Digitized and born digital photographs taken by the Tennessee Tech University Photo Services office within the Office of Communications and Marketing. The photographs represented in this online collection are only a small fraction of the entire collection. Check out the full finding aid here: https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/8
Website, newsletters, and news release of Tennessee Tech University Project AWAKEN. The project was a federally-funded grant program at Tennessee Technological University designed to address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking on campus.
Materials related to the planned Elvis Presley performance at Tennessee Tech University and Presley's death before the concert. The items were donated by Ron Rami, the retired Director of Student Activities at Tennessee Tech.
Records created and collected by the Tennessee Tech University Office of the President in the course of administrating the university. The bulk of the records are not available online. Check out the full finding aid here: https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/27
The photographs likely were collected for the booklet "Alpine School: A collection of photographs, 1935-1992."
Born-digital reports and newsletters of the Tennessee Tech University Office of Research and Economic Development. Also includes Intellectual Property Committee materials, which reported to the Office.
Artifacts and records of Roberts and Mooneyham Medical. Digitized materials include three posters of Adrien Barrère prints. For the full collection inventory, see https://www.tntech.edu/library/pdf/RG60-Roberts-MooneyhamUCMSMedicalCollection.pdf
Research collection for the paper "The Female Experience at Tennessee Tech: 1940-1990." The materials cover affirmative action, the role of women at Tech, and sexual discrimination at Tech. Of particular interest are the oral histories. Included are the recollections of a staff member who as a student and librarian has been a part of the university community for 50 years. Also included are the reminiscences of the first woman to receive a Ph.D. from Tennessee Tech and a woman athlete. The bulk of the collection is not available online. For the full collection finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/3/resources/43
Documents activism and responses to activism in the Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee. Topics include activism against anti-Black police brutality and for gun control, immigration reform, reproductive rights, and LGBTQ+ rights. For the collection finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/3/resources/85 Content warning: some responses to protests contain dehumanizing, white supremacist, anti-Black racist, and antisemitic language and images. Some responses also call for and glorify violence against protesters.
Born-digital publications of the Tennessee Tech University Office of Sports Information. Includes websites, podcasts, record books, media guides, results, and quick facts. Materials are organized by sport.
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. For the collection finding aid, see https://archives.tntech.edu/repositories/2/resources/35
A digital collection of logos and seals from Tennessee Technological University from creation to present. University Archives created this folder and materials to assist with ease of access to frequently requested materials.
A computer generated composite picture (19 inch x 22 inch) of Tennessee Tech University presidents from 1916 to 2012.