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Roger Huang, interim dean of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, has had the interim label removed from his title and is now the Martin J. Gillen Dean of the college, according to Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of the University.
The Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management at Notre Dame, Huang was appointed interim dean last year when Carolyn Woo became president and chief executive officer of Catholic Relief Services.
“Roger is an internationally respected scholar who during his time at Notre Dame has proved to be an equally accomplished leader,” Father Jenkins said. “His reputation in his field, administrative experience, strategic perspective and commitment to Notre Dame’s mission as a Catholic research university are extraordinary. I look forward to working closely with him as we continue to build a superb business school that serves the greater good.”
Beginning this fall, University of Notre Dame undergraduate students interested in pursuing international economics as a major can choose from among five new language options: Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, German and Russian. These are in addition to the three Romance languages — French, Italian and Spanish — already available.
International economics, the newest major within the College of Arts and Letters, combines substantial coursework in the Department of Economics with advanced training in language and culture. It also provides students with the potential for overseas internships and specialized research projects.
“With the addition of these languages, the international economics major is an even more attractive option for undergraduates who want to prepare for international careers,” said Richard Jensen, Gilbert F. Schaefer Professor and Chair of Economics.
The Career Center hosted the 2012 Winter Career and Internship Fair and Diversity Reception on Wednesday, February 1. A total of 128 corporations, government agencies and nonprofit organizations attended this year's fair, along with more than 1500 students from all colleges and class years.
Hilary Flanagan, formerly director of career services at John Carroll University, has been appointed director of career services at the University of Notre Dame, according to Erin Hoffmann Harding, vice president for student affairs.
Flanagan, whose appointment became effective Jan. 15, replaces Lee Svete, who left the post to become Notre Dame’s associate vice president of career and professional development last July.
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