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The Department of Psychology provides students the opportunity to pursue either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree and also offers four master's level graduate programs. The Department of Psychology Records are primarly composed of administrative files relevant to the department, including correspondence, memos, course syllabi, grant proposals, annual reports, and information on curriculum.
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.
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.
Lectures, Concerts, and Events Audio-Visual Collection contains audiovisual recordings in varying formats, and on a wide variety of subjects, dating 1949-2002. Events and subjects of the recordings include: football, the library, lectures and seminars, musical performances, and other special events, mostly on ASU's campus.
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.
John Edwin Thomas served as Chancellor of ASU from his appointment in 1979 to his retirement in 1993. The records contain information on the general administration of Appalachian State University, state governance, accreditation, academic programs, student life, and cultural events. His administration is known for capital improvements to the campus, increased faculty, and development of technological and communication infrastructure.
These records contain administrative, meeting and correspondence files regarding the Office of the Chancellor at Appalachian State University (ASU) and their role as a reporting member to the President of the UNC system of schools. ASU joined the UNC system in 1972, and Herbert Wey served as the first chancellor.
- Names: Thomas, John Edwin X
- Universities and colleges -- Administration 4
- Boone (N.C.) 3
- Planning 3
- Universities and Colleges -- Departments 3
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. 3
- Accounting 2
- Budget 2
- College presidents 2
- Employees 2
- Finance 2
- Local History 2
- Photographic prints 2
- Research grants 2
- Schedules, School 2
- Scholarships 2
- Accreditation 1
- African American students 1
- Archival resources 1
- Associations, institutions, etc. 1
- Athletics 1 ∧ less
- Wey, Herbert W. 3
- Appalachian State University. Office of Academic Affairs 2
- Appalachian State University. Office of the Chancellor 2
- Durham, Harvey 2
- Plemmons, William H. 2
- Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc. 1
- Appalachian State University. Board of Trustees 1
- Appalachian State University. College of Arts and Sciences 1
- Appalachian State University. Department of Psychology 1
- Appalachian State University. Division of Human Resources 1
- Appalachian State University. Division of University Advancement and Public Affairs 1
- Appalachian State University. Faculty Senate 1
- Appalachian State University. Freshman Seminar Office 1
- Appalachian State University. John A. Walker College of Business 1
- Appalachian State University. National Center for Developmental Education 1
- Appalachian State University. Office of Financial Aid 1
- Appalachian State University. Office of Summer Sessions 1
- Appalachian State University. Reich College of Education 1
- Beasley, Susan 1 ∧ less