Browse Items (24 total)

  • Collection: Appalachian State University Annual Reports, 1961-2010

5164_UniversityAnnualReport_1979_1980_ChancellorsReport_A.pdf
In 1979 the Faculty Development Fund was created by the ASU Foundation allowing for much more funding for faculty research and projects. And emission spectograph was bought for the Geology Department and the New York Loft continued to be improved.…

5164_UniversityAnnualReport_1977_1978_A_Chancellor.pdf
Chancellor Herbert Wey gives an overview of the Student, Academic, and Business Affairs of the 1977-78 school year.

5164_UniversityAnnualReport_1976_1977_A.pdf
Herbert Wey presents the annual report for 1976-77, which brought a decline in student population for the first time in forty years. In addition to many improvements to the campus, ASU began to be more selective in the application process.

5164_UniversityAnnualReport_1975_1976_Aa_President.pdf
The Chancellor gives a report of the academic year 1975-76 after having traveled around the world. He is very optimistic about ASU's future, having seen the way other universities function internationally.

5164_UniversityAnnualReport_1974_1975_A.pdf
1974-75 marks a year of significant financial challenges for ASU. Many budget cuts had to be made in order to keep the university functioning. Additionally, Cratis Williams stepped in as acting chancellor for Herbert Wey while Wey was conducting a…

5164_UniversityAnnualReport_1972_1973_A.pdf
Chancellor Wey gives a report of the 1972-73 academic year, the first year that ASU was a part of the University of North Carolina system.