Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of manuscript materials that were written by Mary K. Sarlow along with correspondence, articles, personal materials, sheet music, demo records, poetry, lyrics, and photographs.
These records include correspondence, minutes, annual reports, articles of incorporation and by-laws. Also included are applications for the directorship (1958), a proposal to create a middle west deposit library (1953), and publications.
The records of the National Project in Agricultural Communications (NPAC) consist of background information, reports, budgets, Board of Control minutes, correspondence with the Kellogg Foundation, and materials relating to the training programs including the Communication Training Program.
Office for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives records
The materials consist of brochures and booklets about admission to Michigan State University (MSU), career booklets, information about the Myrtle Craig Mowbray Scholars Program, and admission data. Also included are materials related to the Office of High School Cooperation including reports on conferences and a brochure of people from MSU available to speak at high school commencements.
Electronic Resources include correspondence in the form of e-mail memos.
This collection consists of annual reports from the Office of Campus Sustainability, which outlines the environmental output and use of resources at Michigan State University.
The Electronic Resources include correspondence in the form of e-mail memos and attachments, and several issues of three e-newsletters (Be Spartan Green, EcoFoot Footprints, and Sustainable MSU).
The collection includes informational brochures and booklets, newsletters and unpublished annual reports.
The Electronic Resources include correspondence in the form of e-mail memos and attachments.
The records of the Office of Institutional Research include a variety of reports, studies, summaries and statistics pertaining to various aspects of student and faculty composition and life, courses offered, graduate work, finances, alumni, teaching methods, the athletic program, grading, language study, and individual departments.