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In 1964, the AAPC created a committee to plan a conference for February 23-25 that invited speakers from neighboring colleges and scholars with a national reputation, student submission of papers in english, philosophy, and history, and music. Includes report to the Academic Affairs Policy Council and list of speakers that were, or were going to be, approached for an invitation to the event.
The Decentralization Subcommittee, who reported to the Academic Affairs Policy Council, was created to give a complete overview and identify all possible objections to decentralization and to identify the degree to which they may or may not be valid. Collection contains reports of the Decentralization Subcommittee to the Academic Affairs Policy Council regarding the decentralization of the university into semi-autonomous units.
The Faculty Handbook Subcommittee, a committee of the Academic Affairs Policy Council, was charged with determining the information that would be included and operations for the publication of the faculty handbook. Collection contains meeting minutes for the Faculty Handbook Subcommittee.
Advise the library on possible areas of library development as perceived by the faculty; to react to issues brought to them from the Library; to serve as a communication channel; to recommend to the Academic Senate in a timely manner on major policy issues and matters of general concern as identified by the Committee. Collection contains meeting minutes of the Committee.
The Role of Religion on Campus Subcommittee was created to make recommendations on the adoption of a college policy statement, plan for student religious ministries and organizations, an Academic Affairs Division policy governing religion in curriculum, and create a Committee on Public Programs. Collection contains minutes and memorandums of the committee.
The Student Conduct Subcommittee was created to write an honor code, student code of conduct for the control of student behavior on campus, and an appeal process. Collection contains meeting minutes, agendas, memorandums, and supportive data.
The Sub-Committee to Study Prizes was created to determine and grant awards for honors students. Collection contains reports, memorandums, and meeting minutes.
Reports, self-assessments, applications, strategic plans, and other documents relating to the institutional and departmental accreditation of Grand Valley State University.
The Academic Calendar was a calendar that marked various campus events and was distributed to the Grand Valley community for the academic year and later for each semester. A later version of the Academic Calendar was created for the 2002-2003 academic year.
Audit and accountant reports of Grand Valley's assets from 1968 to 1977. These annual audits were performed by external certified public accounting firms. These reports differ from internal audits by determining the adequacy of internal financial control and compliance with Government regulations and University policies.
Series contains the administrative files of Donald Klein, Chair of the Accounting Department in Seidman School of Business, from 1973 to 1988. It was transferred to the archives in three accessions, in 1984, 1986, and 1988.
Student Activities semester resource guide-at-a-glance followed by GV Guide.
Collection contains microfilmed issues of Advance Suburban Life from 1982 to 1987.
Published to serve the African American community in West Michigan. Published as Take Pride! Community after 1995.
Collection contains ephemera and realia of the Alabastine Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The collection primarily contains 70 issues of Brush & Pail, a monthly publication produced by the Alabastine Company. Issues range in date from 1914 to 1926. Collection also includes catalogs, brochures, and other printed materials, as well as a paint sample kit. The materials range in date from 1895 to 1948.
Videotaped interviews and transcripts of the former players in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. The collection consists of interviews conducted by Grand Valley State University faculty and associates at reunions and other league events. Interviewees discuss their experience in the league and their lives after the league ceased to exist.
Student political intellectual newspaper published by a student organization of the same name. Almanac was intended to stimulate the minds of readers, present a broad range of issues, and serve as a problem solving and information organization. Published October 26, 1977 and November 8, 1977.
The Mathias J. Alten papers document the personal life and career of the West Michigan painter. The collection includes biographical information, business records, exhibit catalogs, and newspaper clippings collected by family members.
Directories of names, addresses, year graduated, degree, and occupation of alumni of Grand Valley State College, Colleges, or University. Later directories have phone number, email address, and family information. Also includes reunion directories for the pioneer class of 1967, as well as class of 1969. Reunion years include 1968, 1986, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003
Files include founding documents of the Grand Valley Alumni Association, directories, Distinguished Alumni awards, program and events files.
Publication of the Alumni Office. Official publication of GVSC Alumni Association containing GVSC news, updates on campus life, and connection opportunities. Formerly titled Alumni Office Magazine. Spring 1970-Fall 1970
Student literary publication of writings, artwork, and photography submitted by students and selected by the editors. Succeeded by Italics and Fishladder. Missing issues 1973, 1981, 1983-1988.
This artificially created collection contains approximately 660 picture picture postcards, dating from 1895 to 1970, with the bulk of the cards dating between 1900 and 1920. The collection contains illustrated postcards, real photo postcards, advertising postcards, and occasional postcards, addressed to a variety of individuals.
The D. J. Angus photograph collection consists of over 10,000 negatives and prints from ca. 1900-1960s. They were taken by Angus in his birth place of Wisconsin; his home in Grand Haven, Michigan; his places of work Indianapolis, Indiana, and Lansing, Michigan (Michigan Agricultural College); and on recreational trips throughout the southwest, south, and Mexico.
- Subject: Michigan X
- Michigan 452
- Universities and colleges 357
- Publications 285
- Files (Records) 120
- Grand Rapids (Mich.) 44
- Community newspapers 39
- Photographs 17
- Newspapers 16
- College administrators 15
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty 15
- Business 13
- Correspondence 11
- Michigan -- History 11
- Oral histories 9
- Science -- Study and teaching 9
- Video tapes 9
- Academic libraries 7
- Allendale (Mich.) 7
- College students 7
- Education 7 ∧ less
- English 476
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Belarusian 1
- German 1
- Grand Valley State University 324
- Grand Valley State University. Division of Student Services 36
- Grand Valley State University. Dean of Students Office 19
- Grand Valley State Colleges. William James College 17
- Grand Valley State University. Office of the President 17
- Grand Valley State University. University Communications 16
- Grand Valley State Colleges. Thomas Jefferson College 13
- Grand Valley State University. Regional Math and Science Center 13
- Grand Valley State University. Office of the Provost 9
- Grand Valley State University. Seidman College of Business 9
- Grand Valley State University. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 8
- Grand Valley State University. Padnos International Center 8
- Grand Valley State University. Counseling and Career Development Center 7
- Grand Valley State University. University Libraries 7
- Grand Valley State University. Business and Finance 6
- Grand Valley State University. Office of Graduate Studies 6
- Grand Valley State University. Office of Multicultural Affairs 6
- Grand Valley State University. Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute 6
- WGVC (Television station : Allendale, Mich.) 6
- Grand Valley State University. History Department 5 ∧ less