[MOBTS-L] Sad News Regarding Professor George Strauss of the University of California-Berkeley

Brandon Taylor Charpied brandon at mobts.org
Thu Dec 31 21:33:05 MST 2020

MOBTS friends - please see the following note from Roy Lewicki.



Some of you may have been fortunate enough to know George Strauss. George
and Ray Miles, both at Berkeley, were early supporters of the founding of
OBTC and helped to host the first conference at the Claremont Hotel in
Berkeley.  Ray passed away last year. Both Ray and George were wonderful
mentors to many of us, and they will both be greatly missed!


-Roy Lewicki



Alan Meyer and Chuck Snow just contacted us with some sad news.  AOM Fellow
Professor George Strauss of the University of California-Berkeley, a pioneer
in the field of industrial relations  has died at the age of 97.  Professor
Strauss was a leading scholar of industrial relations and organizational
behavior and also served as editor of Industrial Relations, president of the
Industrial Relations Research Association, and Director of the Institute for
Research on Labor and Employment at UC-Berkeley.  The university has
published an obituary (see
ustrial-relations-pioneer-dies-at-97/).   George's passing is a loss to us


Best regards,


Don and Mia






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