Transformational Education > A new way of teaching
Charles M. "Charlie" Williams names faculty in the '20s and '30s who made an impression on him as an MBA student
I think I would single out McNair, despite his gruffness. And Stan Teele, who was earnest, but locked in to his class, as he did to his faculty later, and felt that you were the most important thing he had to do when he had a conference with you. George Albert Smith, I liked his humor very much. And somewhat unusual professor named J. Franklin Ebersole, who taught a banking course. And Ebersole was very much a case man. In fact, drove it to its ultimate, and too far, I thought, because he could challenge anything, but we never put much in its place. So it was a little bit you kept wondering, "What am I learning? I can challenge everything, but what do I build on?" But nevertheless he had such a keen mind I enjoyed it.