College of Business Administration alumni survey and student report, 2001-2008
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Brief Description:

The college alumni survey report from 2001 includes information related to curriculum evaluation for the College of Business Administration.  Richard Ott chaired the assessment committee, with Stan Elsea, Bruce Prince, Bonnie Van Ness, and Richard J. Fogg as other committee members.  The report includes survey design information, a sample questionnaire, and responses to the questions.

The Business Management 421 final project report is an operational review of Manhattan's Tallgrass Brewing Company done in 2008 by Amy Bice, Nick Doll, Nick Edwards, and Anthony Pfeifer.

Held at:
Morse Department of Special Collections
Email: libsc [at]
Created by: College of Business Administration
Volume: 0.25 Linear Feet
Acquired: 06/09/2011.
Arrangement: The items are arranged chronologically.
Biographical Note for College of Business Administration : The Kansas State University College of Business Administration is an accredited institution with a graduate school that offers an MBA, an MAcc, an executive MBA program, and three different graduate certificate programs in leadership, business administration, and animal health management.  The college was founded in 1962 as the College of Commerce.  Previously, it had been operated as a department within the College of Arts and Sciences since 1954.  The name was changed to the College of Business Administration in 1966.  The college operated as one department, with all faculty reporting directly to the dean until 1979.  At that point, the departments of accounting, finance, management, and marketing were created.  The deans of the college include C. Clyde Jones (1962-1967), Robert A. Lynn (1968-1984), Randolph A. Phlman (1984-1990), Daniel G. Short (1992-1995), and Yar M. Ebadi (1995-Present).
Subject Index
Kansas life and culture
Kansas State University history
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
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Acquisition Notes: Brian Niehoff  Given to the library with other books.
PreferredCitation: [Item title], [item date], College of Business Administration alumni survey and student report, Box [number], Folder [number or title], Morse Department of Special Collections, Hale Library, Kansas State University.