Three FSB faculty take on new roles

Headshots of Bryan Ashenbaum, David Shrider, and Hannah Lee

A trio of Farmer School faculty will have new roles and responsibilities in 2021.

Bryan Ashenbaum, professor and chair of the Department of Management, has accepted the position of Interim Associate Dean for Curriculum and Graduate Programs, effective January 1, 2021. He will remain the management department chair.

“With two new graduate programs and the multitude of curriculum delivery shifts necessitated by the pandemic, finding the right person for this position was crucial, and I have great confidence that Bryan brings the skills, experience and perspective needed,” Farmer School dean Jenny Darroch said.

In addition, David Shrider, associate professor of finance and the Director of Global Business Initiatives, has accepted the directorship of the Higgin Kim Asian Business Program, effective July 1, 2021. He will remain in his current directorship until that time.

Hannah Lee, assistant professor of marketing, has been selected as Director of South Korean Relations, a new position created because of the importance and prominence of the relationship between the Farmer School and our Asian partners. She will assume this role January 1, 2021 as well as continuing her position within the marketing department.