Nebraska Authors

Irol W. Balsley

Born 1912-08-22 Venus, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Ohio
Louisana
Tennesse
Texas
Michigan
Utah

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Business

Education

Wayne State College, B.A., 1933
University of Tennesse, M.S., 1940
Indiana University, Ed.D., 1952

Occupation

High School Teacher
Editorial Assistant in Publishing
Assistant Professor in Business Ed.
Lecturer
Visiting Professor

Places Worked

South Western Publishing Co., Ohio
Tennesse Valley Authority
Indiana University
University of Utah
Russell Sage College
Louisana Polytechnic Institute
Texas Tech University
Michigan State University

Associations

National Collegiate Association for Secretaries (president, 1962-66)
National Business Education Association (vice-president, 1965-67 president, 1967-69)

Bibliography

Shorthand Transcription Studies, 4th Ed. 1968. (with S.J. Wanous)
Intergrated Secretarial Studies. 1964. (with Jerry W. Robinson)
Current Transcription Studies. 1964.
Homestyle Baking. 1973.

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