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Record Group: 7 C
Record Sub-Group: 7
Records Title: UMC; College of Business and Public Administration; Printed and Duplicated Materials
Volume: 4 and 5/6 cubic feet, 6.04 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains a sampling of printed and duplicated items produced by the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Business and Public Administration.
Series 1. - C:7/00/1 (A92-11; A02-28)
This Series holds three printed alumni directories, compiled and published in 1986, 1989, and 1994 by UMC College of Business and Public Administration. The directories contain a biographical section (alumni alphabetical listing), geographical index (alumni listing by city of residence), and class year index (all alumni listed by year of most recent degree, 1919-1986, 1989, or 1994). The 1989 and 1994 directories contains an industry or occupational index (alumni listed alphabetically by specific industry or occupational classification and company name).
(1/6 c.f., Ellis)
Series 2. - C:7/20/1
This Series contains copies of catalogs and bulletins generated by the UMC College of Business and Public Administration from 1914 to the present. The publications in this Series offer general information concerning the College's course offerings, admission requirements, and degree programs. Included are copies of the bulletin, Announcement of the School of Commerce, 1914-1915, and issues of Partners, a bulletin listing the names of donors to the College of Business and Public Administration, (1994-1997).
(1 1/6 c.f.: 1/6 c.f., Ellis; 1 c.f., Ellis)
Series 3. - C:7/21/1
This Series contains data processing guidelines for Department of Management faculty and students, a Public Affairs Information Service (P.A.I.S.) Small Place Summary Report on Ash Grove, Missouri, and a sampling of P.A.I.S. newsletters: PAIS, Missouri Economic Indicators, and National Economic Indicators (ca. 1974-2002).
(1/6 c.f., Ellis)
Series 4. - C:7/22/1
This Series contains the published findings of a state-wide study of Missouri's economic development conducted by the UMC Research Center, members of the faculty of UMC's College of Business and Public Administration, and representatives of fifty prominent Missouri business firms. These findings were initially published in increments, from 1964 to 1968.
(1/3 c.f., UMLD1)
Note to Researcher: For more on this topic, see Folder 138 of Box 3 and Folders 10-12 of Box 9 in Record Group 7 C, Sub-Group 2, Series 1.
Series 5. - C:7/22/2 (A83-64; A02-173; Special Collections Vertical File)
This Series contains publications of the UMC Research Center, (1962-1972, 1981-1982). Included in the Series are Annual Reports, (1967-1970), a 1965 brochure of the Public Opinion Survey Unit (POSU), and news releases relating to Missouri Poll survey findings. (Missouri Poll, a project of the POSU, was a bi-weekly survey series on political, social and economic topics.) Other Research Center reports in this Series include: Manufacturing in Missouri, 1963, Potential for Establishment of an Electrical Components Industry in Missouri, (1967), Effects of Legislative Reapportionment in Missouri, (1971), An Assessment-Sales Ratio Study for 55 Missouri Counties, (1967), Outdoor Recreation and Leisure, (1969), Research and Regions, (1966), The Management of Scientific Research, (1971), Forecasting Techniques for Determining the Potential Demand for Highways, (1966), Risk Aversion and Bidding Theory, (n.d.), Theory and Economic Analysis for Business Management, (1965), and Survey of Columbia Residents Attitudes Toward Cable Television, (1972). Also included in this collection are issues, (1961-1970), of Business and Government Review, a bi-monthly publication of the Research Center.
(1 c.f., UMLD1)
Note to Researcher: For more information about Industrial Development Studies, ask University Archives staff about collection UW:4/72/2.
Series 6. - C:7/00/2 (various sources; A14-34)
This Series contains printed and duplicated materials produced by or for the College of Business and Public Administration, (1947-). It consists of newsletters, brochures and flyers about degree programs, scholarships, development activities, career information and events for the College and for the Departments of Accountancy, Business Administration, Public Administration, and Finance, Management and Marketing. Also included are event programs for Business/B&PA Week, and information on various B&PA-administered programs. Titles in this Series include The Soviet Economy in Theory and Practice, (1964), Financing Missouri's Road Needs, (1960), Proceedings of the Industrial Management Conference, (1947-1950, 1952), and A Proposal to Establish a Commercialization Center in the College of Business and Public Administration..., (n.d.). Also included in Series 6 is a copy of "Investor Protection under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Law" by Richard M. Orin, inscribed by the author, (2014).
(2 c.f., 009552, 009586, Electronic Records)
Note to Researcher: This Series includes printed and duplicated material from the Department of Political Science and the Department of Sociology prior to their transfer to the College of Arts and Science in 1975.
Note to Archivist: The box lists for this Series are available online. They can be accessed by following this link.
Series 7. - C:7/00/3 (A23-74)
This Series contains printed and duplicated material created and received by the College of Business and Public Administation and its successor units, (1983-2016). The records pertain to the College's graduation events and include programs and speeches, along with a photograph and a newspaper clipping.
(1/6 c.f., UMLD1)
Note to Researcher: Additional convocation and commencement programs for the College can be found in C:7/00/2 and C:0/18/1.
Note to Archivist: The box list for this Series is available online. It can be accessed by following this link.
Restrictions Note: The Archives of the University of Missouri-Columbia is required by law and Board of Curator's policy to restrict access to some files and information. Student records are held as confidential under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and by University policy. Faculty promotion and tenure records and Academic Personnel files are restricted for 75 years, or the lifetime of the individual. All grievance, disciplinary, and medical records are treated as confidential files. Consultations with legal counsel, both in-house and external, are protected by the attorney/client privilege and will not be released.
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