Edward Pennell Brooks

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Edward Pennell Brooks (1896–1991), aka E.P. Brooks, was the founding Dean (from 1951-1959) of the MIT Sloan School of Management.[1]

Prior to his tenure, the Sloan School was known was the MIT Department of Business and Engineering. After a gift from MIT alumnus and GM Chairman Alfred P. Sloan, the school was renamed in his honor.

Brooks received his S.B. in business and engineering administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1917.

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  1. ^ "Edward P. Brooks, 95, M.I.T. Dean Emeritus". The New York Times. February 27, 1991. Retrieved December 29, 2010.