Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The papers of Jeffery Frumkin consist of a doctoral thesis entitled "A Study of the Development of the Structure of Faculty Participation in University-level Governance at Michigan State University," which was written by Frumkin to earn his Ph.D. in 1983. It chronicles the development of faculty participation in university-level decision making at the University and is a guidepost to examine current and future governance structures.
The collection consists of the 1970 essay "A Thesis of Protest," by Kamuyu-wa-Kang'ethe, a Michigan State University anthropology student, which he wrote instead of his master's thesis. It decries western education, anthropology, and demands acceptance of African institutions as equal to European.
The Lyman Briggs collection contains publications, correspondence, and articles written by Lyman Briggs. Also included is memorabilia including identification cards and passes, invitations, and Michigan State University memorabilia.