Professor C. Timothy Koeller named Interim Dean of the Howe School
Koeller has been a member of Stevens' faculty since 1979
HOBOKEN, N.J. - Professor C. Timothy Koeller has been appointed Interim Dean of the Howe School of Technology Management at Stevens Institute of Technology.
Koeller has been a member of the Stevens faculty since 1979 when he was named an Assistant Professor of Management. He most recently served as Associate Dean for Research and Academics at the Howe School
The Howe School of Technology Management is an integral component of Stevens. As a leading independent technological university, Stevens has many highly ranked educational and research programs, including those of the Howe School. Stevens and the Howe School value leading-edge research and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Koeller earned his PhD in economics from Rutgers University and his research is centered in the fields of industrial and labor economics. He has published research in a number of journals including the Journal of Labor Research, the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and Small Business Economics. He has received research grants from a number of sources, including the US Small Business Administration, Department of Labor, and the NJ Commission on Higher Education.
“Tim is an accomplished academic,” said George Korfiatis, Provost & University Vice President. “It is my great pleasure to announce this appointment.”
Koeller will lead the Howe School , with its 44 full-time faculty, 200 undergraduate, 1,200 MS students, 120 MBA students, 80 executive master’s students and 25 Ph.D. students until the position of Dean is filled.
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