The president of Duquesne University announced that Dean McFarlin was reappointed to the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business as dean for a fourth term.
McFarlin joined Duquesne University in 2013.
Ken Gormley said that he had ensured the business students gained the discipline, professional experience, and greater sense purpose in their journey to become the change makers of tomorrow. I'm happy to announce that he will continue his important role as the dean of Duquesne's business school.
It created seven centers of expertise to support innovative research, and educational experiences for its students, in the areas such as entrepreneurship, supply-chain management, professional sales, student success and business ethics.
McFarlin stated in a prepared press release that it was both rewarding and humbling for him to be able to continue to serve one of the most innovative business schools around. We live by our motto of making a difference, thanks to our faculty, staff and students. Our school has moved forward because of their dedication and engagement. We have new research centers, programs and initiatives, and we are receiving increased recognition from firms and alumni.