Education: Business Humanist

The Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration today is a monument to 23 successful years' direction by Dean Wallace Brett Donham. It can count a faculty to match its impressive buildings, a business library second to none, an enrollment of over 1,000 U.S. businessmen-to-be. Most other business schools, including the famed London School of Economics, have patterned themselves on Dean Donham's model.

In his 23 years there, Dean Donham has seen and made many changes. In 1919 Harvard's Graduate School of Business consisted of 19 students (some under-graduate), a bookkeepers' curriculum, no...

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