Dean Alicia Jackson, Ph.D., will be stepping down at the end of the 2012-13 academic year, after six years leading one of only four AACSB-accredited business schools at private liberal arts colleges without graduate business degrees. Her departure opens an exceptional opportunity for a new visionary, creative, and collaborative leader to take the reins of the Weis School.
The position prospectus details the position and the characteristics we seek in the next dean and also provides an overview of the Weis School and Susquehanna University.
Charged with identifying outstanding candidates for the Weis School deanship are:
|Barbara McElroy, Ph.D.||Search Committee chair, Department of Accounting and Information Systems chair|
|Andrea Lopez, Ph.D.||Department of Political Science|
|Olu Onafowora, Ph.D.||Department of Economics chair|
|John Pendley, Ph.D.||Department of Accounting and Information Systems|
|Ali Zadeh, Ph.D.||Department of Management chair|
|Stephanie Chan ’13||Student|
|Caelen Perez ’15||Student|
|Bonnie Bucks ’65 Reece, Ph.D.||Trustee|
|Larry Hutchison ’80||Advisory Council member|
|Debbie Stieffel||Vice President for Enrollment Management|
David M. Gring, Ph.D., President Emeritus of Roanoke College and Senior Vice President at Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting, is assisting the university with the search.
Confidential inquiries, nominations, and applications may be sent to Susquehanna@myersmcrae.com. As with all personnel searches at Susquehanna, we affirm our commitment to inclusion, and we encourage nominations of and applications from candidates from underrepresented groups.
If you know someone who would be a great fit for the deanship, please share this information.
Thank you for your interest and assistance.
–Carl O. Moses, Ph.D., Provost and Dean of the Faculty