Sunday, July 5, 2020

Blog Archive CBS Dean to Step Down, Continuing the Flood of B-School Dean Resignations

Blog Archive CBS Dean to Step Down, Continuing the Flood of B-School Dean Resignations Glenn Hubbard Glenn Hubbard, who has filled in as the senior member of Columbia Business School (CBS) since 2004, will resign from his job toward the finish of the 2018â€"2019 scholastic year. Columbia University President Lee Bollinger reported the news in a college wide email a week ago, depicting Hubbard's residency at CBS as a noteworthy period. Hubbard will come back to educating at the school in July 2019, and a board of trustees will start the quest for another dignitary in the blink of an eye. Hubbard joins an extensive rundown of senior members at top-positioned business colleges who have resigned from their job inside the previous year or something like that. Edward A. Ted Snyder, who joined the Yale School of Management as senior member in 2011, will finish up his residency toward the finish of the current scholastic year. At the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, Richard Lyons reported his takeoff in June 2017 after two terms as dignitary. Berkeley alumna Ann E. Harrison, who is an educator at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, will supplant Lyons in January 2019. The Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University named L. Joseph Thomas between time senior member as of late, after the sudden January abdication of Soumitra Dutta, who had filled in as dignitary since 2016. So also, the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University named Professor Kathleen M. Hagerty between time senior member in Ju ly, supplanting Sally Blount, who resigned from her job as dignitary this past August. The NYU Stern School of Business likewise selected another dignitary to step in toward the start of 2018, and the UCLA Anderson School of Management named a between time senior member in May. Offer ThisTweet Berkeley-Haas Columbia University (Columbia Business School) Cornell University (Johnson) New York University (Stern) News Northwestern University (Kellogg) University of California Los Angeles (Anderson) Yale University (School of Management)

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