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Business education

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Alonzo Beryl May Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M087
Overview Alonzo Beryl May (1906-1968) served as professor of economics in the University of Denver College of Business Administration from 1936 to 1968. May also served as chair of the Department of Economics and the Division of Social Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as chair of the Division of Economics and Statistics in the College of Business Administration. He was Coordinator of the Department of Transportation and Head of the Division of Administrative Environment in the...

Carl V. Rutledge Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M457
Overview This collection contains a notebook of personal notes, likely from a series of lectures, from the University of Denver School of Commerce (now Daniels College of Business). The dates on the collection are based on the dates found in the pages of the notebook.

Daniels College of Business Records

 Collection
Identifier: U011
Overview Collection contains correspondence, bulletins, publications, photographs, slides, contact sheets, clippings and other documents relating to media marketing , and communications for the Daniels College of Business.

Department of Risk Management Records

 Collection
Identifier: U327
Overview This collection contains notes, correspondence, memos, and other papers related to the work of the University of Denver's department of Risk Management.

Weekend College Records

 Collection
Identifier: U107
Overview The Weekend College was a branch of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado that provided an opportunity for women to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree by attending classes on weekends. The College was established in 1982 when Colorado Women's College merged with the University of Denver. The Weekend College changed its name to the University of Denver Women's College in 1993. Records include correspondence, faculty lists, directories, brochures, advertisements, course...