Universities and colleges -- Faculty
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
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Abstract 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.
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Abstract The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is a professional organization whose mission it is to shape American higher education by developing the standards and procedures that maintain quality in education and academic freedom in the country's colleges and universities. In 1963 Grand Valley received an invitation from Aquinas College to attend a meeting of the organization. In 1966 the Grand Valley Chapter drafted a constitution and in 1968 joined the Michigan Conference. The ...
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Scope and Contents Starting in 2007, Grand Valley State University Libraries has annually recognized and honored faculty and staff who published work within the past year. Publication examples include books, chapters, articles, proceeding papers, visual media, short stories, or other published work. A printed bibliography citing accomplishments is created in conjunction with this event.
Collection Description Research and Development files from 1969, maintained by Chair Howard Stein and others, include minutes, memos and correspondence, other administrative records and reports, and grant proposal files. Funded and denied grant proposal files from 1977/8 for research support may also include Human Research Committee files, stipends, and travel files. After 1983 the committee managed the Distinguished Contribution awards.
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Abstract Dewey Hoitenga joined Grand Valley's faculty in 1965 and retired in 2001. During his years at Grand Valley, he chaired the All-College Academic Senate, Social Studies Division, College of Arts and Sciences, and twice served as chair of the Arts and Humanities Division. He served on the Dean’s Executive Council and President’s Executive Council. He also helped to develop the Liberal Arts and Religious Studies Programs, as well as the General Education and Graduate Study Programs. He chaired the ...
Abstract The Faculty and Staff Salary Information reports contain a summary of salary information for part-time and full-time faculty and staff. The report also includes the name and position for individual employees, as well as sex, employment date, base salary, and gross pay for the year and previous year.
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Abstract Established in April 1983, the Faculty Salary and Budget Committee (FBSC) studies pertinent data and makes recommendations on the allocation of funds within the university budget as a whole as well as within the budgets of the various administrative divisions. It also makes recommendations regarding other budgetary items, compensation, and faculty security, including health benefits. Files include minutes, agendas, and meeting packets.
Abstract Howard Stein (1933-2002) was a member of the Grand Valley faculty in the biology department from 1965 to 1997. He helped establish the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) chapter at the university from 1967-1968 and was eventually elected President of the chapter in 1969. He was also a member and chair on several committees including the Research and Development Committee, Faculty Tenure and Teaching Load Committee, and Committee of Twenty. He began the College Science ...
Overview Milton E. Ford (1942-2014), professor of liberal studies at Grand Valley and founding director of the university’s LGBT Resource Center, joined Grand Valley’s faculty in 1973 and celebrated receiving his 40-year service award in December 2013. A compassionate teacher and lifelong researcher, Ford will best be remembered for leading efforts to integrate the LGBT community with university academics and its student life. Ford also served as faculty advisor to Out N About, Grand Valley’s ...
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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.
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. Information files on faculty, staff, ...