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    • Faculty and administration photographic directory, 1992

    • 1992
    • A directory of faculty and administrators at Middle Tennessee State University during the 1992-1993 academic year, with a portrait photograph and contact information provided for each person listed
    • Middle Tennessee State University; College teachers; College administrators; Directories
    • Faculty and administration photographic directory, Fall 1986

    • 1986-08-01
    • A directory of university faculty and administrator portraits for the fall semester of the 1986-87 school year. Diamond/ 75th anniversary issue
    • Middle Tennessee State University; College administrators; College teachers; Directories
    • Directory of faculty and administration

    • 1980-08-01
    • Directory of administrators and faculty at the University in the fall semester of the 1980-81 school year
    • Middle Tennessee State University; College teachers; College administrators; Directories
    • "Board Named to Select New President"

    • 1968-05-16
    • After President Quill E. Cope's resignation, a board had to be named to find his successor. This newspaper clipping includes quotes from Cope's resignation speech. Cope was the fourth MTSU president; he was leaving MTSU to return to teaching at the...
    • Cope, Quill Evan; Resignation; College presidents; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Constitution revamp continues in ASB

    • 1966-03-01
    • Call's article describes the proposed Associated Student Body constitutional changes (Replacing the word "college" with University, allowing women and juniors to run for A.S.B. president, and raising the GPA required to run) and the arguments that...
    • Student government; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Dean Hayes oral history

    • 2003-10-14
    • Excerpts of an oral history with Dean Hayes, track coach for Middle Tennessee State University. Hayes shares memories of coaching experiences, race relations, women's issues, and general athletics at the university.
    • Coaches (Athletics); Coaching (Athletics); Track and field; Race relations; Racism; College integration; School mascots; Athletic fields; People with visual disabilities; People with disabilities; Women; Women college students; Middle Tennessee...
    • Nashville sit-in commemoration poster

    • 1985-04-16
    • A poster announcing the 25th anniversary of the Nashville Sit-in Movement on April 16, 1985. The University was showing a screening of the 1960 news documentary "Sit-in: ABC White Paper" at the Learning Resources Center on campus
    • Demonstrations; Nashville (Tenn.); Civil rights--United States;
    • M. G. Scarlett, 1920-

    • 1968-1978?
    • A biographical sketch of MTSU President Melvin G. Scarlett. Caption text: Born December 30, 1920 at Reading, Pennsylvania, he is the son of Clarence Albert and Mossie Ann (Ritzman) Scarlett. He received his education at Catawba College in North...
    • Scarlett, Melvin G.; College presidents; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Cadet 2nd Lieutenant receiving an award

    • 1966-05-10
    • Cadet 2nd Lt. Paul W. Landers of Murfreesboro receiving an award on May 10, 1966. He received the "Superior Cadet Award" for the junior class, presented by Dean Firman Cunningham, head of the School of Business and Industry at Middle Tennessee...
    • United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps; Military education; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Letter about Playbill Magazine display

    • 1977
    • Letter from Eastern Illinois University to the President of MTSU informing him of Dorothe Tucker's inclusion in a Playbill Magazine article concerning theatre programs
    • Tucker, Dorethe; Drama; Theater; Middle Tennessee State University;
    • Olivia Woods oral history

    • 2001-06-19
    • Excerpts of an oral history with Olivia Woods, the first African-American student at Middle Tennessee State University. Woods shares her memories of attending college at MTSU as both an undergraduate and a graduate student during the 1960s and 1970s
    • African Americans; African American college students; African American graduate students; Race relations; Women college students; Dress codes; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Peace demonstration : Keathley University Center

    • 1964-1974?
    • Rallying in front of the Keathley University Center for attendance at a campus peace demonstration on Oct. 15th. The Vietnam Moratorium Committee urged people to "Give Peace a Chance"
    • Demonstrations; Protest movements; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • James E. Walker Library

    • 2000?
    • The James E. Walker Library at Middle Tennessee State University. It was built in 1999 and named after James E. Walker, who was president of the university at the time. The building is more than 200,000 square feet. The architect was Thomas, Miller...
    • Academic libraries; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Bob Abernathy

    • 1960-1969?
    • James Robert Abernathy, or Bob Abernathy, is best known for his service as ambassador for Middle Tennessee State University. He made more than 2,500 speaking appearances in 21 states throughout the course of his career at the university. Abernathy...
    • Abernathy, James Robert; College teachers; Middle Tennessee State College; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Keathley University Center

    • 1968?
    • Keathley University Center was built in 1967. Burkhalter-Hickerson, architect; L.L. Poe, contractor
    • Student unions; College buildings; Middle Tennessee State University
    • John Harris oral history

    • 2000-05-09
    • An oral history with John Harris, director of Middle Tennessee State University's Disabled Student Services. Harris shares his memories of his experiences as a student and campus life for disabled students in particular at Middle Tennessee State...
    • College students; People with visual disabilities; People with disabilities; Race relations; Middle Tennessee State University
    • Relay team, 1965

    • 1965
    • The 1965 relay team. Track began at the university in 1955, and it was the first sport integrated on campus. Robert Mallard, the African American student shown here, was the first African American athlete at MTSU
    • Relay racing; Track and field; African American athletes; College integration; College sports; Middle Tennessee State University

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