Case Western Reserve University recently announced the formation of an internal search advisory committee for the dean of the Case School of Engineering (CSE).
The committee is primarily comprised of CSE faculty, along with representation from other schools and departments within the university, students and CSE alumni.
The search advisory committee is charged with recommending a new dean from within CSE who has experience in several areas, including leadership, administration, a commitment to diversity, national/international profile and fundraising and alumni activities.
The new engineering dean will oversee seven academic departments, 117 tenured and tenure-track faculty and more than 1,900 students. In addition, 12 research centers are affiliated with the engineering school. CSE's educational programs are consistently ranked among the nation's best.
Members of the search committee include:
Case School of Engineering:
Alumnus and Trustee:
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