Greg Rawski, who has worked as dean of the school of business at the University of Evansville since 2014, has been hired for the same position at Marian University in Indianapolis, the local university announced Friday.
Rawski will replace the retiring Russ Kershaw, who has led Marian’s business school since 2010.
As dean of the Clark H. Byrum School of Business, Rawski will be responsible for growing enrollment, building new academic programs, oversight of existing academic programs, managing budgets and strengthening external partnerships.
Rawski joined the University of Evansville as an assistant professor of management in 2005 and spent five months as associate dean of the university’s Schroeder School of Business before being promoted to the top job in 2014.
Rawski has a doctorate in manufacturing management and engineering from the University of Toledo, an MBA in international business from the University of Toledo and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bluffton University in Ohio.
“Dr. Rawski’s experience and knowledge of Indiana’s higher education landscape make him the perfect fit for this position,” Alan Silva, Marian University’s executive vice president and provost, said in written comments. “I am confident that he will lead the Byrum School to the next level, expertly leveraging relationships with central Indiana’s business community for the benefit of all Byrum School students.”
The Byrum School of Business offers bachelor’s degrees in accounting, business analytics, finance, management and marketing.
Marian University, 3200 Cold Spring Road, enrolls more than 2,400 undergraduate and 1,160 graduate students.