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College Of Education Plus Community Organization Materials

I received a phone call from my colleague Veronica Bielat, WSU librarian. There's a long-time WSU School of Education professor, Dr. Janice Hale, who recently passed away. The idea is to possibly collect her papers. I connected with Marguerite Carlson of Development - who thinks this is a good idea. I was able to get some digital materials on Dr. Hale (her obituary, some material on a education-based nonprofit she started that was a WSU School of Education partner). Discussion continues about collecting her material.
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Dr. Janice Hale Materials - Follow Up?
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Alison Stankrauff

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Today, 3:37 PM
Gotcha -

I'll hang tight on it.

Best,

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027
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Marguerite Carlton

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Today, 3:34 PM
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Erik had his own thoughts about it.
Talk to you later.

Dr. Janice Hale Materials - Follow Up?
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Alison Stankrauff

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Today, 3:30 PM
Marguerite Carlton
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Hi Marguerite -

Do you think that there's anything further I ought to pursue with Dr. Hale's materials at this point?

i.e. contact her son?

Other ideas?

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027
Re: Just FYI: An early ISAAC conference
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Alison Stankrauff

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Today, 9:21 AM
Marguerite Carlton
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Thanks Marguerite -

I'm saving this for the University Archives!

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027

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From: Marguerite Carlton
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 5:47:43 PM
To: Alison Stankrauff
Subject: Just FYI: An early ISAAC conference


https://africana-children-isaac.org/publicPolicy/pdf/ppls-program-2010.pdf

Re: COE FAculty Member archives
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Marguerite Carlton

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Today, 5:18 PM
Erik Nordberg;
Alison Stankrauff
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Just FYI:
Dr Hale was pretty influential and the College should also have hard copies of her conference materials. Previous deans (still in metro Detroit area) were very involved in the start of this institute. Early on, she had an impressive board as well (including local community leaders - academic/educational, health, religious institutions...)

RE: COE FAculty Member archives
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Erik Nordberg

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Today, 5:11 PM
Alison Stankrauff;
Marguerite Carlton
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I think that you should get some more information from Veronica about what might be available to collect. I’m going to loop Louis in here as this is one of those crossover areas where a WSU faculty member was involved in creating a community organization.


From: Alison Stankrauff
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 4:58 PM
To: Erik Nordberg
Cc: Marguerite Carlton
Subject: Fw: COE FAculty Member archives

Hi Erik and Marguerite -

This is from my friend and fellow SLIS classmate Veronica Bielat - who I know you both know....

She said that she was concerned that this web content may disappear soon upon Dr. Hale's passing.

And that her son may be a possible contact/possible donor.

Thoughts Very Welcome,

Alison Stankrauff
University Archivist
Wayne State University
5401 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Michigan
48202
alison.stankrauff@wayne.edu
313-577-4027


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From: Veronica Bielat
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 3:35 PM
To: Alison Stankrauff
Subject: COE FAculty Member archives

Hi Alison

I just found out a faculty member from the college of Education passed away last weekend. Her name was Janice Hale and she founded this organization.
https://africana-children-isaac.org/research/journal/contact.php
Africana-Children-Isaac
africana-children-isaac.org
The Institute for the Study of the African-American Child (ISAAC) fosters African-American education and child development through research, dissemination of information, training, community service to parent
I don't know what kind of eresources you collect, but I am concerned the record of this institute will disappear with her. (I have a little backstory on this faculty for talking only)
Call me if you want to chat.

Veronica

Veronica Bielat, Librarian III
Instruction Services Coordinator
Student Success Librarian
Wayne State University Library System
313-577-4217
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