A question and answer session with President-Elect Davis-Blake about joining Bentley, her initial impressions of the university, and her background as the leader of large public business schools.
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President-Elect Davis-Blake talks about growing up in an academic family and her belief in the power of education to change lives.
Alison Davis-Blake, Ph.D., the former dean of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, has been appointed the eighth president of Bentley University, one of the top U.S. business schools in the country.
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