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Date Span: 1986 – 2006
Extent: 1.33 cubic feet
Biographical Sketch: Dr. Richard Martin earned his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia. He came to Troy University Dothan Campus (formerly Troy State University Dothan) in January 1983. Dr. Martin presently teaches Political Science.
Scope / Content: Documents Dr. Martin’s activities as a faculty member. Consists of committee reports and minutes, faculty and staff handbooks plus student advising manuals, correspondence, course syllabi, memos, newsletters, and administrative circulars.
Organization: Organized into 3 series:
Committees, 1986 – 2006, 23 folders: Documents Martin’s work on, or the actions of, faculty and administrative committees of Troy State University Dothan (prior to its merger into a branch campus of Troy University).
Handbooks & Manuals, 1987 – 2002, 9 items: Faculty, adjunct, staff, and student procedural manuals.
General Correspondence/Miscellaneous, 1987 – 2005, 16 folders: memos, administrative circulars, syllabi, and other material related to faculty tasks.
Preferred Citation: Dr. Richard Martin Papers, RG087, Wiregrass Archives, Troy University Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Access/User Limits?: Open for research
Ad Hoc Committee - Grade Appeal / Academic Code Policy - 1993, 1994, 1995, 2001 [incomplete]
Ad Hoc Committee on Faculty Teaching & Work Load, 1994/1995
Administrative Council - March 1995
Articulation/General Studies Committee - State of Alabama - 1996
Budget Review Committee, 1988-1995
Curriculum Committee - February 2003
Discipline Committee - August 2006
Faculty Advisory Council - 1986, 1987, 1997, 1999
Faculty Advisory Council -- 1994-1995
Graduate Council -- 1989-1990
Graduate Council -- 1991-1993
Graduate Council -- 1991-1993 [Limited Access]
Graduate Council -- 1993-1994
Honors Convocation [Committee] / Personal File - 1990
Honors Day Convocation Committee - 1991
Institutional Effectiveness Committee - 1989
NCATE -- 1992-1993
NCATE -- 1999
SACS -- 1988-1989
Student Affairs Committee -- 1987-1988
Student Recognition Committee -- 1990-1991, 1993
Vision Committee - Faculty Salaries -- 1999, 2006
Vision Committee - Faculty Salaries -- 2006
Series: Handbooks & Manuals
Adjunct Faculty Handbook - 1993
Faculty Handbook -- 1987, 1989
Faculty Handbook - Revised -- 1989
Faculty Handbook - Revised -- 1989
Faculty Handbook - Revised -- 1992
Faculty Handbook - Revised -- 1998
Staff (Classified/Professional) Handbook -- 2002
Student Advisement Manual - College of Arts & Sciences -- 1989
[Student Advisement Manual] - School of Education -- 1994
Series: General Correspondence/Miscellaneous
Memos - Advisement -- 1989, 1990, 1991
Memos - College of Arts & Sciences -- 1987-2003
Memos - General -- 1987-1991, 1994-1995, 1998, 2001
Newsletter - TSUD Alumni Affairs -- 1987-2001 [incomplete]
Newsletter - TSUD SACS Self-Study Update -- 1999-2000 [issues 3-7]
Newsletters - Various TSUD Departments -- 1991-2001 [incomplete]
NEWSLINE - The TSUD Student Newsletter -- Nov 1990-Fall 2001 [incomplete]
Newspaper Articles -- n.d.
Organizational Charts -- 1991-2002
Personnel Directories -- 1988-1990, 1998, 2000-2001, 2005
Student Publication - "Live Cacophony" -- 1988
Syllabi - Politics of Southeast Asia -- 2004
System Retreat - 2003
Troy State University - Integrated Marketing Communications Plan -- 2004
TSUD Strategic Planning -- 1996-1999