From Carnegie Mellon to a Career
Losing a career-services director in the midst of recruiting season could be a tough blow for any business school. But luckily for Carnegie Mellon University's Graduate School of Industrial Administration (No. 19 in BusinessWeek's latest MBA rankings) a B-school veteran like Ken Keeley is there to stay the course. Keeley, the nine-year executive director of the GSIA's Career Opportunities Center, has assumed the school's MBA career-services duties since former director Jean Eisel left for a similar position at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in February.
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