Papers of Martha Denney
Material Subject Matter: Fort Collins flood of 1997, international programs; Material Types: Photographs, papers, publications, newspaper articles
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0.25 linear feet (Number of Boxes: 1 half Hollinger box)
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Martha Denney, Administrative Professional Emeritus, retired in 2011 as the CSU (Colorado State University) Director of International Education. She worked in the Eastern Plains for CSU Extension several years before joining the Office of International Programs in 1982. She served as Coordinator of International Training, was head of the International Education department (now International Initiatives) and helped develop the International Studies major into the university curriculum before serving as Director. She also became a member of the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers, serving as the chair of the International Development Committee. Since her retirement, Denney has stayed involved with NAFSA and serves on the Board of Directors for the Fort Collins Global Village Museum, a project she helped found.
The collection includes emails regarding cooperative projects, a certificate awarded to Denney for her support in Grand Oasis, 2001, a cd of international faculty experience and international capability, papers on international programs, irrigation management, programs at Colorado State University, and the CSU Faculty Directory of International Expertise. Of note is a scrapbook documenting the July 28, 1997, Spring Creek flood in Fort Collins, Colorado. The scrapbook contains photographs with annotations, newspaper clippings, and publications commemorating anniversaries of the flood as well as the flood itself.
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