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The Search Begins: Dean of Student Affairs

A few minutes ago, you should have gotten this email about the transparent and student-driven search for a new Dean of Student Affairs from Deantini and Dean Boyce: Dear Undergraduate Students: We are writing to announce the launch of a national search for the new Dean of Student Affairs and to ask for your thoughts […]

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‘Bo Gives Christmas Presents Early

…in the form of election to a search committee for the next Exec VP for Arts and Sciences aaaand Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences!  The fifteen-member committee, chaired by Robert “Bob” Jervis was (about) half chosen by the Policy and Planning Committee of the Arts and Sciences.  A majority of members are […]

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Nick Dirks, Dean of Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Resigns

Nicholas Dirks, the Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, has resigned to become chancellor (that’s California for “president”) of UC-Berkeley. Dirks is a celebrated anthropology professor who left UMichigan for Columbia in 1997 to overhaul our anthropology department. A few years later, Prezbo arrived at Columbia from UMichigan and asked Dirks to join […]

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