Original bulletin that announces the college's move to the Lake Eden campus and quotes speeches on the occasion by Robert Wunch, Rector of the college, and Josef Albers. The ongoing needs of the campus and the future plans for the work program are...
Original bulletin that describes scholarships, previsions for students from Enlisted Reserve Corps, changes in curriculum due to the war, the work program, and lists of college fees. Printed commercially. Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.
Original bulletin that includes: an introduction to the college's accelerated program, designed to allow students to graduate in "three years or less;" other changes made due to World War II including veterans' education and a work-experience...
Original bulletin that includes information on education in a time of war, the accelerated program, veterans' education, community work program, admission to the student body, payment of fees, summer sessions, and lists of the faculty, the Board of...
Original bulletin dealing with the subjects: education in the modern world, the structure of the college, the semester system, community work program, admission to the student body, graduation, general information about the college, fees, financial...
RALEIGH – Gov. Mike Easley announced today that Providencia USA Inc., a subsidiary of Latin America's largest maker of nonwoven plastic materials, plans to build its first U.S. manufacturing plant in Statesville, investing $115 million and...
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Easley, Michael F., 1950-
STATESVILLE - Gov. Bev Perdue today announced that Providencia USA, Inc., a global manufacturer of nonwoven fabrics, will expand in Iredell County. The company plans to create 28 jobs and invest $60 m. . .
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Perdue, Bev, 1947-
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