News & Updates
The Fall 2017 Southern AIR is now available.

The Summer 2017 Southern AIR is now available.

Now accepting proposals for the SAIR 2017 conference in Fort Worth, TX.

Now accepting Nominations for the SAIR Board of Directors and Nominating Committee.

The Winter 2017 Southern AIR is now available.

Secretaries

Below is a list of past SAIR Secretaries, the years they served as Secretary, and their institution at the time.

  • 1976-77: Glynton Smith (Secretary/Treasurer)
  • 1977-80: E. Michael Staman (Secretary/Treasurer)
  • 1980-81: Denise Strenglein (Secretary/Treasurer)
  • 1981-84: Charles H. Bryson
  • 1984-87: Maryann Ruddock
  • 1987-90: Carol Kayla, West Virginia University
  • 1990-91: Marilyn Brown
  • 1991-92: Verna Dewees
  • 1992-94: Joe Marks, Southern Regional Education Board
  • 1994-96: Harriet Calhoun, Jefferson State Community College
  • 1996-98: Deborah Barshafsky
  • 1998-00: Myrtes Green
  • 2000-02: Christine Mee, Coastal Carolina University
  • 2002-04: Teresa Hall, University of Alabama – Birmingham
  • 2004-06: Julie Fulghum, Mississippi State University
  • 2006-08: Cathy Tanner, Bishop State Community College
  • 2008-10: Kathleen Morley, Baylor University
  • 2010-12: Sara Gravitt, Wake Forest University
  • 2012-14: Lisa Lord, University of Louisiana – Lafayette
  • 2014-16: Nancy Floyd, North Carolina State University
  • 2016-18: Jayne Perkins Brown, Georgia Southern University
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The Southern Association for Institutional Research (SAIR) is dedicated to the advancement of research leading to improved understanding, planning, and operation of institutions of post-secondary education. SAIR provides a forum for the dissemination of information and interchange of ideas on problems of common interest in the field of institutional research. In addition, SAIR promotes the continued professional development of individuals engaging in institutional research and fosters the unity and cooperation among persons having interests and activities related to research.