HeadlinesNovember 15, 2010
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- School of Medicine adding four year program in Salina, expanding in Wichita
- Juola helps program robot to serve elderly
- Professor profile: Focusing on the solution
- One year later, KU shown to be leader in open access scholarship
- Godwin to help lead cancer center's drug discovery efforts
- Parking restrictions for home basketball games announced
- E-mail servers to be upgraded; inbox storage to be increased
- Search committee named to find new School of Business dean
- Five faculty members nominated for HOPE Award
- KU more than doubles neurosurgery department
- Answers given for frequently asked severe weather questions
Search committee named to find new School of Business dean
Provost Jeff Vitter has announced a search advisory committee to find a new dean for the School of Business.
Dean William L. Fuerst will step down in June after serving 11 years, the second-longest tenure of any business dean at KU.
The committee will conduct a nationwide search. The committee will be co-chaired by James P. Guthrie, the William and Judy Docking Professor of Business, and M.D. (Mike) Michaelis, president and chairman of the board of Emprise Bank.
Other members include:
Christopher Anderson, associate professor of business
Danny Anderson, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Audra Boone, associate professor of business
Marnie Clawson, president, Clawson Benefits Concepts
Fred Coulson, managing director, Five Elms Capital
DaNeale Diggins, junior in accounting
Michael Ettredge, Crown/Sherr Professor of Business
Mary Lee Hummert, vice provost for faculty development
Jennifer Jordan, director of Business Career Services
Kissan Joseph, associate professor of business
Laura Poppo, professor of business
Joshua Rosenbloom, associate vice chancellor of research and graduate studies and professor of economics
Susan Scholz, associate professor of business
The committee will be assisted by R. William Funk and Associates of Dallas, Texas.