Universities and colleges -- Faculty
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
The American Association of University Professors: Tennessee Tech Chapter Papers contain materials relating to the local chapter at Tennessee Tech including meeting minutes, chapter newsletters, Tennessee Tech faculty handbooks, the chapter Constitution and By-Laws, faculty rosters, resolutions and both committee and general reports. Additionally, it includes several documents relating to AAUP Tennessee Conferences.
This collection consists of documents created by the Faculty Senate including: Agendas and Minutes, Committee Policies and Correspondence, Faculty Handbooks, and various Other Handbooks and Manuals. The first three series (accordingly as listed) are arranged chronologically. Other Handbooks and Manuals are arranged according to their source department. The records range from 1982 to 2019 and consist of 14 boxes.
Records of Tennessee Tech biology professor including course records and committee records. Retired in 2017.
These are materials acquired initially by Christine Jones during her course of work as a genealogist in Tennessee Tech archives. They include copies and originals of materials dealing with counties, notable families, and a variety of historical topics dealing with the Upper Cumberland. Subject files continue to be added from ongoing acquisitions. This collection also includes numerous scrapbooks from Thomas Jefferson Barnes relating to his family genealogy and dating from 1883-1986.
Records of the Department of Computer Science at Tennessee Tech University. Includes ephemera, accreditation self-studies, academic program proposals and curriculum, correspondence, university-wide policies, Mary Patterson Scholarship administration files, and new faculty orientation materials.
See also: College of Arts and Sciences records
The Newsletters and Publications collection is an accumulation of various publications made by Tennessee Tech University and other institutions relevant to the region dating from 1951 through 2020. The records are files of text arranged in alphabetical order by title of publication.
News and periodical excerpts on various political and social topics, collected and organized by Gretta Stanger to be a snapshot of these issues as they were current from 1986 to 2011. Arranged in the original, pseudo-alphabetical format in which they were submitted.