05-19/05. Academics and Faculty
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, speeches, printed material including reports and legislation, and other records, 1934-1977, reflect Alda Ditchfield's career in nursing education at Georgia State University and its predecessors.
Correspondence and memoranda documenting Jerry Robbins’s tenure as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. Topics include academic regulations, academic programs, and continuing education.
Professional files relating to his career as a historian at Georgia State University comprise the papers of Gerald H. Davis, 1963-1977.
Office files including correspondence and financial materials comprise the records of the Georgia State University International-Intercultural Studies Program, 1970-1989.
Records (participant applications, student evaluations), 1984-1986.
Professional files relating to his career as professor of marketing at Georgia State University comprise the papers of John S. Wright, 1950s-1980s.
Richard M. Forbes papers, 1956-1980, include reading files, records related to Georgia State University's self-study reports, material regarding the Real Estate Department and School of Urban Life, and reports and studies about Atlanta planning.
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.
Collection consists of published works, conference papers, and research proposals/studies documenting age relations, ethnic groups, and women. See also "Curriculum Vitae" and "Honors."
Financial information, minutes, correspondence, reports, and logs generated during Eli Zubay's William Suttles's terms as Vice President of Academic Affairs, 1967-1982.
Office files, committee records, and information about faculty and teaching comprise the unprocessed records of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Provost at Georgia State University, 1940s-2011.
Professional files from his career as a Georgia State University professor of history and educational policy studies make up the papers of Wayne J. Urban, 1970s-2000s. College of Education: Department of Educational Foundations.