Brandeis International Business School, 2003 – 2006

With a new name and building in place, the Brandeis International Business School embarked on a rapid period of growth. Our main objectives were to improve the faculty and expand enrollments, and to raise funding to accomplish these goals. A strong group of Overseers made large contributions to these efforts.

In late 2005 I announced my decision to step down as Dean, having served for twenty years in administrative positions with the Lemberg Program, GSIEF and IBS. At that time we reviewed and updated our 2001 plan, noting key achievements as well as steps that a new Dean could follow while he/she was developing a new plan. Unfortunately we were not able to recruit a new Dean that year, but fortunately in September 2006 Professor Tren Dolbear, who had been associated with the school throughout its history took over as Interim Dean.

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EXPANDING OUR FOOTPRINT (LITERALLY AND OTHERWISE)

We change our name

Our first archived website as International Business School (click to step back in time)

Click to get the story on why GSIEF became IBS

We get a new building

Click for the photo sequence of the Lemberg Center construction

MAKING SENSE OF A TURBULENT WORLD ECONOMY

Lemberg Center Opening: Celebrates Brandeis’ legacy for business education

Program for celebration (click for detail)
Celebration book on Brandeis (click for book)

Entrepreneurship in Diverse Spheres: Daymond John and Bill Drayton

Click here for more on Daymond John, Bill Drayton and the Brandeis story


Rosenberg Institute: Winning Back the World (Post 9/11)


A presidential visit

Peter Petri, PresidentJehuda Reinharz, President Vaclav Klaus (Czech Republic), Stephen Cecchetti

KEY DOCUMENTS

Building the Brandeis Global Business School: Review and Update, 2006

Commencement Address 2017 — Lan Xue ’90 MA ’91

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