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Jo Anne Trow Papers, 1952-2014

Scope and Content Note

The Jo Anne Trow Papers consist of materials generated and collected by Trow that document her career at OSU, college education, involvement in professional organizations, receipt of awards, and service in community organizations. Among the items included in the collection are: certificates, correspondence, diplomas, drawings, employment records, greeting cards, a guestbook, newspaper clippings, photographs, plaques, a scrapbook, speeches, student papers, a thesis, and a VHS videotape. About half of this collection - which includes the guestbook, scrapbook, videotape, and greeting cards - reflects events and notes of congratulations on Trow's promotion to Vice President and on her retirement. The two professional organizations reflected in these papers are NAWDAC (National Association of Women's Deans, Administrators, and Counselors) and NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators). The thesis is Trow's doctoral dissertation in education from Michigan State University "Residence Halls Goals and Objectives: Perceptions of Students and Staff."

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