Latest dean Stories
WAYNE, Pa., Sept. 29, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Who would think that a dean, especially one of a medical school, could have an exciting and adventurous life full of rewards and failures? But with Decanus Maximus, the new memoir by Joseph R. DiPalma, M.D., one will have every reason to think so.
Robert L. Joss announced today that he will step down as dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business at the end of the current academic year. Joss will have served 10 years as dean.
By Bill Zlatos Carnegie Mellon University has appointed a four-person committee to recommend whether a student should get to keep a controversial degree that led to the resignation of a dean.
Nicole Woolsey Biggart, dean of the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Davis, and an influential ambassador to the Northern California business community, has announced her intention to step down from her administrative post next July.
One of the management education world's greatest secrets is the wide variety of full-tuition fellowship programs at business schools.
By Anne Riley The Daily Record: What's the importance of creating a new pharmacy school in this day and age? Dr. Anne Lin: Well certainly in terms of the new pharmacy school, the state of Maryland has had only one pharmacy school for a long time, which is the University of Maryland.
By David Morrill BERKELEY -- Richard Lyons hardly seems like the new dean of the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. Dean ... yes. New ... no. Lyons has officially been at the top position for fewer than two months, but he speaks about his vision as if he has been there for years.
By Staff Report The following students have made the dean's list at their respective schools: - Corrie E. Wilson of Centerville is on the spring semester dean's list at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, Calif. She is a Dayton Christian High School graduate.
The following students were named to the deans' list for the spring semester: AKRON - Jonathan Ebersole, a senior majoring in sport and exercise science; Kerilee Nickles, a sophomore majoring in elementary education; Ryan Strosser, a senior majoring in psychology.
By Bill Zlatos A trustee at Carnegie Mellon University praised the administration's prompt handling of the revelation that a dean helped a student get a master's degree that wasn't earned.
The Beast of Dean is a cryptid that has also been named Moose-Pig. It is said to live or have lived in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England. It is sometimes described as resembling a moose but with a boar's head, or others say it is an enormous wild boar. Farmers from the village of Parkend in 1802 were menaced by this creature and decided to capture or kill it. It was said it was large enough to crush fences and hedges, fell trees and so on. The hunt produced nothing, and at...
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