Brandriss, Marion K.

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Brandriss, Marion K.

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Marion Brandriss originally taught English at the Central High School of Needle Trades after graduating from Cornell University. In 1944, she was asked to move to the Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, N.Y.) to help create the foundation of the school. She and Rosalind Snyder developed the Business Management Curriculum. At first, Brandriss was the Director of Admissions, then took over the position of Director of Admissions and Student Personnel before becoming Dean of Students. She retired in the mid 1970s.


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