Suffolk University Oral History Collection (SOH-052)
Anthony “Tony” Eonas, Suffolk University Professor Emeritus, discusses his forty-eight-year career at the university in the Marketing and Business Law and Ethics Departments. He discusses his early life; including his transition into academia after working in sales, then teaching at Northeastern University and Bentley College. He discusses the evolution of the business school, the camaraderie of the faculty, and his focus on developing students. He recounts one of his major accomplishments, securing the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation for the Sawyer Business School which elevated the reputation and ranking of the school. Professor Eonas also reminisces about his travels, both internationally, on behalf of Suffolk, and also across the United States, on regular motorcycle trips. He talks proudly about his family, and shares memories of his friends and students at Suffolk.
Suffolk University history, oral history
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Eonas, Anthony and Perry, Christine, "Oral history interview with Tony Eonas (SOH-052)" (2019). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 39.