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Also in 1910:
Four donors contribute $850 to create a student loan fund
"May Prizes," recognizing top two theses, are funded and awarded
57 business practitioners make presentations in various HBS courses
Boston's Society of Printers gives $7,000 to support a course in printing techniques
Corporation votes to establish an HBS "Administrative Board"
Courses offered in Economic Resources of Eastern Asia and Australasia (1908-09) and Foreign Exchange (1908-13)
Gay calls research "at once the opportunity and the duty of a graduate school such as ours."
HBS's "Dept. of Public Business" is transferred to Harvard's new "Dept. of Government"
Paul Cherington does research in Panama, Costa Rica, and Guatemala
Payson Treat, visiting from Stanford, offers "Economic Resources of Eastern Asia and Australasia"
Printing industry advisory committee established
Room in Lawrence Hall refurbished and set aside for an HBS library
Selden O. Martin embarks on 26,000-mile South American research trip
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Eight students receive first "MBA" degrees awarded by Harvard. The MBA is the first degree conferred in English, rather than Latin.
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