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Box 1: Administrative Papers 1

 

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Hard copy of finding aid

1:1 Betty Lamp, nd
Description of a Betty lamp ◙ Blank order form for an official AHEA Betty lamp

1:2 Home Economics Fact Sheets, nd
Multiple drafts of a sheet of division facts ▪ University information ▪ Majors offered within division ▪ Faculty ▪ Facilities ▪ Admission requirements ▪ Suggested emphasis in high school course work ▪ Placement of graduates ▪ Scholarships available ▪ Organizations ▪Unique educational opportunities ▪ Kirksville

1:3 Precis, nd
Division of Family Sciences Precis ▪ Rationale for program ▪ New recruitment initiatives ▪ Description of the discipline program

1:4 Administrative History, 1915, 1964, 1977
Course listings ◙ Pickler Memorial Library listing of materials on NMSU history ◙ Bulletin-“History of Home Economics at K.S.T.C.” ◙ History of Betty Lamp ◙ Definition of Home Economics

1:5 Reports, Profiles, and Summaries, 1956-85
Biennial Report 1956-58 (multiple drafts) ◙ Biennial Report 1960-62 ◙ Biennial Report 1964-66 ◙ Nemoscope Spring 1967 “Home Economics Division Undergoes Many Changes” ◙ Division of Home Economics Profile 1969 ◙ Divisional Report 1970 ◙ Division of Home Economics Teaching Home Economics 1970-71 ◙ Home Economics Descriptive Annual Report 1976-77 ◙ Report 1981 ◙ Report to Dean Krueger 1982 ◙ Achievements by the Division of Home Economics 1981-82 ◙ Goals for External Budget 1982 ◙ Note from Dr. Lois Korslund [2c] ◙ 1984-85 Internal Review [2c] ◙ Highlights of Accomplishments 1983 Forward [2c] ◙ Major Home Economics Improvements Under Dr. Lydia Inman [2c] ◙ (Goals) In Progress [2c] ◙ Top Priorities ◙ Pleasurable Perspectives after One Year ◙ Personal and Divisional Goals ◙ Correspondence ▪ Krueger to Korslund ▪ Charles McClain to Korslund ◙ First Year Progress Report: Five Year Planning Document-Division of Family Sciences

1:6 Long-Term Planning, 1959, ?
Mission statement and goals ◙ Ten-Year Plan

1:7 Course Syllabi, 1963, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1988
HE 380-Organization of Occupational Consumer Homemaking ◙ HE 490-The Teaching of Home Economics ◙ HE 491-492-Student Teaching in the Secondary School ◙ HE 598-Occupational Home Economics ◙ HE 200 Art Needlework ◙ FS 455 Family Sciences Research Seminar ◙ FS 300 Family Economics and Resource Management ◙ FS 442 Management of Resources in the Home

1:8 Department Bulletins, 1964, 1985-87
Home Economics: Northeast Missouri State Teachers College 1964 ◙ Recruitment brochure ◙ Division of Home Economics Divisional Bulletin 1985-86 ◙ General Bulletins 1986-87

1:9 Division Reports, 1967-82
Bound book of division reports

1:10 State Department Annual Reports, 1969-72, 1974-75
Descriptive report ◙ Statistics ◙ Guidelines for submission of annual report ◙ Annual reports

1:11 Department Surveys, 1972-75, 1980-82, 1985
First-Time Freshmen Summary Report ◙ Blank questionnaire-senior research project survey ◙ Summary of responses of Graduation Home Economics Students ◙ Analysis of Responses of Home Economics Students to the Graduating Student Questionnaire

1:12 Ad Hoc Committee, 1974-75
Meeting minutes and correspondence between Darrell Krueger and division regarding the committee

1:13 Department Statistics, 1974-84
Student names listed with GPAs (nd) ◙ ACT/GPA University Statistics (nd) ◙ Home Economics Performance Goal ◙ Enrollment statistics ◙ Faculty grade distribution report ◙ Analysis of total fall 1983 enrollment according to 1985-86 standards for acceptance

1:14 Goals-Department, University, Reference Materials, and Budget &
        Facilities 1975-82
Department Goals ▪ Division Report to Dean Kruger 1982 ▪ Goals and Achievements by Dr. Lydia Inman 1981 ▪ Divisional Report for Dean of Instruction-Goals 1980 ▪ HE 471 Senior Seminar Syllabus ▪ Goals and Achievements for the Division of Home Economics 1980 ▪ Handwritten notes on HE goals 1979 ▪ Recommended Program of Work 1980/81-84 ▪ Objectives for 1979-80 ▪ Goals for the Division of Home Economics 1978 ▪ Home Economics Division Goals 1977-78, 1978-82 ▪ Communication Conference (Recruitment, Visibility, Viability) ▪ Faculty members’ achievements and goals 1976 ▪ Space Planning Committee Report Goals of Home Economics Division for the next 10 years 1976 ▪ Goals of the Division of Home Economics 1976 ▪ Home Economics Division Goals 1976? ▪ Goals rough draft 1976 ▪ Personnel Needs Academic Year 1975-76 ◙ University Goals ▪ University Goals 1977-78 ▪ Academic Goals for 1976-77 ▪ Working Draft Goals/Objectives 1976 ▪ Improvement of Communications 1976 ▪ University Goals 1975-76 ◙ Reference Materials ▪ Note from Dr. Darrell Krueger calling for an institutional “focus upon vocational preparation” ▪ How to Make the Best Use of Time by Eric Webster ▪ “Questions for A Board of Trustees” by Peter H. Armacost and the YPO Team ▪ Goals and Power by Paul V. Grambsch ▪ Notes from Administrators’ Meeting on preparation for “Tomorrow” 1976 ▪ Objectives for and philosophies on education ▪ The Components of Good Objectives 1977 ▪ Sensitizing Institutional Colleagues and the Larger Community to the Promise and Performance of Home Economics, Panel Presentation by Bea Litherland 1980 ▪ The Moving Structure of Home Economics: A poetic image of Home Economics’ dynamic realities-potentialities by Dr. Dan Rapp 1977 ▪ “A Statement of Mission” from Home Economics: A Definition by Dr. Marjorie Brown and Dr. Beatrice Paolucci ◙ Budget and Facilities Goals ▪ Budget & Facilities Goals 1978 ▪ Instructional Measurement Summary 1979 ▪ Goal Statement 1980

1:15 Architectural Information Violette Hall, 1975-83
Blueprints for and map of Violette Hall ◙ Violette Hall notes ◙ Campus Improvements Committee ▪ Projects lists ◙ Correspondence ▪ Faculty space (2) ▪ Closet Space in Violette Hall 178 ▪ Minor carpentry jobs ▪ Home Management House renovations ▪ Home Management House insulation ◙ Space needs reports ◙ Needed Capital Improvements (3) ◙ The President’s Newsletter-Capital improvements recommendations for the renovation of Violette Hall ◙ Detailed review of existing classroom utilization in Violette Hall

1:16 Department Goals, 1976-78, 1981, 1982
External budget goals ◙ Explanation of General Home Economics Major ◙ Mission and goals ◙ Reports on goals and achievements ◙ Standardized testing statistics ◙ Explanation for evaluation of division administration including examples ◙ Enrollment goals

1:17 Recruitment, Retention, and Placement, 1976-85
Recruitment ▪ Progress report ▪ Activities/ideas ◙ Retention Plan ▪ Advising strategies ▪ Division-wide activities ▪ Returning students data ▪ Retention strategy ideas ▪ List of course withdrawals ▪ List of students on Scholastic Probation ▪ Letter from a Special Services counselor ▪ Note about the Writing Lab ◙ Placement ▪Statistics ▪ Job announcements ▪ Letters to graduates ▪ Placement Efforts Summary ▪ Report on Placement ▪ List of 1980 Graduates (and what they’re up to!) ▪ List of Career Fair participants (businesses) ▪ Letter from potential employer

1:18 Grand Request-U.S. Energy Research & Development Administration,
        1977-78

Requesting support for project: Energy Conversation for Graduate class for Home Economics High School Teachers ▪ Budget Page ▪ Budget Justification ▪ Temporary course outline ▪ Faculty vitae ▪ Abstract ◙ Application for federal assistance ▪ Project approval information ▪ Budget information ▪ Program Narrative-Objectives and Need for this Assistance ▪ Assurance of compliance

1:19 Academic Support, 1977-78, 1980-81
Analysis of current utilization of service areas ▪ Library ▪ Audio Visual ▪ Publications ▪ Computer ▪ Registrar ▪ Study Skills Center ▪ Writing Clinic ▪ Freshman Counseling ▪ Museum ◙ Request for support services

1:20 Research and Public Services, 1977-78, 1980-81
List of current and historical public service and research activities by the division ◙ Research and service plan ◙ Long-range research and service plan

1:21 Summer School, 1977-78, 1980-81
Analysis of summer school activities ◙ Planned offerings ◙ Long-range plan ◙ Summer Workshop and Ten-Week Course Trends (given to department by Dean Krueger)

1:22 Application for Authorization to Purchase Equipment, Teaching Aids
        or Other Items for Vocational Programs, 1978

Home Economics Teacher Education Program application for funds for equipment, travel, etc.

1:23 Program Update Proposal and Related Research, 1978-82
Curriculum changes ◙ Core course update proposal ◙ Program update proposal ◙ Program inventory ◙ Program bulletin revisions ◙ Research on graduate programs and catalog terminology ◙ Program inventory for every NMSU academic program

1:24 Inventory, 1978, 1983, 1991
Violette Hall 146 ◙ Child Development Center ◙ Computers and Printers ◙ Planning for final divisional inventory

1:25 Enrollment Statistics, 1979-80, 1982
Central Missouri State University Home Economics Majors 1979-80 ◙ NMSU Spring Enrollment Home Economics 1982 ◙ NMSU Enrollment Home Economics 1980

1:26 Bulk Mailing Information, 1980
Instructions for sending a bulk mailing

1:27 Home Economics Subject Matter Articulation, 1981
Report of the Council of Home Economics Administrators in Missouri regarding subject matter articulation ▪ Goal: to standardize concepts and perquisites for basic home economics courses across the state in order to ease the student transfer process ▪ Meeting minutes

1:28 Planning Report, 1981
Enrollment analysis and goals ▪ Placement plan for graduates ◙ Programs analysis (quantitative and qualitative) and plan ◙ Staffing ▪ Staff Analysis ▪ Personal Development ▪ Long Range Plan ◙ Research & Public Service ▪ List of public service and research activities ▪ Plans/goals ◙ Alumni ▪ Alumni relations activities ▪ Alumni relations plans ◙ Summer Schools ▪ Analysis of 1980 activities ▪ Plans/goals

1:29 Curriculum Changes, 1981-82, 1984-85
Home Economics Curriculum Change Resolution ◙ Proposals for curriculum changes ◙ Mission statement ◙ Specialization proposal-Food and Nutrition ◙ Proposed Home Economics Revised Policies ◙ A Refined Definition of Home Economics at NMSU: Remarks to the Home Economics Faculty 9-12-1984

1:30 American Dietetic Association (ADA) Accreditation Material, 1981-87
Requirements for membership ◙ Several copies of a letter from Janet Foltman granting ADA  approval for Plan IV Program Proposal, 6-10-1985 ▪ Approval for Basic Requirements and the General Area of Emphasis ◙ Application for ADA Approval ◙ ADA-official program summary ▪ Basic requirements ▪ Program emphasis requirements ◙ Course syllabi relevant to ADA-approved program ▪ CHEM 120 General Chemistry I ▪ CHEM 121 General Chemistry II ▪ CHEM 320 Organic Chemistry ▪ BIOL 204 Microbiology ▪ SC 315 Physiology ▪ SS 101 Human Behavior ▪ SS 166 General Psychology ▪ SS 200 Principles of Economics: The Macro View ▪ SS 106 Economic Survival ▪ HE 310 Food Selection and Preparation ▪ HE 311 Nutrition ▪ BSAD 323 Principles of Management ▪ English Composition I ▪ English Composition II ▪ MATH 156 College Algebra ▪ ED 300 Educational Psychology ▪ VHEC 380 Organization of Occupational and Consumer Home Economics ▪ CHEM 421 Biochemistry ▪ SS 190 Introduction to Sociology ▪ SS 191 Introduction to Anthropology ▪ HE 314 Quantity Food Production Management ▪ STAT 346 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences ▪ BSAD 207 Introduction to Data Processing  ▪ CS 165 Survey of Computing ▪ HE 410 Meal Management ▪ HE 414 Community Nutrition ◙ Correspondence regarding the ADA annual maintenance fee and the related period of NMSU’s Administrative Probation (2) ◙ Curriculum Change Resolution regarding the B.S. in Home Economics: Foods and Nutrition option ◙ Note from Carol A. Friesen to Dean Lydia Inman regarding the course HE 412 Advanced Nutrition/Nutrition in Disease ◙ Minimum Academic Requirements for ADA Membership ▪ Plan III ▪ Plan IV ◙ 1987 Directory of Dietetic Programs by the ADA: includes NMSU on page 27 ◙ 1984 ADA Membership Classifications ▪ Membership Statistical Report ◙ Standardized Forms for Dietetic Internship Application ◙ June 1986 ADA Education Newsletter ▪ Revised fee schedule ▪ Editor’s Page ▪ Chairman’s Corner ▪ Questions and Answers ▪ Commission on Accreditation: Accreditation Decisions ▪ Program Information ▪ Notes from the Membership Development Department ▪ Calendar of Events ◙ 1986 Directory of Dietetic Programs by the ADA

1:31 Division of Home Economics Field Experience CTR 101, 1982
Description of the Clothing and Textile Retailing Field Experience Program ▪ Enrollment Procedures ▪ Student Requirements ▪ Deadline for Enrollment ▪ Blank application

1:32 Recommendation for Purchase of Sewing Machines, 1982
Two Model 801 Bernina Sewing Machines and one Model 830 Bernina Sewing Machine ◙ Statements of justification

1:33 Special Courses, 1982
Overview of American Retailing New York Markets: on-location course ◙ Application to enroll in HE 450: Directed Individual Study 


 

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