The GSB Oral History Program, operating out of the Library, has been busy preserving the corporate memory of the School. Currently we are interviewing alumni on campus for this year’s class reunions, but in the past we have interviewed faculty, staff and students about their experiences at the GSB, as well as alumni. And not only about the past, but also about the present; a few years ago a whole clutch of interviews was done on the design and implementation of the New Curriculum, while it was fresh in the mind, with everyone ranging from Dean Saloner to faculty and staff members to students who took part in the planning process. Some of the faculty we’ve interviewed over the past few years include James Howell, Pitch Johnson, James March, Joanne Martin, James Porterfield, Michael Ray, Henry Rowen and James Van Horne – as well as former Deans Robert Jaedicke and Arjay Miller. We hope to document the SEED initiative as it unfolds in the coming months. So the work goes on. We have a History Group on OneGSB, for our GSB colleagues who are interested. Stay tuned for further news, as we move forward.