Michigan State University. Office of Research and Graduate Studies
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The records of the Center for Environmental Quality consist of meeting records, curriculum revisions, correspondence, and a proposal, all from the period before the center actually materialized. The collection also contains posters from a lecture series featuring speakers such as Ralph Nader, a study of ecosystem design and management, a report on transportation services, and a funding proposal in the Center for Environmental Quality Report.
This collection consists of a copy of the manuscript "Reflections from Choppy Waters" by John Cantlon, 1999, and outlines and text for speeches and/or presentations and a brochure for the Molecular Biology Institute. There is also a letter to MSU Interim Provost, Theresa Sullivan.
The Research Development Office records consist of statistical information on grants approved for various Michigan State University departments for the fiscal years 1981-1982, 1982-1983, and 1983-1984. Also included are the reports "Relating University Resources to Development of Industrial Research Centers" from 1962 and "Articulation of MSU Resources with Industrial Development" from 1963.
Records of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies are completely from the administration of its predecessor unit, the Vice President for Research Development. Records include analyses and reports pertaining to graduate schools, budgets, and research at Michigan State University.
Annual Reports are stored separately for 1959-1974 and 1984.
The Electronic Resources include correspondence in the form of e-mail memos and attachments.