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Abstract Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) is an international service organization that was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908, and the Omicron Kappa Chapter was established at ASU in 1988. These records include materials relating to the group in general and specifically their celebration of their 20th anniversary in 2008.
Abstract This collection stems from a class assignment for the American Military History class (original designation was HIS 3533 - American Military History) developed by Dr. Judkin Browning of the History Department at Appalachian State University. The Amerian Military History Course Records consist of pre-battle and post-battle correspondence of the battle participants, journal entries, medicial reports, roll calls, neutral observers' accounts, photographs, and the final paper "battle histories"...
Abstract The Anna Boyce Phillips Papers contain programs, photographs, and news clippings dating from the early 1900s to the late 1990s relating to events at Appalachian State University, particularly recitals, commencement, and Winkler Hall dedication.
Abstract The Appalachian Literary Society was a club at Appalachian State Teachers College (and predecessor institutions), operating from at least 1912-1937. This collection contains two books of meeting minutes, dated 1905-1912, for the Appalachian Literary Society.
Abstract The Appalachian Parents Association was founded in 1988 in order to involve parents of Appalachian students in activities and programs vital to the success of the university. These records contain the organizational files of the Appalachian Parents Association from 1989-1998.
Dates: 1989-1998; Majority of material found within 1996 - 1998
Abstract Appalachian State Teachers College, established in 1929 as a four-year college, was the precursor to Appalachian State University. The Appalachian State Teachers College Records include items such as early documents, correspondence, publications, speeches, and commencement addresses.
Abstract Appalachian Training School, a predecessor of Appalachian State University, operated from 1903 to 1925 focusing on teacher training. This collection contains property deeds for the school, a brochure promoting the school signed by B. B. Dougherty, student class constitution and minutes, library records, and a student magazine.
Dates: 1900-1931; Majority of material found within 1900 - 1916
Scope and Content Note The collection consists of one 27 page scrapbook, containing photographs, newspaper clippings, a case study from 1938-39, and ephemera from the School of Nursing and the Asheville Mission Hospital from the mid to late 1930s. It also contains ephemera from the Morgan family, including graduation announcements, nameplates, and letters, appointment certificates from the U. S. Army from 1945, 1948, and 1952, photographs of students, nurses, and family, and photographic postcards. Some photographs...
Dates: 1936-1952; Majority of material found within 1936 - 1939
Scope and Contents This collection contains scrapbooks created by student members of the Baptist Student Union (BSU) at Appalachian State University between the years 1942-2010. It also contains a few vinyl albums. The scrapbooks include clippings, flyers, invitations, and photographs of BSU events and participants.
Abstract Appalachian State University has operated the New York Loft since 1974, and operated the App House (in Washington, D.C.) from 1974-2003; both serve(d) as lodging facilities primarily for ASU students, faculty and staff. The records of Business Affairs: New York Loft and App House contain correspondence and financial files, dating 1981-1993.
Abstract The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences (formerly the Department of Home Economics) is currently in the Reich College of Education. This record group contain records dating 1962-2007, including administrative and academic records under the name of the Department of Home Economics.
Dates: 1962-2009; Majority of material found within 1962 - 1981
Abstract The Department of Government and Justice Studies, formerly called the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, is a part of the College of Arts and Sciences at Appalachian State University. This collection contains documents pertaining to the operations of the department and University groups, including correspondence, meeting minutes, course change and curriculum change proposals.
Abstract Health and Physical Education courses have been taught at Appalachian since at least 1921 and in 1991, the department was renamed The Department of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science (HLES) and currently operates in the College of Health Sciences. The Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science Records contain information on committees, programs and facilities from the early years of the program.
Dates: 1967-1983; Majority of material found within 1967 - 1981
Abstract The Department of Human Development & Psychological Counseling, in the Reich College of Education, offers courses of instruction leading to a Master of Arts degree in four areas of study. These records contain several disparate accessions which include photos, meeting minutes, fiscal information, accreditation information and award nomination information.
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 Ella W. Thompson and her husband Dr. Lloyd LeRoy Hobbs were students at Appalachian State Teacher's College from 1933 to 1937. This collection of scrapbooks, memorabilia, and publications documents their experiences at ASTC including correspondence with family and friends.
Abstract The Appalachian State University Internship Office of Appalachian State University endeavors to help students search, apply for, secure an internship, while interacting with the Internship Program. This collection contains internship program materials, chancellor correspondence, administrative files, workshop information, academic endeavors in field experience education, and general office papers regarding student internships, with materials dating from 1965-1988.
Dates: 1965-1988, Undated
Abstract John A. Pritchett Jr. came to ASU in 1955. as the audio-visual director. He retired after 37 years of service and in 1991 he was made Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Instruction. The John A. Pritchett Photograph Collection contains negatives taken between 1952-1960. Subjects include sports, dances, ASTC campus and students, student activities, and faculty. The photographer is unknown.
Dates: 1952-1960; Majority of material found within 1954 - 1958
Abstract Upward Bound provides academic support to high school students so they may complete high school, enroll in college, and successfully obtain a college degree. The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) provides integrated services fostering the personal development and academic growth of general and specific student populations at Appalachian. The Records of the Learning Assistance Program/Upward Bound contain some grant files, and mostly administrative and program files, dating 1972-2003.
Dates: 1972-2003; Majority of material found within 1972 - 1993
Abstract 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.
Abstract Louise Parks, from Huntersville, NC, was a student at Appalachian State Teachers College from 1929-1934. This scrapbook dates from 1928-1931, in which she documents the activities she was involved with. The collection contains various candy wrappers, letters, cards, programs, postcards, and poems that Miss Parks glued to the scrapbook pages.
Abstract Mary Elizabeth Hackney of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, attended Appalachian State Teachers College. Her collection contains the correspondence, ephemera, diploma, photographs, and other items related to Appalachian State Teachers College from 1930 to 1941.
Dates: 1930-1941, undated
Abstract Alumni Affairs facilitates engagement between the university and alumni via events, correspondence, mailings, reunions and fundraising. These records contain a wide variety of materials including memoranda, brochures, correspondence, articles, minutes, scholarship information, event planning documents, expenses, schedules, photographs, and ephemeral material dating 1934-2002.
Dates: 1934-2005; Majority of material found within 1966 - 2001
Abstract The Office of Institutional Research, Assessment & Planning operates within Academic Affairs, and has existed under its current name since 2001. It has previously operated as the Office of Long Range Planning, the Office of University Planning and the Office of Institutional Research and Planning. These records contain mostly files created in the process of generating reports including statistical data files, self-studies files, and planning/project files, dating 1962-2004.
Dates: 1962-2004; Majority of material found in 1981 - 1981
Abstract The Office of Student Conduct operates in the division of Student Development and exists to educate students about community standards, promote student learning, and facilitate the development of thoughtful and responsible citizens through a fundamentally fair process. The Office of Student Conduct Records contains both administrative and operating files, dating 1983-2008.
Abstract Dr. Herbert Wey served as Appalachian State University’s third president and first Chancellor from 1969 to 1979. The collection consists of reports, correspondence, articles, speeches, clippings, and other papers concerning the administrative operation of the campus, fund raising, student life, and academic programs of Appalachian State University.
Dates: 1950-1979; Majority of material found within 1969 - 1979
Overview 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.
Dates: 1953-1996; Majority of material found within 1979 - 1994
Abstract The Office of the Registrar coordinates registration, student records and transcripts, and aspects of grading and graduation. This record group contains 4 separate accession of Student Directory printouts, dating 1986-1991.
Dates: 1986-1991; Majority of material found in 1991 - 1991
Scope and Contents The collection includes school papers, tests, mid-terms, and finals of Malissa C. Richardson, while a business student at Appalachian State Teachers College, circa 1944-1946.
Dates: circa 1944-1946
Abstract The Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) is a student organization at Appalachian State University and grew out of the former “BLGAAD” - Bisexual, Gays, Lesbians, and Allies Associated for Diversity. These records include photos, ephemera, and financial records for SAGA, dating 2005-2007.
Dates: 2005-2007; Majority of material found within 2005 - 2007
- Subject: Students X