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Marian University hires former Butler professor to head business school

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Marian University, a small Catholic college in Indianapolis, has appointed Russell Kershaw dean of its Clark H. Byrum School of Business.
 

Dean Kershaw Kershaw

Kershaw was a business professor at Butler University from 1996 to 2008, serving as interim dean of Butler’s business college in his final year. He has spent the past two years as business dean at Philadelphia University.

Kershaw earned a doctorate in accounting from the University of South Carolina, as well as business degrees from Babson and Bentley colleges. He worked 12 years as a manager at Massachusetts-based Digital Equipment Corp. and New York-based General Electric Co.

Marian’s business school has 300 students, with the largest numbers in accounting and finance programs.
 

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