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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School New Associate Dean Focuses on Faculty Impact Through Research, Innovation and Diversity

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Newswise — The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has announced that after a thorough and extensive search, Professor Goker Aydin will be the school’s next Associate Dean of Faculty and Research.

Aydin will focus on growing, developing and expanding Carey’s extraordinary faculty and its mission of research, teaching and outreach. He is primarily responsible for recruiting, supporting, developing and retaining a diverse and talented faculty across all tracks and disciplines. Additionally, he builds and maintains partnerships with other Johns Hopkins University schools to extend and deepen Johns Hopkins University’s positive impact on society through collaborative research and innovative implementation. With an unwavering commitment to championing diversity in all its forms, he sets goals for faculty contributions to Carey’s increasingly unique global reputation, as well as strategies for faculty development, promotion and evaluation. Policy development and enforcement. The Faculty’s Approach to Carey’s Culture of Collaboration and Belonging.

Alex Triantis, Dean of Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, said: “In a very impressive field of candidates for this position, he stands out as a perfect fit for what Carey, its students, and its faculty are most looking for at this point in the school’s rapid evolution.” rice field.”

Professor Aydin joined the Carey Business School faculty in 2017 as a Tenured Professor of Operations Management and Business Analytics. He quickly earned a reputation as a service-oriented, thoughtful, impartial, empathetic and highly supportive colleague. I have been supporting. He also led the launch of ambitious new courses such as the He Big Data Consulting Project and Supply Chain Analytics for the full-time He Carey MBA curriculum. Aydin most recently served as Academic Program Director for Carey’s Master of Business Analytics and Risk Management program.

An award-winning educator with honors at Carey and previously with honors at the Indiana University Kerry School of Business and the University of Michigan, Aydin’s academic expertise is in inventory and pricing in the supply chain. is. His latest research concerns socially responsible initiatives to improve the performance of Supply his chain. He has served on the editorial boards of two major journals in his field. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (M&SOM) When production and operations management; He has also received several prestigious and meritorious awards from the journal management science When M&SOM.

“I am honored every day to work with such accomplished and talented colleagues who bring great passion and enthusiasm to research and teaching,” said Aydin. “We are pleased to support faculty in pursuing their research, teaching and outreach goals. It fosters an environment in which people can achieve their full potential and, in doing so, help solve the increasingly interdisciplinary challenges we face as a society.”

Aydin holds a PhD from Stanford University, an MS from Purdue University, and a BS from Bogazici University, all in industrial engineering. After Professor Valerie Saslow has served as Vice Dean for his seven years, he will assume the position of Deputy Dean on his August 16th. Suslow will serve as Senior Advisor to the Dean during this year’s transition period while resuming his full-time faculty role as Professor of Economics at his School of Business Carey.


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