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Interview of Martha Garland by Raimund E. Goerler

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Title: Interview of Martha Garland by Raimund E. Goerler
Creators: Garland, Martha
Contributors: Goerler, Raimund E. (Raimund Erhard), 1948-
Keywords: First Year Experience Program
Honors Program
selective admissions
University College
Department of History
Student Advocacy Center
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Ohio State University Archives
Series/Report no.: Ohio State University. University Archives Oral History Program. Ohio State University Oral History Project
Abstract: Martha Garland describes her academic career at the university. After completing her bachelor’s degree in history at Tulane University, and her master’s degree at Cornell University, Garland first came to OSU as a doctoral candidate in 1971. Since then she has been a teaching adviser, an academic advisor, a Professor in the Department of History, a member of the University Senate, Associate Director of Continuing Education, co-chair on the Committee of the Undergraduate Experience and Vice President of Academic Affairs. Garland also discusses many of the changes and challenges the university has undergone in the past forty years: the change from open to selective admissions; the end of University College; the start of the First Year Experience Program; the founding of the Honors and Scholars programs; the preservation of the Land Grant "mission" of the university; the diversification of the student population; the switch to semesters, the establishment of the Student Advocacy Center, and the multiple attempts to restructure the College of the Arts and Sciences.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/49997
Other Identifiers: SPEC.RG: 40/301
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