Yale University. School of Management
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The materials, compiled by Steven Bergman, consist of unorganized reports, publications, newspapers, clippings, and photographs documenting the history of the School of Management. The controversy surrounding the appointment of Michael E. Levine as dean of the school in 1988 is particularly well documented.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, and itineraries which document the professional activities of Robert B. Fetter, especially throughout the 1980s. Many of the materials relate to Fetter's expertise in the field of health care management, and particularly to his innovations and work concerning Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs). The papers include some files pertaining to Fetter's responsibilities within the Yale University School of Organization and Management.
The records consist of administrative files, grade reports, admission files, a survey, registrar notebooks, financial aid records, and committee files documenting the establishment of and search for a dean of the Yale School of Organization and Management (known as the School of Management after 1995).
School of Management, Yale University, records of the associate dean for development and alumni relations
The records consist of administrative files maintained by the associate dean for development and alumni relations, School of Management, Yale University.
The materials consist of audiotapes documenting selected lectures and the "Conference on Foreign Direct Investment in Japan" at the Yale School of Management.
The records consist of student files maintained by the Yale School of Management (known as the School of Organization and Management prior to 1995).