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Series 1: Dean's Office

This series includes correspondence between Dean's and other faculty and students. Majority of the correspondence documents are from Dean Barbara Stowe between the years of 1989-1998. Dean's academic council minutes and other documents are included. Ms. Jane Barnes' scrapbooks of "Highlights in History" are included from when she served as assistant to the Dean. Reports from conferences that Dean's attended are included. Biennial and centennial reports for the college.

Series 6: Department of Interior Design and Fashion Studies

Reports and recommendations from FIDER accreditation. Photos from textile chemistry classes, finished garments, and the Art Department. Correspondence about the transfer of the Art Department. Correspondence about the Family Economics merger. Previous names include, Domestic Art (1898), Department of Clothing and Textiles (1920), and Department of Clothing, Textiles, and Interior Design (1967).

Series 18: Subject Files

Budget proposals, accomplishments from the college, and correspondence between faculty. Correspondence, pictures, and planning for Centennial celebration and Golden Jubilee celebration. Media releases for name change, news clippings from college wide events and New Zealand exchange program journals. Lake Placid conference program, correspondence, and notes. Correspondence and news clippings about college reorganization proposal in 1990.

Series 14: Hospitality Days

Hospitality Days was an event for programs to display their current research and developments. High schoolers interested in college could attend along with other community patrons. This series includes photos of students and their departments' display. Promotional material such as brochures, flyers, and buttons are included. Steering committee minutes, plans, and correspondence are included.

Series 2: Department of Applied Human Science

The Department of Applied Human Science includes several programs, including Communication Sciences & Disorders, Early Childhood Education, Family and Consumer Science Education, Human Development and Family Science, and Integrative Human Sciences. This series includes the reorganization of 1990 that proposed to eliminate the College of Health and Human Sciences and the College of Architecture. There is correspondence regarding program mergers. Photos and news clippings from the child development lab to the protests from the 1990 reorganization. Plans and correspondence regarding the home management houses are included. This department was created by the merger of the Department of Family Economics and the Department of Family and Child Development in 1985 which created the Department of Human Development & Family Studies. The name changed to Applied Human Science in 2020.

Series 4: Department of Food, Nutrition, Dietetics, and Health

The department of Food, Nutrition, Dietetics, and Health used to be called the Department of Foods and Nutrition in 1947. Before that it was the Department of Foods Economics and Nutrition (1919-1947). In 1918, Human Nutrition was transferred from the Department of Chemistry. Pictures from meat judging competitions in 1927 are included in this series. Along with, reports of faculty changes and proposals for a clinical Ph.D.

Series 7: Accreditation

Self-study reports, annual reports, and recommendations from the American Home Economics Association (AHEA), American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS), and Food and Agricultural Education Information System (FAEIS).

Series 1: Credit Courses

Series 1 of Global Campus records, the credit course files range from the years 1975 – 2002 and contain both semester courses, as well as intersession (winter, spring, summer) courses. The series consists of files related to courses taken for credit through DCE and from programs outside of K-State. Credit courses highlighted are from the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Education, College of Business, Telecourses, and the Undergraduate completion program. It is composed of resources and manuals for distance and online courses, enrollment statistics, course information packets, photographs, videotapes, credit course promotional material, course evaluations, course financing, reports and reviews related to credit courses, and correspondence related to credit courses. The credit courses series contains 50 boxes.

Series 3: Conferences

The date range for the conference series is 1989-2007.Files pertaining to conferences that were held at Kansas State University or KSU was involved in from calendar years 1989-2004. The boxes contain the name of the conference, an attendance report, final budgets for the conference, brochures and promotional materials for said conference, and lastly conference material (i.e., Notes, minutes, reports) The conference series contains 16 boxes.

Series 2: Conference and Non-Credit Programs

This series contains programs from the years 1980 – 2007. Files consist of information related to conferences, training programs, and non-traditional studies that occurred in relationship to K-State and outside universities. Files possess materials related to conference and program agendas, enrollment and attendee lists, budget and financial information, speaker presentations, brochures and pamphlets, correspondence related to conferences and programs, and promotional materials. The CNCP series contains 24 boxes

Series 4: Administrative files

Material from the Administrative Series is from between 1982-2007. The Administrative Series partially contains files from David Stewarts office on non-Traditional studies and Western Kansas Community Services Consortium (WKCSC). It also contains documentation from the National University Degree Consortium (NUDC) along with files from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and National University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA). This series also contains biographical files from employees that have worked within the Division of Continuing Education. Files pertaining to non-traditional ways of continuing education along with files from academic outreach programs across Kansas state and surrounding high schools. Reports on Division finances and budgets. Lastly, this series contains files from the Kansas Board of Regents, from reading files to meeting minutes and notes. The Administrative series contains 44 boxes.

Series 5: Dean's Office files

The Dean’s office series consists of boxes ranging from 1983 to 1997. It partially consists of files from the office of Elizabeth Unger (1994) and Robert Kruh, who were both previous Deans of the Division of Continuing Education. Some of the files within this series pertain to Army Education through Fort Riley, End of year finance reports from the Division of Continuing Education. It also contains strategic planning reports for campus improvements and student outreach, correspondence to and from the Dean’s Office to different Universities within Kansas pertaining to courses (credit and non-credit) and improvement of the Division of Continuing Education. Files pertaining to departments like the Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship (CADS).Lastly, biographical information from people within DCE. The Dean’s Office Series contains 52 boxes.

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