Found in 134 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
Files include founding documents of the Grand Valley Alumni Association, directories, Distinguished Alumni awards, program and events files.
Contains electronic planning and program documents, website, and photographs, as well as conference materials and memorabilia of the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education hosted by Grand Valley State Unviersity from August 3-7, 2014.
Collection contains Grand Valley Biology Department files. Includes memoranda, minutes, curriculum development files, self evaluation reports, student assessment reports, and other files related to the history of the department.
Contains meeting agendas, minutes, supplemental materials and related correspondence of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee of the GVSU Board of Control from 1979 to 1986. Also includes one file of general correspondence between the Provost's Office and the Board of Control, dating between 1983 and 2002.
The Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies at GVSU challenges students to integrate the perspectives, knowledge, and methodologies of multiple fields of study. It offers several major and minor areas of study which have social justice components to them, such as Liberal Studies; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Area Studies; LGBTQ Studies; and Environmental Studies. Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies was named after Jim and Donna Brooks of Holland, Michigan.
Audit reports of Grand Valley's assets from 1963 to 1984. These audits were performed by the State Audit division's Department of the Auditor General. The reports review Grand Valley's accounting systems and records to determine the adequacy of procedures and extent of internal control.
Records, calendars, clippings, programs and other promotional materials relating to the buildings, groundbreakings and dedication ceremonies of GVSU campuses in Allendale, Grand Rapids, and Muskegon, Michigan.
In 2012 the President's office shared the responsibility with Development for projects on the Allendale and Grand Rapids campuses. Materials combined along with other promotional materials related to the events.
Series contains proposals, project descriptions, plans and drawings, schematics and other planning documents about Grand Valley buildings and spaces on the Allendale and Grand Rapids campuses.
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.
Dean's files, administrative files, curriculum files and class modules.
The College of Education offers a program of teacher instruction and training. The program emphasizes learning theory and inquiry combined with practical application. In 1964 Educational Studies Institute was founded. In 1980 School of Education joined the College of Arts and Sciences. In 2004 the unit became the College of Education (COE). Includes project reports and Masters theses that reflect on Grand Valley State University as a subject.