The dean of the University of Dayton School of Business Administration, Paul M. Bobrowski, plans to revamp the undergraduate curriculum, offer more opportunities for students in China and develop a new strategy for the MBA program.
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Paul M. Bobrowski
Education: Ph.D. in operations management from Indiana University; master’s degree in management from Purdue University; bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering from the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Family: Wife, Paula; four children; and seven grandchildren.
Work history: Dean of the College of Business at Auburn University, 2004 to 2010; associate dean of the MBA and MS programs at the School of Management at Syracuse University, 2001 to 2004; director of the executive MBA program at Syracuse, 1996 to 2001; director of the Syracuse University Summer Internship Program in Singapore, 1994 to 1995; U.S. Air Force 1972 to 1981.