Dean, Wisconsin School of Business
The University of Wisconsin-Madison invites nominations and applications for the position of dean of the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB). Founded in 1848, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is the flagship university of the University of Wisconsin System. It has consistently been ranked among the world’s top research universities. UW-Madison enrolls 43,000 students and has more than 20,000 employees, including about 2,200 faculty and 12,500 staff; plus 5,000 graduate assistants and 7,000 student employees.
The WSB is a vibrant community that honors the university's commitment to research, teaching and public service. WSB believes public research universities hold a great, untapped potential to address the world's most complex challenges. Together, we foster a passionate and diverse community of scholars -- leaders and learners addressing business challenges, inspiring emergent leadership, and improving lives.
We value our reputation for academic excellence and educational innovation, and have made a strong commitment to progress in areas of diversity and inclusion.
A complete position description, including instructions for applications and nominations, is available online.
Search and Screen Committee members
Tom Broman, History of Science
Betty Chewning, School of Pharmacy
Trish Devine, Psychology
Robert Duessler, Chemistry
Maureen Durkin, Population Health Sciences
Jon Eckhardt, Management & Human Resources
Alyson Kim, Integrated Marketing Communications
Page Moreau, Marketing
John Neis, Venture Investors, LLC
Kayla Sergent Nordgren, Student Representative
Erwan Quintin, Real Estate & Urban Land Economics
Nicholas Sanders, Student Representative
Sarada, Management and Human Resources
Karl Scholz, College of Letters & Science
John Surdyk, Initiative for Studies in Transformational Entrepreneurship
Stefan Wahe, Division of Information Technology
Terry Warfield (CHAIR), Accounting
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.