Ross is new Business and Management dean at Stritch

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Management dean at Cardinal Stritch

Gary Ross, Ph.D., has been appointed the new dean of Cardinal Stritch University’s College of Business and Management.
Ross, who will join Stritch May 13, is currently the program director and an associate professor of business at Barat College of DePaul University, in Lake Forest, Ill. He is a past dean of the Barat School of Business. Ross also has been an adjunct instructor at Edgewood College in Madison, Marquette University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Additionally, he has extensive professional experience in banking and consulting.
Ross earned a bachelor of science in secondary education, a master of business administration in financial accounting, and a master of science in management degrees from UW-Madison. His Ph.D. is from the University of Kentucky, specializing in strategy and organizational theory.
He will succeed Arthur Wasserman, Ph.D., who retired last year as dean of the College of Business and Management after 13 years at Stritch.
The College of Business and Management offers accelerated graduate and undergraduate degree programs for working adults. Classes meet one night a week at campuses in Milwaukee, Madison, and Edina, Minn., and in in-house workplace settings and satellite offices around the two states.
Stritch, based in Fox Point in northern Milwaukee County, is the largest Franciscan Catholic institution of higher education in North America and the second-largest independent school in Wisconsin. It educates about 6,300 people in three colleges: Nursing; Education, Arts and Sciences; and Business and Management.

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