Bentley College Promotes H. Lee Schlorff to Vice President for Academic Affairs
January 25, 1998
WALTHAM, Mass.- Bentley College has named H. Lee Schlorff vice president for academic affairs. Schlorff has served as the college's dean of faculty and of the undergraduate college for 11 years. As part of this three-year appointment, Schlorff will continue to have all academic departments report to him, thus retaining the title of dean of faculty. He will relinquish his responsibilities as dean of the undergraduate college.
Schlorff joined Bentley as a professor and chair of the accountancy department in 1978. He served in that capacity for nine years, before being promoted to the dean of faculty and the undergraduate college. Prior to joining Bentley, Schlorff taught accountancy at Eastern Michigan University, the University of Wyoming and the University of Missouri -- Columbia.
Schlorff earned a bachelor of business administration degree from Eastern Michigan University in 1965, an MBA from the University of Michigan in 1966, and a Ph.D. in accountancy from the University of Missouri- Columbia in 1973. He is a resident of Winchester, Mass.
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