MBA News: Tuck Dean Paul Danos to Step Down

After 20 years as the dean of Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, Paul Danos has announced in a letter that he will not seek reappointment for a sixth term in June 2015. Given his lengthy tenure—which, Bloomberg Businessweek notes, is far beyond that of the three-and-a-half year average of business school deans—Danos can lay claim to an impressive number of accomplishments and contributions to the Tuck community, including faculty expansion and launching new curricular offerings.

“The MBA program at Tuck has never been stronger, with student quality indicators, employment levels, and compensation rates for our graduates among the highest in the world,” Danos stated, adding that he looks forward to a return to the classroom. In the meantime, Dartmouth College administrators will reportedly appoint a search committee to evaluate community feedback in looking to replace Danos. We will keep you posted as soon as we hear any news about the appointment of a new dean…

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