Boston University School of Management Dean To Retire

Posted by: Lindsey Gerdes on September 28, 2009

After leading Boston University’s School of Management for the past nineteen years, Dean Louis E. Lataif plans to retire this year. Lataif, who’d formerly served as president of Ford Europe, helped spearhead the largest-ever building project for a school of business (this, according to the retirement accouncement released from the school) and led the charge to overhaul the program’s curriculum to include more cross-functional and team learning. Lataif was the school’s longest-serving dean in the last 70 years.

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