Snead, Robert Earl
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc. was chartered in November 1970 to begin and sustain a fund-raising program for ASU and supports the university by receiving and investing private funds to help further the institution's academic mission. The Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc. Records, dating 1929-2008, contain mostly financial statements and meeting minutes for the Foundation and its Board of Directors.
Dates: 1929-2008; Majority of material found within 1981 - 1986
Identifier: UA 01
Abstract The Appalachian State University Board of Trustees advises the Board of Governors and the Chancellor primarily on the management and development of the University. The Board of Trustees records consist of the minutes for board meetings and retreats, as well as correspondence between the ASU Chancellor and the ASU Board of Trustees, a self-study, and membership files on former board members.
Dates: 1949 - 2015
Abstract Freshman Seminar (now called First Year Seminar) was established at ASU in 1987 as a course to help students transition to college. The program operates within the University College, and all Appalachian students are required to take it. These records contain several VHS tapes pertaining to the history of Appalachian, as well as student papers, historical files, curriculum files and a file from the Educational Goals Task Force.
Dates: 1950-2007; Majority of material found within 1988 - 1998
Identifier: UA 5173
Abstract Robert Earl Snead started at Appalachian State University as a student, earning his Bachelor's degree in 1955, and a Master's in 1957. He later returned to the University and became director of Alumni Affairs from 1966-1971. In 1971, he became Vice-Chancellor for Development and in 1989, he was made executive assistant to the Chancellor, retiring in 1997. The Robert Earl Snead Collection contains materials related to his career at ASU and includes reports, meeting minutes, publications, and...
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