Communities in SOAR
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Records created by the Administrators Council.
Concerns the mission, purpose and governance of the Council.
Records created by the Administrators Council concerning the schedule of meeting activities and a summary of what transpired during the meeting.
Oral histories conducted by staff of the Kennesaw State University Archives in order to further its mission to contribute to scholarship and to develop collections.
This sub-community contains records created by and related to the Kennesaw State University Department of Athletics.
This collection contains media guides created by the Kennesaw's department of Athletics.
Records pertaining to the activities of the department of Museums, Archives, Rare Books and Records and Information Management.
Oral histories conducted and/or supervised by Dr. Thomas Scott, Professor Emeritus of History, on the development of Kennesaw State University and the local community.
The Cobb County Oral History Series was conducted by Thomas Scott, Professor of History at Kennesaw State University, and others, of prominent citizens of Cobb County, Georgia. The series was started in 1978 and interviews are still being conducted. The interviewees were people of various backgrounds from Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, Bartow, Gordon, and Fulton counties.
The Cobb NAACP/Civil Rights Series consists of forty-one oral history interviews done with a variety of people across Cobb County. The purpose of the project is to collect personal experiences of people with the Cobb County Branch and its predecessor, the Marietta Branch, of the NAACP, as well as the Civil Rights movement in Cobb County, Georgia.
The Kennesaw College Oral History Series consists of interviews conducted with people of various backgrounds from Cobb, Paulding, Bartow, Gordon, and Fulton Counties from 1978 to 1985.
The Kennesaw State University oral history series is a project conducted in collaboration with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), and the College of the Humanities and Social Sciences to collect oral histories from all past recipients of the KSU Distinguished Professor, Teaching, Scholarship and Service Awards.
The Southern Polytechnic State University Series documents the history of the institution from the perspective of its administration, faculty, staff, and students.
Governing policies for Kennesaw State University managed, monitored, and maintained by the Policy Process Council.
Policies governing activities related to facilities at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies governing activities related to finance and business at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies related to governance activities at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies governing activities related to information technology at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies governing activities related to the law at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies governing activities related to operations at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies governing activities related to personnel at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
Policies governing activities related to students at Kennesaw State University and approved by the Process Policy Council.
KSU Lifestyle is a monthly publication by Kennesaw State University Student Media that engages in conversations to build student engagement as part of the university community. The title replaces both Talon Magazine and The Sting.
The KSU/SPSU History Collection is a growing collection of digital materials that document the history of Kennesaw State University from 1963 to the present, including the 2015 consolidation with the former Southern Polytechnic State University. Items within this collection come from holdings within the Kennesaw State University Archives.
Share is a literary and art magazine produced by students as part of Kennesaw State Student Media. It features works by students, staff, and faculty.
Hugh Gordon assembled the collection over a period of years as the resource for a book project. As part of the donor agreement with the Archives, Gordon requested that the collection be named for himself, J. Joseph Kruse, and Fred R. Wentzel. It consists of ten series, which represent accessions from different sources.
The Hugh L. Gordon Papers range from 1951 to 2009, with the bulk dating from 1966 to 1989. The majority of the documents were created by Gordon during the course of his duties as Director of Personnel at Lockheed-Georgia (GELAC), as well as Regional Executive for Region 4 of the National Alliance of Businessmen (NAB) and leadership positions with the Private Industry Council of Atlanta, Inc. (PIC) and the Atlanta Employer’s Voluntary Merit Employment Association (AEVMEA). In addition, the Gordon Papers include material generated as part of the creation of the collection.
The Atkinson-Floyd Papers contain documents related to the history and genealogy of the Atkinson and Floyd families of Camden County and Marietta (Cobb County).
This collection contains business records, publications, and audiovisual material for the Georgia Marble Company during the twentieth century.
A digital scan of the unpublished manuscript, Don't stand behind the fan (Jet that is) written by Henry Leo (Hap) Hudson Sr.
A collection of materials accumulated by Jon C. Greaves, an activist in the LGBT community in Cobb County and Atlanta, Georgia, that documents his interest in gay and lesbian civil rights, women's reproductive rights, and hate crimes. Mr. Greaves was a founding member of the Cobb Citizens Coalition, a group formed to protest the Cobb County Board of Commissioner's resolutions regarding community standards and arts funding in 1993.
This collection contains organizational records of the Southern Graphics Council International from 1973 until 2012.
A history of Southern Polytechnic State University written in 1998 by Richard A. Bennett, former professor and Director of International Programs at SPSU.