Dr. Jerry Tomberlin

Jerry%20Tomberlin.jpgis appointed dean of the Carleton Sprott School of Business for a term of six years. Dr. Tomberlin is a professor in the department of decision sciences and management information systems at Concordia, where from 2001-2007 he was also dean of the John Molson School of Business, one of only seven Canadian business schools to make the Financial Times international MBA Top 100 List in 2005. “The Sprott School is poised to assume its place among the leading business schools of Canada, and I’m very excited about the prospect of working with students, staff, faculty and the administration to achieve this goal,” says Dr. Tomberlin. Since he joined Concordia in 1984, Dr. Tomberlin has held a variety of positions including department chair, associate dean in the school with two different portfolios – research and graduate studies as well as external affairs. He also served as academic director of the MBA program. He has taught at the University of the West Indies, École Supérieur des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales in France and Harvard. He has served as a consultant with a number of major corporations and organizations, including the Royal Bank, General Motors, NASA and Statistics Canada. He has an MA and PhD in statistics from Harvard and a master of public health in biostatistics from the University of Michigan. Dr. Tomberlin succeeds Roland Thomas, who has been acting dean of the Sprott School of Business Roland Thomas since April 2007.

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