Relations Division, provides services to tell the Grand Valley story to audiences within the university and those reached through the mass media. University Communications manages duties formerly handled by News & Information Services, Public Relations, and Media Relations, and shares responsibilities of promoting Grand Valley with Institutional Marketing, another division of University Relations. Collection consists of news releases sent...
Overview Contains surveys and assessments of public opinion about Grand Valley State Colleges from 1978 and 1983.
Dates: 1978, 1983
Abstract The Registrar’s Office is responsible for keeping and maintaining the records of enrollment and academic standing for the university. The Office encompasses the admissions processing, records, degree auditing and registration units. It provides academic records services to students, faculty, and alumni, such as providing official transcripts and answering questions pertaining to enrollment and course registration. Reports generated each semester compare the most recent three years enrollment...
Collection Description Program files and reports of the Environmental Studies Institute, Urban Studies Institute, and the combined Urban and Environmental Studies Institute cover the larger Kent County and Grand Rapids Michigan area. Reports subjects include economic and social conditions , urban transportation, police community relations, drug treatment, energy conservation, ecological surveys in the Mill Creek Basin, waste treatment, refuse and refuse disposal, and pollution.
Dates: 1969 - 1980
Collection Description Program and administrative files, meeting minutes, and faculty workshops.
Dates: 1971 - 1998