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Alyce M. Fanslow papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/7/53
Scope and Content This collection (1965-2009, undated) contains biographical information, audio cassettes, computer software, slides, reports, journals, published and unpublished papers, class notes, and award materials. Many of the materials in the collection reflect Dr. Fanslow’s interest in children’s nutrition, family and consumer sciences education, and household financial management. A game (“What I Eat”) developed by Dr. Fanslow is housed in the University Archives Artifact...
Dates: 1965-2009, undated

Carol B. Roskey papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RS 12/1/18
Scope and Content This collection (1997-2006) contains presentations, speeches, reports, and other material related to Carol B. Roskey, primarily during her tenure as Dean of Iowa State University’s College of Family and Consumer Sciences. Included are printouts of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and speeches given to administrators, alumni, faculty, and staff. Topics include budget discussions, convocation and awards presentations, and annual reviews of the College. The collection also contains...
Dates: 1997-2006

Charlotte E. Roderuck papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 15/6/51
Scope and Content The collection (1919-1989, undated) contains biographical information, course materials, papers and speeches, correspondence, research materials, publications, and news clippings. The collection also includes materials documenting Roderuck’s involvement in the Society for International Development (SID); the World Food Institute; the Bean/Cowpea Collaborative Research Support Program (CRSP); Foreign Assistance Act, Title XII records, and other centers and institutions related to nutrition....
Dates: 1919-1989, undated

Frances Marie Smith papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/7/54
Scope and Content

This collection consists of correspondence, conference-related material, newsletters, and a publication, all of which center around Smith’s interest in the Integration in Home Economics Interest Group.

Dates: 1988-1993

Helen LeBaron Hilton papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/1/15
Scope and Content The Helen Lebaron Hilton Papers (1911-1993, undated) document her activities as Dean of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at Iowa State University. During her tenure as Dean she was involved in the Baroda India Project, a program funded by the Ford Foundation. This program worked with colleges in India to establish programs of study for Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Home Economics. Also included are the records of the Iowa State Home Economics Alumnae...
Dates: 1911-1993, undated

Iowa State University. College of Family and Consumer Sciences records

 Record Group
Identifier: RS 12/1
Abstract The Department of Home Economics was established in 1875 with courses on domestic science and art, and physical culture. In 1959, the Department became the College of Home Economics and the name was changed in 1987 to the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. The College merged with the College of Education in 2005 to create the College of Human Sciences. The collection contains news clippings, annual reports, newsletters, descriptive brochures, publications, subject file, personnel...
Dates: 1902-2012

Rosalie Jean Amos papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/7/22
Scope and Content This collection (1949-1992, undated) contains biographical information, meeting minutes, agendas, correspondence, news articles and publications. Included in this collection are files regarding student teaching such as handbooks, competency evaluation forms, cooperating teacher lists, and meeting materials. The collection also includes files related to the Faculty Advisory Board, the Development Advisory Team, and the World Food Institute. Biographical information such as copies of resumes...
Dates: 1949-1992, undated