- Michelle Rogers was recently appointed to oversee full-time admissions at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Business on an interim basis, reports a Kellogg press release. Starting April 29, Rogers will replace Beth Flye, former assistant dean of admissions for the last eight years. The permanent position is likely to be filled in early fall 2011.
- Meanwhile, a UNC Kenan-Flagler press release reports that Beth Flye will become the new director of admissions at MBA@UNC, the school’s new online MBA program. “I have loved my work at Kellogg, but the opportunity to help build an innovative new program for UNC Kenan-Flagler was totally compelling,” said Flye. “MBA@UNC has enormous potential and I am excited to be a part of this trail-blazing program.”
- In a recent press release, Belgium’s Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School announced the launch of its new English language international executive MBA program in Moscow. The 17-month program will have a strong emphasis on business in Russia today and will consist of 4-day monthly modules in Moscow and at MIT. Prof. Dominique Heau, director of the new EMBA program, explains: “In designing this programme for the Moscow business world we recognised the need for bringing up-to-date business theory and practise into the Russian business environment today. We will do this in a variety of ways to enhance the learning experience. A particular focus of our education will be the coaching and leadership development we deliver to our participants.”
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