Search Committee Named for New Dean of the Fuqua School of Business
President Vincent E. Price and Provost Alec Gallimore have appointed a committee to lead the search for Duke University’s next dean of the Fuqua School of Business. The new dean will succeed William Boulding, who has served since 2011 and will remain in the role until a new dean is hired.
The search committee will be chaired by Ashleigh Shelby Rosette, the James L. Vincent Professor of Leadership. Other members of the committee are:
- Kerry Abrams, James B. Duke and Benjamin N. Duke Dean of the School of Law and Distinguished Professor of Law
- Wilfred Amaldoss, Thomas A. Finch Jr. Professor of Business Administration
- James Anton, Hanes Corporation Foundation Professor of Business Administration
- Arya Diwase, Student representative
- Scott Dyreng, Professor of Accounting
- Taryn Felder, Student representative
- Grainne Fitzsimons, George C. Lamb, Jr. University Distinguished Professor
- Sharique Hasan, Associate Professor of Business Administration
- Elizabeth Hogan, Associate Dean for Global Marketing
- Shari Hubert, Associate Dean for Admissions
- Timothy Johnson, Professor of the Practice of Energy and the Environment, Nicholas School of the Environment
- Jamie Jones, Associate Professor of the Practice and Director of Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- Adriano Rampini, Douglas and Josie Breeden Distinguished Professor of Financial Economics
- David Snow, Chair, Fuqua School of Business Board of Visitors
- Robert Swinney, Professor of Business Administration
- Erica Taylor, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, School of Medicine
- Yehua Wei, Associate Professor of Business Administration
The president and provost have charged the committee with conducting a thorough search to identify a diverse pool of candidates for the position. Executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles will support the committee.
The search committee invites candidate nominations and comments about the position via email to FuquaDean@heidrick.com. All submissions will be considered confidential.