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Appalachian State University Annual Reports: A Report to President Friday and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina by Chancellor John E. Thomas, for the Academic Year July 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983

This report discusses the technological revolution and the push to include higher education. There were changes made to availability of Greek housing, improvements to the Student Union, and a review of all the graduate programs that takes place every seven years. Broyhill Music Center was opened and there was a push for Boone to be the summer home for the North Carolina Symphony. Total student enrollment was 10,513.

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Appalachian State University Annual Reports: Chancellor's Report to President Friday, the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina and the Board of Trustees, 1981-1982

This report discusses the communication revolution and the role that AppalNet has played in communication across campus. The university expresses a desire to have more funds to support the growth of technology on campus. The Chancellor's Scholarships were implemented as were many other scholarships and research grants for students and faculty. The Dark Sky Observatory Project was under-way with new telescopes and a new observation area for astronomy students.

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Appalachian State University Annual Reports: Chancellor's Report, 1982-1983

Chancellor Thomas gives a report on the academic year 1982-1983, which includes an optimistic look to the future as a result of a year-long strategic planning process.

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