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Guide to the San José State University School of Business Records
MSS-2010-03-03  
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School of Business Records

 

Series I:  School of Business Programs and Projects 1956-1976 (bulk 1964-1974)

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series documents various projects and programs of the School of Business, including the Executive in Residence Program, the Visiting Scholar Program, the Distinguished Scholar in Residence, the Distinguished Businessman Seminar Series, and the J.C. Penny Project which was a cooperative project with the School of Business, as well as conference publications, department meeting minutes, and promotional materials.

Arrangement

This series is arranged by subject.
Box 1

Visiting Scholar Program, J.C Penny Project, Department Communications 1964-1975

Box 2

Promotional Materials, Conference Proceedings 1956-1976

 

Series II: Faculty Articles 1952-1966 (bulk 1956-1964)

Physical Description: 1 box

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains copies of article-length faculty publications from journals and other publications. Written by various School of Business faculty members, article topics include "Integrating Clerical Skills, Knowledge and Attitudes," "Accounting for the Layman," "Group Dynamic in the College Business Class," "Electronics and Office Management," "Culling Research," and "The Employee and the Patent."

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by author's surname.
Aberle, John W.
Beckett, Alvin C.
Blockhus, Wanda
Butler, Carl L.
Coffin, Kenneth B.
Dale, Richard S.
Fischl, Lois J.
Halverson, George C.
Hay, Leon R.
Holland, Jack
Laurie, Edward J.
Lee, Leon
Loewer, Robert A.
Maier, Thomas B.
Maxwell, Gerald W.
Norwood, B.J. Scott
Porter, Albert
Sielaff, T.J.
Thompson, James M.
Wade, James E.
Weddell, Bernard L.
Zidnak, Pete