Florida State University Council of Deans minutes, 1949-1990 (inclusive) (bulk 1950-1973).
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The Council of Deans, formerly the Council of Academic Deans, considers matters of mutual interest to all the deans and advises the Vice President as he seeks to determine long-term educational plans and general criteria and standards for the acquisition and deployment of University resources in the academic area. It acts upon academic matters in accordance with administrative policies determined by the President and the Executive Council; assists the President in preparing the budget and formul...
Thirteenth Governor of Florida, lawyer. Fuller Warren was born in Blountstown, Florida, on October 3, 1905. He developed an early interest in politics, running for a page in the State Legislature at the age of 13. He attended the University of Florida. While still a student, he was elected to the House of Representatives from Calhoun County, Florida, at the age of 21. He received his law degree from Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee, in 1929, and was admitted t...
The Florida State College for Women (FSCW) Artist Series began in 1923. Dean Ella Opperman was the first person in charge of organizing the series. The series was intended to bring renowned artists to FSCW. After FSCW became Florida State University (FSU), the FSU School of Music managed the series. However, in 1974 the FSU Artist Series Committee assumed control. Because of financial difficulties in the early 1990s, the Artist Series was briefly discontinued. The series was then entitled the "C...
University administrator. Augustus B. Turnbull III was born in Georgia, 1940. He graduated from the University of Georgia and received his Ph. D. in Government from the University of Virginia. He came to Florida State University in 1971, as Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs. He played key roles in the development of FSU's Public Administration Department, the National High Magnetic Laboratory, the FAMU-FSU Engineering School, and the School of Mation Picture, ...
Robert Manning Strozier was born July 20, 1906, in McRae, Georgia. He received his Bachelor's and Mater's degrees from Emory University. In 1930, he began teaching French at the Georgia College for Men at Tifton, and later served on the faculties of West Georgia College and the University of Georgia. He received his Ph. D. from University of Chicago in 1945. While in Chicago, he met and married Margaret Burnett in 1937. Strozier became president of Florida State Universi...
President, Florida State University. Doak Sheridan Campbell, third president of the Florida State College for Women (1941-1957), was born near Waldron, Arkansas, on November 16, 1888. He attended public school in Arkansas, after which he obtained his teaching license. He taught for one year, then went to Ouachita College at Arkadelphia, Arkansas, where he graduated with a teaching degree in 1911, emphasizing music and speech. He then became superintendent of school at Co...
Roscoe Ralph (Ross) Oglesby was a professor at Florida State University and served as Dean of Students in the 1950's; The Oglesby Student Union on the FSU campus is named for him as well as the Ross Oglesby Award, which is given to a faculty or staff member of FSU who has provided distinguished service to students. From the description of Roscoe Ralph Oglesby Collection, 1924-1945. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 40346862 ...
Educator. Born in Perry, Florida; attended the University of Florida, Gainesville. Principal, P.K. Yonge Laboratory School, Gainesville, 1935-1938; supervising principal in Leesburg and Tallahassee, 1940-1944; Dean of Students, Florida State University, 1947-1954; Executive Director, Florida Board of Control/Chancellor, State University System of Florida, 1954-1968. From the guide to the J. Broward Culpepper Papers, 1941-1968, (Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers...