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Posted May 9, 2008

Tiffany Vlaanderen
Staff Writer

With great conviction, the final candidates for the position of dean of the College of Business and Public Manage­ment argued for their potential contributions to the Search Committee on April 28 and 29.

Both candidates, Lance A. Masters and Ibrahim Helou, expressed their individual visions for the college in two separate community forums held on campus in the Howell Board Room in the Landis Academic Center.

“I don’t apply for a position if I don’t feel that I have the tools and skills needed to make sure I fulfill that position to the utmost possible way,” Helou said.

Helou’s vision of the College is simple: first thing to come to mind when people think about ULV should be the Business school.

Prospects, in regards to the face and transformation of the college in the next few years, were keen concerns among committee members.

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