Office of Institutional Advancement. Staff Records. Ketner, Annette., 1996-2001 | University of Michigan-Dearborn Archives
This collection from the Office of Institutional Advancement record group consists of thirteen boxes of material generated by Annette Ketner, Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations, between 1996 and June 2001. It is one series divided into six sub-series, including the records of three major projects as well as material on several smaller projects for which AK sought funding from foundations and corporations.
Series one, sub-series one: (boxes 1-5): ENLACE, Engaging Latino Communities for Education, is a continuing project of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, established to draw more Hispanics into higher education. UM-D, UM, and UM-Flint, worked together on a planning-grant application during summer and fall of 1999. The files contain materials about meetings, conferences, drafts of the application itself, letters of support, vita of participants.
Series one, sub-series two (boxes 6-8): EIC, Environmental Interpretive Center, documents funding efforts to support the EIC which opened in 2001. It also includes material on exhibit design.
Series one, sub-series three (box 9): Ethnobotany: Dr. Dan Moerman, professor of Anthropology, wanted to provide copies of his book Native American Ethnobotany to each of 1200 Indian tribes in North America. The materials reflect AK’s attempts to obtain funding to pay for the project.
Series one, sub-series four (box 10): Material on AK’s attempts to find funding to equip the Wellness Center, which opened in 2000.
Series one, sub-series five (boxes 11-12): Miscellaneous projects on which AK worked, arranged alphabetically.