Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Dr. Leila al-Imad "Issues in the Muslim World: The Druze in the 19th and 20th Centuries"
First United Methodist Church of Cookeville "The Bible in Glass"
Office of Multicultural Affairs records, 1989 - 2021
The records document the founding of the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center in 1989 and efforts by the university to support the personal, cultural, social, and academic growth and development of students from underrepresented ethnic populations. Materials include administrative files, event planning files, posters, flyers, photographs, and scrapbooks.
Religous Activities Committee, 1940 - 1973
Preprocessing notes: The folder titled "teacher load and enrollment" is the class schedule before it was printed from 1960-1968. See bulletins for inforamtion regarding this after.
The THEC index and minutes give details on faculty hiring and leave, building construction and naming.
American Council on Education folders hold a breadth of information regarding disabled veterans on campus.
Subject files, 1986 - 2011
News and periodical excerpts on various political and social topics, collected and organized by Gretta Stanger to be a snapshot of these issues as they were current from 1986 to 2011. Arranged in the original, pseudo-alphabetical format in which they were submitted.