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Patricia Bradshaw has been named dean of the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary’s University in Nova Scotia as of June 1. Currently an administrator and professor at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, Bradshaw earned her undergraduate degree at Queen’s University and her PhD, in organizational behaviour, from York University.

Kelli Crickey has been appointed as the director of the MBA program at North Georgia College & State University’s Mike Cottrell School of Business. Crickey completed BS degrees in management and production/operations management at Virginia Commonwealth University and earned her MBA from Georgia State University.

Shawn P. Daly has been named dean of the College of Business Administration at Niagara University. Daly earned his bachelor’s degree and MEng in chemical engineering at Virginia Tech. He also holds a master’s degree in religious education from Loyola University in New Orleans and an MBA from Villanova University. He earned his PhD in international business at Temple University.

John Groesbeck has been named dean of the Robert W. Plaster School of Business Administration at Missouri Southern State University. Most recently dean of the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business and Professor of Economics at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, Groesbeck received his BA in political science at Boise State University. He earned an MSS in economics/management at Utah State University and a PhD in economics from Utah State University.

Lloyd L. Hamm, Jr. has been named dean of the newly launched School of Business at Anna Maria College in Massachusetts. Hamm holds a BA and MBA from Anna Maria College, and earned a CSS in Administration and Management with a concentration in quantitative studies from the Harvard University Extension School.

Peter J. Holbrook has been named dean of the College of Business and Management at Cardinal Stritch University. Holbrook, who has served as interim dean of the college since June of 2011 and has been executive director of the Stritch Leadership Center, has a BA in business, an MS in management, and a PhD in leadership, all from Stritch.

Jon Kaplan has been hired at the University of California-Berkeley’s Haas School of Business as executive director of part-time and executive MBA programs. A former assistant dean of Chapman University’s MBA programs, Kaplan earned his bachelor degree in economics and his MBA from the University of California-Los Angeles.

Doug Lyon has been named dean of the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration, where he had served as interim dean since last July. Lyon earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting at Fort Lewis College, his master’s degree in international management from the American Graduate School of International Management, and his PhD in strategic management from the University of Kentucky.

Steve Morgan has been named chair of the Business, Economics, and Mathematics division at West Virginia University at Parkersburg. Formerly executive vice president at Ohio Valley University, Morgan, a certified public accountant, earned a bachelor of science in accounting from Lubbock Christian University and an MBA from Wayland Baptist University. He is currently pursuing a doctorate through Northcentral University.

David Rausch has been named as associate dean of the DeVos Graduate School of Management at Northwood University. Most recently a faculty member and director of the doctoral program in Learning and Leadership at University of Tennessee (Chattanooga), Rausch pursued undergraduate studies at the University of Alabama and holds an MBA from Samford University. He has a PhD from Andrews University.

Stefan J. Reichelstein has been appointed president of ESMT European School of Management and Technology in Berlin. Currently the William R. Timken Professor of Accounting at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Reichelstein completed his undergraduate studies in economics at the University of Bonn and earned both an MS in managerial economics and a PhD from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Steve Salbu, who joined Georgia Tech in 2006, has committed to a second term as dean of the school’s College of Management. Salbu holds master’s and doctoral degrees from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a master’s degree from Dartmouth College, and a law degree from the College of William & Mary.

Tom Smith has joined the University of Queensland Business School, where he will hold the Frank Finn Chair in Finance. Previously professor of finance at the Australian National University, Smith holds undergraduate and master’s degrees at the University of Queensland, and earned his PhD in finance from Stanford University.

Catherine Usoff has been selected as dean of Clark University’s Graduate School of Management. Previously professor and chair of the Information & Process Management Department at Bentley University, Usoff received her bachelor of science in accounting from Boston College, and her MBA and PhD in accounting and management of information systems from The Ohio State University.

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