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Management educator

Stanley Charles Vance, American management educator.

Background

Vance, Stanley Charles was born on May 5, 1915 in Minersville, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Stanley and Margaret (Zelin) Vance.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Charles Seminary, 1937;Master of Arts, University Pennsylvania, 1944;Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, 1951.

Career

Instructor University Pennsylvania, 1945-1947. Assistant professor University Connecticut, 1947-1952. Professor University Massachusetts, 1952-1956.

Dean College Business Administration, Kent State University, 1956-1960. H.T. Miner professor business administration University Oregon, Eugene, 1960-1975, head department personnel and industrial management, 1963-1971. Also acting dean College Business Administration.

William B. Stokely professor management University Tennessee, Knoxville, from 1975. Member national council National Planning Association. Board directors, president Institute Administrative Research.

Membership

Fellow National Academy Management (dean of fellows, president Western division, editor Journal 1966-1970, newsletter, since 1971, president since 1975), International Academy Management (vice chancellor). Member American Institute of Management, Chamber of Commerce, American Society Personnel Administration, North America Simulation and Gaming Association (director), Association Business Simulation and Experimental Learning (president), North America Simulation and Gaming Association (governor), Directors Council Corporation Boards, National Association Corporation Directors, North America Management Council (president), Rotary.

Connections

Married Regina Dober, March 4, 1946.

father:
Stanley Vance

mother:
Margaret (Zelin) Vance

spouse:
Regina Dober