Georgia Perimeter College
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Proclamations, resolutions, and other documents recognizing the Atlanta Center for Civic Engagement and Service-Learning at the GPC Clarkston Campus, 2010-2013.
The Georgia Perimeter College collection, also called the Georgia Perimeter Archives, was collected and previously housed at the Clarkston Campus to document the history of the college. It includes reports, yearbooks, student newspapers, literary magazines, photographs, artifacts, and memorabilia documenting ceremonies, events, governance, academics, and student life. The collection dates from the college’s beginnings until its merger with Georgia State University.
These marketing and public relations records include fact books; posters and videotapes of the annual Martin Luther King Birthday Celebration; and videotapes of other noteworthy events.
Records of the Georgia Perimeter College (Decatur) Public Relations and Marketing Office include publications (annual reports, fact books, staff newsletters, Chronicle, Collegian), photos (contact sheets of events), media (videotapes, CDs, DVDs of events), framed Resolutions.
Mike Hall (born 1958) taught at Dekalb Community College and its successor Georgia Perimeter College. A gay man impacted by the AIDS crisis, Hall became involved with the activist group ACT UP in the early 1990s, participating in its actions locally and in the Southeast. His papers, 1991-circa 2010, comprise a banner, photographs, and T-shirts related to gay activism.
Papers and records documenting Dr. Noel's roles as a faculty member (with emphasis on Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote) and as a Georgia Perimeter College administrator.