Emma Newburger is a member of the Class of 2018 in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. She is an Assistant News Editor on the 135th Editorial Board and can be reached at email@example.com.
Miller has provided direction and leadership for the over 60 chapters that make up Greek Life at Cornell, and has helped ensure a “holistic and robust experience for students across the fraternity and sorority community,” according to the University.
“We have had at the college-wide level a decrease in overall operating budget and so all of our programs have been asked to use more of their reserves and reduce level of budget by common small amount,” Dean Gretchen Ritter said. “That been true for everything from physics through these programs in a way that has been modest and equal across all programs.”
Lynn Perry Wooten will be the newest David J. Nolan Dean of The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, the school announced on Monday. Wooten, senior associate dean for student and academic excellence at the University of Michigan’s business school, will join her colleague Martha Pollack in a move from Michigan to Ithaca on July 1, according to the University. Wooten — who will succeed interim dean Edward McLaughlin, the Robert G. Tobin Professor of Marketing — said that she is “looking forward” to the move. “For a while, I have been fond of Ezra Cornell’s ethos of ‘any person… any study,’ and now I have the honor to live this ethos by serving a dean of the Dyson School,” she told the Cornell Chronicle. She also expressed enthusiasm regarding Dyson’s distinct mission in “solving the world’s most significant business and social issues,” a statement posted on the school’s website.