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Education -- West Virginia

Subject Source: Local Lc

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Rosalie Stewart Detch, Papers and Ephemera

Collection Number: A&M 3968

Papers and ephemera of Rosalie Stewart Detch, West Virginia University alumna and school teacher and administrator in Greenbrier County. Includes material regarding Detch's father John L. Stewart, her time as a student at WVU, and her career in education. Includes programs, news clippings, tickets, schedules, postcards, and photographs, among other material. See "Scope and Content Note" for further information.

Dates: 1907-1982

West Virginia and Regional History Center, Video Recording of West Virginia Day Program

Collection Number: A&M 5187
Scope and Contents Unedited video recording, on DVD and original digital footage, of the West Virginia Day Program presented by the West Virginia University (WVU) Libraries' West Virginia & Regional History Center on June 20, 2014. The program, titled "Celebrating Two Hundred Years of Education in Morgantown," included three speakers, all WVU faculty: Dr. Barbara J. Howe, Dr. Lillian J. Waugh, and Dr. Connie P. Rice. The speakers were introduced by Dr. John Cuthbert, Director and Curator of the...
Dates: 2014

West Virginia Secondary Schools, Social Studies Survey

Collection Number: A&M 2969
Overview Data in fulfillment of a Master's degree pursued in political science by Mary A. Feldmeier. This reel consists of three parts: Part 1 - Letters to and from state colleges and universities in WV detailing the assumed entry level knowledge of students in introductory economics, political science and sociology courses as well as the high school educational background in such subjects as perceived by college faculty. Part 2 - WVU student questionnaire responses which verify dramatically faculty...
Dates: 1960

West Virginia University, Planning Committee, Preliminary Report

Collection Number: A&M 2173

Preliminary report of the West Virginia University Planning Committee based on a six-week study of the university in 1962. This 117-page typescript report to the university president provides recommendations for university development and improvement in several areas, including enrollment, facilities, academics and research, instructional programs, faculty, student affairs, university administration, and physical planning.

Dates: 1962

West Virginia University, President's Office, West Virginia Educational Legislation

Collection Number: A&M 1145

Ledger containing typescript copies of West Virginia educational legislation dating from 1867 to 1927.

Dates: 1927; Majority of material found in 1927