We did it our way: the University of Georgia College of Business Administration

We did it our way: the University of Georgia College of Business Administration

Descriptive Summary

Repository: University of Georgia Archives
Creator: Smith, Howard R.
Title: We did it our way: the University of Georgia College of Business Administration
Dates: 1984
Quantity: 0.5 Linear feet
Coll. Number: UA05-011

Biographical/Historical Note

The UGA College of Business Administration was the first state-chartered business school in the South and, over the years, has conferred more than 65,000 degrees. In 1991 the College was renamed in honor of alumnus Herman Terry and his wife, Mary Virginia. The history of the College of Business Administration, We did it our way... was written in 1984 by Dr. Howard "Ted" Smith in anticipation of UGA's 1985 Bicentennial. Dr. Smith was a professor of management in the UGA College of Business Administration from 1946 to 1983.


Scope and Content Note

Manuscript detailing the history of the UGA College of Business Administration, written by Dr. Howard R. Smith in 1984.


Index Terms

Manuscripts (document genre)
Universities and colleges--Faculty.
Universities and colleges--Georgia--Administration.
University of Georgia. -- History
University of Georgia. College of Business Administration.

General Notes

RG 2-11


Administrative Information

Preferred citation note

We did it our way: the University of Georgia College of Business Administration, UA05-011, University Archives, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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1 We Did It Our Way: The University of Georgia College of Business Administration A history of the program by Dr. Howard R. Smith, 1984