Eugene 'Gene' Anderson to Depart Syracuse, Tapped to Lead University of Pittsburgh's Business School
“The Whitman School has made real progress—both in terms of academic excellence and student success—under Gene’s leadership,” says Chancellor Kent Syverud. “Gene has contributed so much to our community and strengthened the Whitman School in measurable ways,” says Vice Chancellor and Provost Gretchen Ritter. Anderson came to Syracuse from the University of Miami School of Business Administration, where he served as dean for five years.
“I have treasured every moment of my time here at Syracuse University,” says Anderson. When McKelvie assumes the interim dean role on July 1, he brings with him nearly 15 years of scholarship and leadership at Syracuse University. “Alex’s long track record as a leader, innovator, educator and researcher will serve the Whitman School well during this time of transition,” says Ritter.
Details of a national search for the next Whitman dean will be forthcoming.
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