Ball State University -- History
Found in 79 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes the records of and documents created by the president-appointed Affirmative Action Advisory Board from 1973 to 2000. Included in the collection are correspondence files related to the creation and operations of the advisory board, drafts and published documents created by the board and publications related to affirmative action gathered by the board.
This collection includes information on the homecoming steering committee, homecoming events, and homecoming publicity from the Alumni Association of Ball State University from 1925-2006. The formats for this collection includes newspapers, programs, photographs, forms, flyers, and other documentation.
This collection contains photographs collected by the Ball State University Alumni Association used to support publications and other outreach endeavors developed for Ball State University alumni. Also included are additional materials used in the creation of alumni outreach literature and publications.
This collection includes bulletins, undergraduate and graduate course catalogs, and schedules of classes for Ball State University and its predecessor institutions, Indiana State Normal School and Ball State Teachers College. Produced by the Office of Academic Systems, these publications provide information regarding the campus, academic departments, majors, minors, class offerings, and graduation requirements. Materials in this collection range in date from 1914 to 2012.
Annual publications from the Office of Sports Information, Athletic Publicity, and Sports Publicity recapping schedules and outcomes for Ball State men's and women's athletic teams. Publications are arranged chronologically from 1953-1992.
This collections includes administrative records from the Center for Middletown Studies, including annual reports, correspondence, budget and finance information, position descriptions, publications and promotional materials. The collection also includes grant and research proposals, research projects and supplementary research materials, audio and video recordings and electronic files.
This collection includes research materials and manuscript drafts from Charles F. Van Cleve ranging from 1896 to 1968 regarding the history of Ball State Teachers College. His research materials contain information regarding students, faculty, and administration of the college as well as publications created by Ball State and its predecessors. His manuscript draft documents the history of Ball State Teachers College and contains edited versions of his final copy.
This collection includes the unpublished manuscript entitled, Beneficience: A History of Ball State Teachers College (1895-1961) and related correspondence ranging from 1961-1969.
This collection includes accreditation materials from the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University dating from 1973 to 1993.
This collection includes planning documents from the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University dating from 1977 to 2005.
This collection includes planning documents, administrative files, and budgetary information from the Ball State University Computer Competency Program at Ball State University ranging from 1975 to 1992.
This collection contains the diary of Delight Bobilya (Wier) kept from August 31 1940-August 30, 1945 during which time she was an undergrad at Ball State University. The diary details information about her life, relationships, and the effect of World War II on student life. Three versions of the diary are kept in the collection including the original, and a typed and bound version transcription created by Delight's daughter, Rebecca Wier Lock, in both physical and digital versions.
This collection includes publications, press releases, and curriculum records from the Department of Business Education in the College of Business at Ball State University ranging from 1966 to 1980.
This collection includes brochures, newspaper articles, planning documents, and publications from the Ball State Department of Geography and Geology dating from 1925 to 1981.
This collection includes committee and departmental minutes, correspondence, budget documents, curriculum planning documents, departmental policy documentation, lecture series records, course schedules, statistics, and other departmental records from the Ball State University Department of History ranging from 1959 to 2003.
This collection includes accreditation documentation, course schedules, departmental meeting minutes, planning documentation, a scrapbook, and other departmental records from the Ball State University Department of Library dating from 1947 to 1986.
This collection includes administrative documents, committee records, brochures, and faculty files from the Ball State University Teachers College Department of Secondary and Higher Education ranging from 1967-1994.
This collection includes VHS video recordings of television broadcasts of student-produced programs created at the Ball State University Department of Telecommunications as well as other video assets created and used by the department.
This collection includes files, Video Home Recording (VHS) tapes, Digital Video Discs (DVD), Magnetic recording tape, publications, scrapbooks, photographs and photographic slides from the Ball State University Department of Theatre and Dance in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1941 to 2014 regarding the dance history through programs, scrapbooks, subject files and dance recordings on performance stages.
This collection includes documentation of Dr. Alvey’s involvement in the YMCA Bible Study Program, Muncie Central High School, Ball State University, the city of Muncie, Indiana, and Hazelwood Christian Church from Dr. Charles Alvey in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1907 to 1978 regarding his affiliations and activities.
This collection includes promotional materials, newspaper articles, and essays from the Midwest Writers' Conference and Earl Conn's courses in Muncie, IN ranging from 1973 to 2004 regarding creative writing, journalism, and Ball State History.