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Abstract This series spans the years from 1971 through 1982 and fills fourteen boxes. Included are evaluations, in computer printout format and compiled from questionnaires completed by KGSM students, of School courses and teachers. The evaluations are expressed mathematically, usually through a series of response totals to true and false choice questions and through averages to questions requiring ranked values.
Abstract This series fills nine and one-half boxes and spans the years from 1968 to 1982. Arranged in the first eight boxes of the series are computer printouts profiling members of the KGSM graduating classes from the period 1972-1982. Also included are printouts which collectively profile school classes according to the above-listed categories. Many categories of data, home state and undergraduate school for example, are expressed through numerical codes. The final two boxes of the series include...
Abstract This series includes both working papers and reprints produced by the Banking Research Center, which was established in 1969 by Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management and eleven Chicago-based banks to establish and maintain a dialogue between scholars and the banking community. Working papers are intermediate research products that are circulated to promote professional discussion and criticism. Also included are notes and correspondence relating to the working papers as well...
Abstract The Banking Research Center was established in 1969 by Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management and eleven Chicago-based banks to establish a dialogue between scholars and the banking community. The records in this series fill one box and are comprised of Bank Management cases produced by the Center.
Abstract The minutes of faculty meetings of the Kellog School of Management and its predecessors fill four boxes and four volumes, and span the years 1908-1977, with some gaps.
Abstract The Records of the Austin Scholarship Program are organized into three subseries: historical/biographical materials, administrative files, and student-related files. Most of the material was collected and saved by James Worthy and reflects his strong commitment to preserving and documenting the history of the scholarship.