Anthony Rodi, clinical associate professor of business administration, has taken over as interim associate dean of the College of Business Administration.
Rodi replaces Audrey J. Murrell, who was named acting dean of the Honors College last month. A national search will be conducted during the coming academic year to name a permanent leader for the College of Business Administration.
Rodi brings more than 16 years of experience in higher education, with the last four at Pitt.
He has been named Outstanding Teacher of the Year in 2016 and awarded both the Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Service Awards in 2017.
“The success of the College of Business Administration over the past several years has been impressive,” Rodi said. “I hope to step in and not lose a beat as we continue with the direction that Dr. Murrell set for our students.”