UTSA College of Business Welcomes New Administrators
With the start of the academic year, the UTSA College of Business has announced several new administrative appointments that will support faculty, student development, academic programs and executive education.
Hamid Beladi has been named associate dean of faculty and research in the College of Business. In addition to his previous duties in research, he is responsible for managing faculty support issues.
Daniel Davied has been appointed assistant dean of graduate studies. He will oversee admissions, program development and recruitment for the college’s MBA, M.S. in Business and M.S. in Data Analytics programs.
Leading the college’s executive programs, Bruce Rudy has been named senior executive director of the Center for Professional Excellence. Rudy, assistant professor of management, will lead the college’s Executive MBA program as well as build executive education programming within the college.
New faculty member David Dampier has assumed the duties of interim chair of the Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security. Dampier is an accomplished cyber security scholar and teacher joining UTSA from Mississippi State University.
Associate Professor Mark Leung has been chosen as the new chair of the Department of Management Science and Statistics. Leung is a talented scholar and teacher who will work to advance efforts within this department.
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