Carolyn Callahan Selected to Lead the College of Business at the University of Louisville

cmcllhanx146x146Carolyn M. Callahan has been selected as the new dean of the College of Business at the University of Louisville. When she assumes her new post in July 2014, she will be the first woman and the first African American to lead the business school.

Dr. Callahan is currently the KPMG Distinguished Professor of Accounting and director of the School of Accountancy at the University of Memphis in Tennessee. She has previously taught at the University of Massachusetts, the University of Notre Dame, and the University of Arkansas. She also served as an accountant for the jet engine division of Pratt & Whitney.

Professor Callahan is a graduate of Ohio Northern University in Ada. She earned a master’s degree from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and a Ph.D. in business administration from Michigan State University.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Get the JBHE Weekly Bulletin

Receive our weekly email newsletter delivered to your inbox

Latest News

AI Teaching Assistants Are Coming to Morehouse College

The AI teaching assistant initiative aims to provide students with an office hours setting they can access at any time, even when their professor is unavailable. Over the next three to five years, Morehouse hopes to establish an AI teaching assistant for every professor at the college.

Five African American Scholars Appointed to New Faculty Positions

The new faculty appointments are Judith Byfield at Cornell University, Nikki Hoskins at Harvard University, Edda Fields-Black at Carnegie Mellon Universityin Pittsburgh, Shawn Utsey at Virginia Commonwealth University, and Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw at the University of Pennsylvania.

Wiley University Launches New Honors College for Fall 2024 Semester

The Heman Sweatt Honors College will provide students with access to a dedicated living community, specialized classes and research opportunities, faculty mentors, and financial aid for tuition, internships, and study abroad experiences.

Two Black Historians in Higher Education Receive Prestigious Dan David Prize

Keisha Blain of Brown University and Cécile Fromont of Harvard University have received 2024 Dan David Prizes for their outstanding achievements as academic historians.

Featured Jobs