Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Department of Communication is housed within the College of Fine and Applied Arts and was established in 1977 as the Department of Communication Arts. The Department of Communication Records contain administrative and correspondence files dating 1967-2003.
Abstract The Department of Mathematical Sciences is part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University and offers degrees in mathematics, mathematics education, actuarial sciences, and statistics. The Department of Mathematical Sciences records include faculty correspondence and information related to departmental faculty meetings.
Abstract The Office of Continuing Education (named The Division of Educational Outreach and Summer Programs as of 2008) was established as early as 1974 and provides access to a continuum of educational and enrichment experiences for individuals outside the confines of the residential academic year, through field-based courses, conferences, camp programs, summer sessions offerings, and professional development programs. The Office of Continuing Education Records contain mostly administrative files and...
Dates: 1964-2009; Majority of material found within 1970 - 2009
Abstract The Division of Student Development executes the University’s goal to advance student learning in and out of the classroom and to provide needed services, support, and recreational opportunities to help students meet the challenges of college and to enhance the quality of student life. The Division of Student Development Records contain administrative, subject and correspondence files dating 1971-2003.
Dates: 1971-2009; Majority of material found within 1984 - 1995
Abstract The Department of History was established in 1965 at Appalachian State Teacher’s College and currently offers Bachelor and Masters degrees at Appalachian State University. The Department of History Records contain files created for academic and administrative purposes including budget information, correspondence, course schedule, curricula, faculty information, departmental self-studies and special programs, in addition to other materials.
Identifier: UA 5125
Abstract Human Resource Services facilitates greater effectiveness through the merit-based recruitment and selection of top employees, and helps in the administration of policies and procedures that support faculty and staff. Wit records dating 1973-2001, the collection of Human Resource Services contain memos, reports, handbooks, financial information and minutes, dating 1973-2001.
Dates: 1973-2001, Undated; Majority of material found within 1987 - 1993
Abstract The Office of Summer Sessions currently coordinates and administrates ASU’s summer academics. The Office of Summer Sessions Records contain historical, administrative and promotional material dating 1961-2005, with bulk dates of 1983-1994.
Dates: 1961-2009; Majority of material found within 1983 - 1994
Abstract Francis T. Borkowski served as Appalachian State University's fifth chancellor from 1993 until 2003. The records reflect the academic and administrative operations within the university, interactions with higher education organizations in North Carolina and the South, athletic programs, cultural outreach efforts, student life, relations with Boone, N.C. and other communities in western North Carolina, alumni relations, and fundraising for the university.
Dates: 1976-2005; Majority of material found within 1994 - 2004
Abstract This collection contains oral history interviews conducted between 1956 and 2000. This oral history collections includes primarily former administrators, faculty, staff, retirees and students of Appalachian State University. Found in this collection are interviews of significant people like B.B. Dougherty, Satie Broyhill, Cratis Williams, Herbert Wey, Francis Borkowski, W.H. Plemmons, and Dr. Richard Howe. Many interviews conducted by the University Archivist, Ruth Currie. Included in this...
Dates: 1956-2000, Undated; Majority of material found within 1993 - 1998
Abstract The Carol Grotnes Belk Library and Information Commons was dedicated and opened in September 2005 and features a five floor space with nearly a million bound volumes, public computer space, digital media studio, group study rooms, the University Writing Center and Special Collections. The Belk Library and Information Commons Records contain a variety of administrative files, documents pertaining to the construction and operation of the “New Belk Library,” planning documents, committee and...
Dates: 1905-2014, Undated; Majority of material found within 1990 - 2001