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Abstract Richard Christian was co-founder of Burson-Marsteller, one of the most successful public relations companies in the world. He served as associate dean and professor of advertising at Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and as associate dean of administration and external relations at Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of Management. This collection fills 28 boxes and spans the years from 1951 through 1999. It contains biographical materials, professional files relating to Marsteller...
Abstract This series contains the records of John A. Barr, dean of the Graduate School of Management, 1963-1975. School administrative materials include: general correspondence, school committees, the Management Assistance Clinic, the Hospital and Health Services Administration program accreditation review, Northwestern's cofounding and development of the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (The Venezuelan Institute of Advanced Studies of Administration [IESA]), and miscellaneous subject...
Abstract The records in this series reflect the various activities of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management Alumni Association's Administrative Board and some of its committees. They include: by-laws (1952; 1969; 1975), minutes (1952-1969), internal correspondence and correspondence between the Board and members of the Association (1952-1977), financial reports and matters relating to the fund drive campaigns (1969-1977). Also included in the series are membership lists of the Administrative Boards,...
Abstract This series fills two boxes and spans the years 1957-1985, with the bulk of the material from 1970-1979. The records are organized into two categories: Doctoral Office records and Reports. The Doctoral Office records typically consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, rosters of students enrolled in the program, Ph.D. recipient lists, and statistical information on the students and the department. Reports were generally compiled by administrators of the doctoral program, with the exception of...
Abstract The office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs was created to oversee directly and strengthen the quality of instruction administered by the faculty of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management. KGSM Dean Donald P. Jacobs proposed that the office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs be held for a two-year term on a rotation basis. These records fill twenty-three boxes, and span the years 1965 to 1985. The bulk of the records reflect the two-year rotation schedule established in...
Abstract This series consists of records of the Office of Administrative Affairs of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management. It is arranged in seventeen categories including Advisory Council; Financial; Outgoing Correspondence; Programs; Admissions; Fund Raising; Allen Center; Financial Aid; Fellowships; Prospective Minority Fellowship Sponsors; Minority Funders; Affiliate Program; Affiliate Members; Conferences and Seminars; Placement; Alumni; and Planning.
Kellogg Graduate School Of Management Records of the Assistant Dean and Director of the Masters Program, Frank T. Hartzfeld
Abstract This series consists primarily of the administrative records of Frank T. Hartzfeld, Assistant Dean and Director of the School of Commerce's Masters Program. The records document the substantial changes in the School that occurred during Hartzfeld's tenure, during which the School's programs consolidated on the Evanston campus. The records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, notes, surveys, lists of students, and printed material. They pertain mainly to Hartzfeld's...
Kellogg Graduate School Of Management Records of the Associate Dean For Academic Affairs, Ralph Westfall
Abstract This series consists of the administrative records of Ralph Westfall, School of Commerce professor of marketing, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and later Dean of the College of Business Administration of the University of Illinois-Chicago Circle. The records primarily document the later portion of Westfall's administrative position at Northwestern, 1969-1974. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, grant applications and proposals, notes, and materials on conferences, committees, and the...