March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Paul Danos, dean of Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business, will step down in June 2015 when his current term ends.
Danos, 71, in the role since 1995, is the longest-serving dean in Tuck’s history, the business school in Hanover, New Hampshire, said today in a statement.
During his tenure, Danos began Dartmouth’s Master of Health Care Delivery Science program and a Business Bridge Program for undergraduates.
“We expanded our global reach by increasing the size, quality, and diversity of our faculty and student body,” Danos, who is Tuck’s ninth dean, said in a letter today.
After his last year as dean, Danos will teach, write, serve on boards and participate in the greater Dartmouth community, he said in the letter. His replacement will be announced in early 2015, Christopher Williams, chairman of Tuck’s Board of Overseers, said in the statement.
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