Susan Jaye Punzel

Collection:
Women of Armstrong
Title:
Susan Jaye Punzel
Date of Original:
1960/1969
Subject:
Armstrong State College (Ga.)--Students
Women college students--Georgia--Savannah
Location:
United States, Georgia, Chatham County, Savannah, 32.0835407, -81.0998342
Medium:
Black-and-white photographs
Type:
StillImage
Format:
image/jpeg
Description:
Photographs and text from Women of Armstrong display (2007.) From Janet Stone's text: Susan Jaye Punzel was an Armstrong student of the 1960s, the generation of students who came to the new campus when the grounds were still raw and bare, newly scraped clean from the underbrush of the pine trees where Abercorn Extension came to an abrupt end at a wooden barrier at the corner of Science Drive. She and her classmates would be the first to graduate from Armstrong State College with baccalaureate degrees. For her, that degree would be in history. After Armstrong, she earned her Ph.D. in history and taught at Tift College until 1987. From 1987 to 2001 she taught at Central Michigan University, where she became department chair and then Associate Dean. In 2001 she moved to Florida to assume the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs at Florida State College.
Metadata URL:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/aasuarchives/4349304259/
Holding Institution:
Lane Library. Special Collections
Rights:
Inc.dark white interior blue type

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