Outlines and syllabi
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities records
The collection consists of a videotape from the 2000 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day commemoration at Michigan State University.
Electronic Resources include meeting minutes, agendas, and syllabi for the CISAH Advisory Committee from 2007-2010, exported from their ANGEL Group sit.
Charles Steinfield papers
The collection consists of course materials and other content that was exported from the ANGEL course sites of Charles Steinfield, professor in the Department of Media and Information at Michigan State University. The materials include syllabi, lectures, and labs for Fall Semester 2012 TC861 (Information Networks and Technologies) and Spring Semester 2013 TC862 (Electronic Commerce).
Charles W. Barr papers
Clifford and Mildred Erickson papers
Department of Humanities records
The Humanities Department records consist of department council minutes, faculty meeting minutes, memos to faculty, and syllabi. There are also files on salaries, retirements, the history of the department, the department mission statement, and curriculum.
Harold G. Marcus papers
Henry S. Leonard papers
J. William Thomas papers
This collection consists of articles that Thomas wrote and collected on various cattle and agricultural subjects, ANS 433 syllabi and teaching materials, transparencies, and two research notebooks. There are also a number of conference proceedings, some group photographs, and two cartons of slides.
Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center records
Mary Karshner papers
The Mary Krashner collection consists of syllabi, class notes, exams, and essays/papers from her time as a student at Michigan State University. The class materials pertain to James Madison College, History, Economics, Sociology, American Thought and Language, and Russian Literature. Also included is an undated issue of Snork magazine, an invitation to become a freshman in the Honors College, and a James Madison College handbook.