By David Medrano |Staff writer|
Rose is schedule to assume his position on Sept. 15.
Andy Bowman, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, expressed his enthusiasm for the new dean. Bowman also explained how Rose’s expertise and leadership will be beneficial for CSUSB.
“We are delighted to attract an academic leader of Lawrence Rose’s stature,” said Bowman according to University Affairs. “He brings extensive experience as the leader of an accredited business school and a clear vision.”
Rose, who worked on recent journals like, “Size Does Matter! The Intra-Industry Effect of Bank Loan Ratings” and “The Tail Risk of Emerging Stock Markets” are just a few examples of his work.
“I am excited to head a college at a recognized and proactive university with close ties to stakeholders across the Inland Empire,” said Rose according to University Affairs. “This college is well placed to play a major role in enhancing the prosperity of the region.”
According to the Massey University website Rose was the vice chancellor of the College of Business since 2006.
He was responsible for the strategic direction and academic programs at Massey’s College of Business. Massey University has three campuses on the North Island, and the highest number of extramural students, having more than 35,000 students.
According to University Affairs, Rose has received a number of teaching and research awards, serves in a number of editorial boards and has had his work published in several prominent peer reviewed international journals. These include “Applied Financial Economics,” “Emerging Markets Review,” and “International Journal of Managerial Finance” to name a few.
CSUSB also shares some of its recognition as one of the best business schools in the world.
According to the European CEO Magazine, “The College of Business and Public Administration of San Bernardino was named one of the eighteen most innovative schools in the world and was listed among only four in the United States and the only business college recognized from the Western United States.”
“The college also secured international reaccreditation from the Association to Advance College Schools of Business,” according to University Affairs.