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In this excerpt from Teresa Green, a Dr. John Matthews is mentioned.
Anyone know if it's the same John Mathews on the DELTA alumni roster;
could there be 2? If it is one and the same, what role (if any) did he
play... I'll try to find him if he had a role of some sort, but it
seems this is the only place he's mentioned.
Then the Provost asked me to write him a report on what DELTA was
& my role in it. There were several meetings with the Provost & Dept.
which I was asked to attend. Suddenly, DELTA MUST change! But why? I
my friend, the Dean of Education, & he said that Dave & I had been too
successful, we had started a "turf war" for which outcomes were totally
unpredictable. Everyone had to "tighten their belts". He explained
University was a clearly defined organization whereby Faculty had
status & that each department had a mission statement which was
reviewed & had
to be approved by the appropriate committees. EE had to "tighten its
rewrite DELTA accordingly, which meant no computer "service" to the
Because DSAA had no place in the University organization chart, I had
place. I could no longer go to faculty to discuss educational computer
However, the Col. of Ed had anticipated this, discussed it & wanted
me) to come there. They were writing a proposal for this. It was to
the new Occupational Education Dept, of which Dr. John Matthews was
should go talk with John. I did so. I had known & been very pleased
formation of that department. The state needed it. Maybe there was