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.[citation needed]

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


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