Guide to the Frederick Joerg Papers, 1942-1967
Frederick Joerg joined Duke University in 1948 as an assistant professor of Economics. He later became a professor of Business Administration and Forest Management, and he worked in university administration as the Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Assistant Provost for Academic Administration starting in the 1960s. Joerg retired in 1983. Material includes lecture notes, papers concerning the Southeastern Personnel Conference, and papers related to Joerg's administrative duties at Duke.
- Record Group
- Frederick Joerg papers
- circa 1942-1967
- Joerg, Frederick
- 3 Linear Feet, 2000 Items
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
- Material in English
Material includes lecture notes, papers concerning the Southeastern Personnel Conference, and papers related to Joerg's administrative duties at Duke.
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Frederick Joerg joined Duke University in 1948 as an assistant professor of Economics; he retired in 1983. During his time at Duke Joerg taught as a professor of economics, business administration and forest management. Additionally he served as assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and as assistant provost for Academic Administration. Joerg passed away in 1983.
Received Bachelor's Degree from Fordham University
Worked and Taught at the Army Finance School
Received Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University
Becomes Assistant Professor of Economics at Duke University
Awarded a Fulbright Grant to Lecture and Study in Finland for the 1959-1960 Academic Year
Becomes Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
Becomes Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs
Retires from Duke University to Live in New Hampshire
[Identification of item], Frederick Joerg Papers, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.
The Frederick Joerg Papers were received by the University Archives as a transfer in 1979.
Processed by Kimberly Sims, February 2007
Encoded by Molly Bragg, April 2011
Accession A79-105 is described in this finding aid.