UA/23. Faculty Papers
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
AAUP or American Association of University Professors Valdosta Chapter Recurring-Dates: 1979-1996
David Scott is a Professor Emeritus of Finance at Valdosta State University. The VSU Archives houses several boxes pertaining to his extensive publication history. Manuscripts, and research materials pertaining to Scott's following works: National Works/ Stretching Your Income/Wall Street/Stocks and Bonds/Money Smarts: Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds/Dictionary of Accounting/Security Investments/ Our National Parks Guide/ Wall Street Words/ Financing Growth of the Electric Utilities
Oral history interviews with Georgia residents during the Depression era, 1920's-40's.
Death Notices for Faculty and Students of Valdosta State for the 1990s
Donald Penny was a professor of Art from 1966-1991. While an Art professor he designed a large ceramic mural at the South entrance to the Fine Arts building. This collection contains preliminary designs for that mural.
Elmer C. Ellis was a professor of Education at Valdosta State College. These are papers published by him about Children's Education and the School System in1957, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1979.
Fluker Stewart (1921-2006) was Director of College Relations for Valdosta State College from 1966-1985. He was an integral part of the College Faculty, and kept meticulous record of all that he did. Not only did he maintain all of his correspondence from his time at Valdosta State, he also collected newspaper clippings that were college-related. His collection provides a good picture of college affairs from the late sixties to the mid-eighties.
Fred Lamar Pearson was a professor of history at Valdosta State College and University. This collection contains research notes and an article published by him: "Anglo-Spanish Rivalry in the Georgia Country: 1670-1691"
Jane Elza was a member of the Political Science Department who was involved in the founding of the Women's and Gender Studies department at Valdosta State. Her papers involve the AAUP at Valdosta State for the 90s, as well as the founding of the Women's and Gender Studies Department. She was also very involved in the founding and early years of the Faculty Senate, and papers documenting the Faculty Senate are found here.
This collection contains wooden clock hands that were formerly part of Pound Hall's clock, as well as a beanie hat.
John C. Huxford (1931-2008) was a professor with the College of Fine Arts at Valdosta State University. He donated vintage sheet music booklets dating from 1882-1964. Also inculded are numerous discographies, his thesis and research, and correspondence. He was also a c omposer and we have numerous compositions, which are at present unprocessed. Other of his compositions appear in the collection Campus Memorebelia in Archon.
Dr. John Dunn is currently a professor of History at Valdosta State University. This collection includes his publications, professional correspondence, outstanding student papers, journals from interns, and travel journals from Egypt, Uzbekastan, and Japan. Dr. Dunn also donated several vintage copies of French publications dating from the late 19th early 20th century, most notably L'Illustration. Several boxes of L'Illustration have been digitized and can be found on Vtext.
John H. Curtis was a professor in the Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice department. This collection houses papers he published from 1975-1978 about Family Counseling.
Joseph Tomberlin was head of the history department at Valdosta State University. His papers are from the late 1990s to the early 2000s and deal with SACS accreditation and the implementation of CORE Curriculum.
Lena Hawks was Dean of Instruction for Georgia State Woman's College in the late 1930s-1940s. This is a collection of statistical data compiled by her in that time period concerning the students of GSWC. Topics include: Enrollment and Testing, Grade Distributions for Elective Courses, Instructional Reports, Misc., Sophomore Comprehensive Exams, Stagger System, Study of Grades and Scores on State Tests, Survey Courses, Testing Programs, 1938-1939.
Linda Chamberling was an Associate Professor of Biology at Valdosta State University. This collection contains some of her research data, teaching materials, correspondence, employment records, and project data. Most of which relates specificially to biology.