Kennesaw State University -- History
Found in 343 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of journals, conference proceedings, and other scholarly works produced by the Kennesaw State University Press.
Materials chiefly consist of faculty handbooks produced by Academic Affairs. The faculty handbooks date from 1989 to 2010. Other items include: Master of Public Administration Degree Proposal (1991) and Comprehensive Plan for Kennesaw State University (1997 update).
The purpose of this policy is to assure that the Kennesaw State University community and property are protected when granting access to University facilities. This policy provides guidelines to assure that access to University facilities is properly vetted. This policy also complies with the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia existing policy regarding background investigations and positions of trust.
The records consist of institutional reports, rejoinders, and narratives for the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Addition of March 2018 consists of materials related to the lost of accreditation for the teacher education programs at Kennesaw Junior College in 1993, and the process towards reaccreditation.
The College of Education Records consist of records from the Kennesaw State University College of Education (now the Bagwell College of Education), dating from circa 1991-2007, and chiefly include materials relating to the Middle Grades Education Program, the Georgia Teacher Center, the Teacher Education Council, and Professional Standards Commission (PSC) reports. Materials include memorandums, meetings, minutes, reports, letters, handbooks, and other items.
Arranged by type of material, then chronologically.
This collection consists of materials related to the association between the College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University and Bobbie Bailey, a major benefactor of the university. Materials consist of three copies of Flourish, the College of the Arts publication, an article, and seven sound discs (CD) with images related to Bobbie Bailey and various KSU events.
Arranged chronologically. Items have been maintained, for the most part, as received by the repository.
This collection consists of materials related to Daniel S. Papp's inauguration as the third president of Kennesaw State University in October 2006. Materials include inaugural invitation, Inaugural Ceremony program, congratulatory letters and certificates from various state and national academic institutions, a copy of the inauguration script from the ceremony, press release information, and an official Kennesaw State University President's headshot photo of Daniel Papp.
This collection consists of building notes, project manuals, and other materials for numerous projects around the Kennesaw State University campus.
This collection consists of agendas, memos, minutes, course/program proposals, and approvals of the Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum Committee (UPCC), the Faculty Senate, and the Graduate Policy and Curriculum Committee (GPCC).
The Mary Zoghby files chiefly consist of materials related to the first International Student Association on the Kennesaw State University (KSU) campus, and documents pertaining to the Human Relations Task Force. Materials include memoranda, letters, reports, minutes, newsletters, photographic prints, floppy disks, and one videocassette.
Flora B. Devine was the General Counsel and Special Assistant to the President in the Division of Legal Affairs at Kennesaw State University. The materials in the Flora Devine Files include meeting minutes and agendas, program evaluations, surveys, copies of electronic mail, memoranda, letters, invitations, by-laws, invoices, newsletters, leaflets, brochures, reports, programs, notes, and other files relating to various programs/projects and one conference.
Items have been maintained, for the most part, as received by the repository.
Oral history interview video recording of Audrey B. Morgan, business partner and sister of Bobbie Bailey.
The Southern Polytechnic State University Series documents the institution from the perspective of administration, faculty, staff, and students. The interviews were conducted by Dr. Thomas Scott and his colleagues at SPSU throughout 2014, following the announcement of the consolidation of Southern Polytechnic State University with Kennesaw State University.