Susann G. Doody. Papers, 1985-1999
Archives Record Series13/06/23. 1.5 linear feet.
Susann G. Doody joined the UNI faculty in 1977 and served in several capacities until her retirement in 2000. Professor Doody was a pioneer on campus in the area of leadership and equity for women.
Susann Doody's papers consist primarily of committee files and secondary material relating to equity and leadership for women in higher education. There is an especially strong file on the College of Education's Commission on the Status of Women. In addition, there is a good file from the Student Outcomes Assessment Committee. There is also a strong file of material relating to Interpretive Structural Modeling (ISM), a decision technique promoted by Professor Robert James Waller.
Professor Doody donated this material to Rod Library Special Collections at the time of her retirement in 2000.
Files relating to the College of Education's Commission on the Status of Women and the Student Outcomes Assessment Committee
Files relating to a 1998-1999 tenure and promotion study; Interpretive Structural Modeling (ISM) workshop and seminar; women in athletics; and women and leadership
Files relating to a grant for Strategies for Preparing Women for Higher Education Administration; Professor Doody's AAHPERD presentation, April 1990; Way Up IX Planning Committee; miscellaneous correspondence and reports.
Material processed and finding aid prepared by Gerald L. Peterson in August 2000. Last updated by Library Associate Dave Hoing, April 2017.