Professor of Public History and Museum Studies
Direct Line: 423-636-7300 ext. 5348
Campus Phone: Ext. 5348
Campus Mail: P.O. Box 5015
Office: Old College
Department: College of Civic & Liberal Arts
Campus or Site Location: Greeneville
Peter Noll, professor of public history and museum studies, joined the Tusculum faculty in 2011. Dr. Noll completed his Ph.D. in agricultural history and rural studies at Iowa State University in 2011 and a Master of Arts in historical administration from Eastern Illinois University in 2003. He brings over 10 years of experience in public history and the museum field, having worked at historical sites, museums, and archives in Maine, Illinois, and Iowa. Dr. Noll teaches the courses in Museum Studies and American History. You can contact Dr. Noll at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Noll has extensively expanded the number of events at the Doak House Museum in the last few years and added new crops on that land. He has also played a key role in creating trails in the wooded areas adjacent to the Doak House that provide an excellent recreational venue for Tusculum family members and the community. Outside the classroom, Dr. Noll serves on the Board of Trustees for Rocky Mount State Historic Site in Piney Flats, Tennessee, and previously served on the board of directors for the Dickson-Williams Mansion in Greeneville, Tennessee.
- Ph.D. Agricultural History and Rural Studies, Iowa State University
- M.A. Historical Administration, Eastern Illinois University
- B.A. History, North Central College