College of Engineering Summer Management Course Papers and Reference Material Collection
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Acquisition and Processing Information: The collection was transferred to the University Archives from the University Libraries' circulating collection on January 5, 2011, as Accession 2011-03.
Photographs: Photographs of course participants and presenters are included in some of the volumes.
Scope and Contents
The collection contains papers and reference material associated with the College of Engineering's summer management courses. Volumes are identified by year of course offering and are arranged chronologically. Volumes include brochures; registration, lecture and event schedules; lecture notes; bulletins; photographs of participants and presenters; and reference materials.
Each course addressed a variety of topics, including motion and time studies, personnel management, work simplification, maximizing profits, and setting wages for employees. The course was not given in 1949.
The State University of Iowa College of Engineering has offered summer management courses as continuing education for those engaged in business and industry. The collection documents a 22-year period of such course offerings. Courses were generally offered for a two or three-week period. From 1939 to 1948 the course was arranged by R.M. Barnes, and from 1950 to 1960 it was arranged by J.W. Deegan.
Motion picture films pertaining to motion and time studies and other engineering-related topics; unprocessed (RG 30.05.01)
Box Contents List
1939 – 1943
1944 – 1946
1946 – 1948; 1950
1951 – 1953
Box 5:1954 - 1960