Found in 61 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1977-2002) contains biographical sketches and newspaper clippings on Crabtree along with a number of articles and speeches presented by Dean Crabtree for Iowa State University’s College of Family and Consumer Sciences. The speeches and articles mostly focus on the future of the family and consumer sciences curriculum and home economics educators as well as career opportunities for graduates of the college.
The collection (1975-1980, undated) contains background papers, correspondence, news clippings, media materials (including a list of the Committee’s radio spots), speeches given by various Committee members, surveys, articles and videotapes. There are several articles and papers written by members of the committee about the Stanley amendment. Other organization materials include informational pamphlets, brochures, and advertisements.
FOCUS is an artist grant program for artists, writers, performers and musicians formed in 1972. Funded by the Student Government, grants are awarded by a committee of Iowa State students, faculty, and staff. The grants support new work in visual art, apparel design, writing, theater, dance, and musical performance.
The collection (1925-1985, undated) contains the correspondence, publications, clippings, speeches of Frank H. Spedding and administrative records related to his work as director of the Ames Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy.
The National Affairs Committee (formerly Institute on National Affairs) began in 1968. The committee plans an annual lecture series on a topic of national interest. Committee members coordinate, review, and approve speakers and events. Membership is open to all in the university community.
The Institute on World Affairs, now knows as World Affairs Committee, began in 1966. It offers an annual series on topics of international interest. The Committee on Lectures appoints up to four representatives from the ISU community to choose topics and speakers.