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Merit Janow is Appointed New SIPA Dean

Great name, great hair

Great name, great hair

According to the Morningside Post, sources in the administration have confirmed that Merit Janow, a professor in the practice of international economic law and international affairs since the fall of 1994, will soon become SIPA’s new dean. She will replace interim dean Robert Lieberman, who will be leaving Columbia University on June 30 to assume the position of Provost at The Johns Hopkins University.



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  • anonymous says:

    @anonymous Merit is awesome! Congratulations!

  • anonymouse. says:

    @anonymouse. dat hair.

  • I thought says:

    @I thought maggie thatcher was dead

  • Meryl Streep says:

    @Meryl Streep #nowthatcherisundead

  • Yo says:

    @Yo Is this the second administrator we are loosing to Hopkins? Wtf???

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous holy shit does she look pissed. International development project didn’t go well, I take it?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous So many hot babes as new deans!

  • She looks like says:

    @She looks like the PTSD dog gif.

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