HeadlinesNovember 15, 2010
- Going for green
- 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.