Who Will Replace Wharton's Dean?Geoff Gloeckler
With the recent announcement that Wharton Dean Thomas Robertson will be stepping down at the end of the 2013-14 academic year, the question of succession is one that will soon dominate water-cooler conversations on campus. While the search committee has not yet been formed, we can deduce a few things about what they will be looking for based on past dean searches at Wharton.
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