|ARCHIVES 5/15||Inventory available online -- See links in "Arrangement"|
|AUTHOR :||Dunagan, Nick|
|TITLE :||Office of the Office of the Chancellor : Nick Dunagan|
|SIZE :||1 box; 10 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 5|
|ARRANGEMENT :|| Records containing student
information are not available for use.
Inventory available online.
|HISTORY NOTE :||
Dr. Nick Dunagan was named
Chancellor of the University of Tennessee at Martin by the UT Board
of Trustees in April, 2001. Dunagan began his work at UT Martin in
1973 as director of development. His most recent job assignments included
executive vice chancellor, vice chancellor for student affairs, and
vice chancellor for development and administration. He has also served
as interim chancellor three time (1985-86, 1997-98, 2000-01), and
he currently serves as executive director of WestStar, the university's
regional leadership program for West Tennessee. He is a member of
the Martin Economic Development Council, the Seven-State Delta Regional
Leadership Commission, and two national committees addressing student
issues for the American
Association of State Colleges and Universities. A native of Caruthersville, Missouri, Dunagan is a 1968 UT Martin graduate, a 1971 graduate of the University of Missouri School of Law, and received a doctorate in higher education administration in 1990 from Vanderbilt University . He is a retired colonel in the Tennessee Army National Guard and is an active member in the Martin First United Methodist Church. He is married to the former Cathy Porter, a UT Martin graduate from Humboldt, Tennessee, and they have four children. The oldest son, Stan, and his wife, Stephanie, are both UT Martin graduates and live in Paris, Tennessee. Tracy Dunagan Vander Meeden, and her husband, Brett, are also UT Martin graduates who live in Nashville. Tracy and Brett have one daughter, Abby Sara, who is the Dunagan's first grandchild. The middle son, Casey, is an International Field Engineer working in Angola, Africa; and the youngest son, Cody, graduated from UT Martin in May 2002, and lives and works in Memphis.
|SUBJECT :||Dunagan, Nick
University of Tennessee at Martin -- History --
Martin (Tenn.) -- History.
Universities and colleges -- Tennessee -- Martin.
Education, Higher -- Tennessee.