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  • 1. Alpha Chapter A 75-Year History in Three Parts 1936-1961 Michael Bronner 1961-1986 Burt Kaliski 1986-2011 Bridget O’Connor
  • 2. ALPHA’S BIRTH: The Beginning of Delta Pi Epsilon
    • The what: An honorary graduate Business Education organization
    • The why: Recognition for scholarly activities in the field
    • The who: Graduate students in Business Education
    • The where: New York University
    • The when: 1936
  • 3. ALPHA’S EARLY LEADERS 1936- 1961
    • Paul S. Lomax -- 1924-1956
    • Herbert A. Tonne -- 1929-1966
    • Peter L. Agnew -- 1931-1969
    • Helen Reynolds -- 1939-1962
  • 4. ALPHA’S FIRST STEPS
    • Charter members: 106, with Paul S. Lomax, advisor
    • Chapter leadership: Adolph B. Scholl, first president
    • Events: meetings, conferences, lunches, & dinners
    • Recognition: NY State office charter and UBEA
        • (United Business Education Association)
  • 5. THE FIRST 25 YEARS: The Top 10
    • 10 The Alpha Award for best articles and books
    • 9 First tri-chapter meeting—a multi-chapter gathering
    • 8 National recognitions
    • 7 National research awardees
    • 6 National officers
    • 5 First DPE meeting at UBEA
    • 4 First DPE Journal
    • 3 First national conference
    • 2 Visibility of graduate business education nationally
    • 1 Beginning of national organization of business education leaders
  • 6. ALPHA’S LEADERS: 1961 - 1986
    • Karen R. Gillespie – 1966 - 1975
    • Michael Bronner – 1970 - 2007
    • Padmakar M. Sapre – 1972 - 1988
    • Bridget N. O’Connor – 1984 - present
    12/13/11 Alpha DPE History - 1936 - 2011
  • 7. THE SECOND 25 YEARS: The Top 10
    • 10 New facilities
    • 9 Publication of doctoral abstracts
    • 8 Summer Programs—conference, picnic, courses
    • 7 Alpha in Puerto Rico
    • 6 Agnew lectures
    • 5 National recognitions
    • 4 National research awardees
    • 3 National officers
    • 2 Golden Anniversary , World Trade Center - 1986
    • 1 National leadership
    12/13/11 Alpha DPE History - 1936 - 2011
  • 8. THE THIRD 25 YEARS—AND BEYOND: The Top 10
    • 10 60 th anniversary celebration, NYU Bobst Library - 1996
    • 9 Doctoral Service Days
    • 8 Alumni and faculty scholarships (Lomax, Agnew, Tonne, Reynolds, Gillespie, Sahora, Frosch, Rubin, and Bronner)
    • 7 Scholarly contributions of Alpha members
    • 6 Joint meetings with Alpha Xi, ASTD, AERA, and OSRA
    • 5 Scholarship and service awards
    • 4 Reorganization of program and doctoral curriculum
    • 3 Inter-University colloquia with Fordham and Columbia
    • 2 Leadership and professional contributions
    • 1 Future of Alpha: Focus on adult and workplace learning
    12/13/11 Alpha DPE History - 1936 - 2011
  • 9. Thank you!

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