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5 April 2004: New Dean Appointed to School of Management

Posted by Christina on February 6, 2009

uci_seal_solidThis was officially my first news story. I really got a feel for investigation even before I had started to take any classes for the Literary Journalism major.

New University Newspaper: New Dean Appointed to School of Management

New Dean Appointed to School of Management
by Christina Nersesian
Volume 37, Issue 22  |  Apr 05 2004

After serving as dean of the University of Wisconsin’s School of Business for 10 years with a Kuechenmeister Professorship, Andrew J. Policano will be appointed dean of UCI’s Graduate School of Management beginning August 2004.

After years of being dean at the University of Wisconsin, he became a professor in the business school for two years. His move to UCI provides him with a change of pace.

‘I stepped down after 10 years because I certainly believe that people stay in these jobs too long. While things are going extremely well [at the University of Wisconsin] I had had the objective of a 10 year horizon, then taking a break and perhaps finding another challenging position that would be a lot of fun,’ Policano said.

Although UCI is the newest university in California, Policano still acknowledges the school as a first-rate educational institution. He also realizes that the GSM has an excellent business school with its faculty, students, staff, successful alumni and thriving business community in Irvine.

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