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The University Assembly consists of the Academic Council and the Administrative Council meeting together as one body. This collection consists of University Assembly, Academic Council, Administrative Council, and their combined sub-committee records.
Minutes of the Tennessee Polytechnic Institute faculty meeting held on March 19, 1956.
Website of the Tennessee Tech University Faculty Senate. The website contains resolutions, meeting minutes, agendas, supporting documents, membership rosters, procedures, and notes from 2017 to 2020. The website was originally published at https://www.tntech.edu/facultysenate/. It was crawled on December 2, 2020.
The Tennessee Tech University Faculty Senate serves as a representative voice of the teaching and research faculty at Tennessee Tech. The born-digital records include the website of the Tennessee Tech University Faculty Senate. The website contains resolutions, meeting minutes, agendas, supporting documents, membership rosters, procedures, and notes from 2017 to 2020.
The Tennessee Tech University Division of Student Affairs provides student support programs and services. As of 2020-2021, the Division includes the Campus Recreation and Fitness Center, Counseling Center, Dean of Students, Accessible Education Center, Eagle Card, Health Services, Multicultural Affairs, Residential Life, Roaden University Center, Service Learning Center, Student Activities and Greek Life, and University Police.
The collection documents William Everett Derryberry’s term as President of Tennessee Technology University (1940-1974) and his personal and professional life outside of the university. He managed the university through disruption during World War II, growth in enrollment after the war, physical expansion of the campus, integration and student movements during the 1960s and 1970s, and the university’s name change from Tennessee Polytechnic Institute in 1965.
Records created and collected by the Tennessee Tech University Office of the President in the course of administrating the university.
Crawled on February 9, 2021.
Memorandum from Dr. Roy S. Nicks, Chancellor of the State University and Community College System of Tennessee, to presidents of the system regarding desegregation of higher education.
Clipping from page 2 of the February 20, 1970 issue of The Oracle student newspaper on open admissions policies.
Clipping from page 3 of the February 14, 2014 edition of The Oracle student newspaper. The clipping reads: "A student asks Dr. Oldham how he plans to increase diversity on campus at the 'Chat with the President' on Tuesday during dead hour." A black and white photograph is to the right of the text. The photograph features a Black student holding a microphone and speaking.
Correspondence, reports, and drafts on Tennessee Tech University's and the state of Tennessee's efforts to desegregate in compliance with the Geier case.
Letter from John K. Folger, Executive Director of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, to Tennessee Tech University President Everett Derryberry regarding the court order requiring Tennessee to create a state public higher education desegregation plan and the Commission's procedural steps to create a plan. Includes handwritten notes on the front and back of the letter by President Derryberry.
Clipping from page 2 of the February 16, 1973 issue of The Oracle student newspaper.
Letter from John K. Folger, Executive Director of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, to Tennessee Tech University President Everett Derryberry regarding questions from the United States Justice Department on Tennessee Tech University's recruitment of minority faculty, minority student financial aid and recruiting, and programs for disadvantaged students.
Report on Tennessee Technological University's plan for desegregating the student body and employees of the university compiled in compliance with a court order in the Geier case.
Draft report on Tennessee Technological University's plan for desegregating the student body and employees of the university compiled in compliance with a court order in the Geier case. Includes handwritten notes by President Everett Derryberry.