University Archives acquires two new collections from the Stanford Graduate School of Business

GSB in China, 2002

The Stanford University Archives is pleased to announce that it has recently acquired, and made available, two collections from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Records (SC1266)

Founded in 1925, The Stanford Graduate School of Business was formed in order to establish a West Coast alternative to the business schools of the East Coast.

The collection is 92.5 linear feet, and consists of documents and publications produced by the Graduate School of Business (GSB), for internal and external audiences, such as: program publicity materials, orientation materials, newsletters, student newspapers, annual reports, and yearbooks. Also included are curriculum program planning documents such as course and seminar files, and faculty manuals and reports. Files related to specialized GSB programs such as the Public Management Program (PMP), the Executive Education program, and the Global Management Program (GMP) Study Trips are also included. Also found are documents related to GSB space planning, and the planning and construction of the Knight Management Center.

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Arjay Miller Papers (SC1267)

Arjay Miller was the fourth dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business (1969-1979). Miller led Stanford Graduate School of Business into the top ranks of management education institutions, expanded its endowment, and created the often-copied Public Management Program.

"Trader's Pit." GSB course material.

The collection is 9 linear feet, and the materials consist of 
correspondence, professional files, and subject files created by Arjay Miller during his tenure as Dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB). Also included are clippings about Miller and miscellaneous GSB publications.

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