Newsmaker: Howard Stern
Noteworthy: Named co-director of Carlow University's master's program in business administration.
Residence: Squirrel Hill
Family: Wife, Rhonda Wasserman; sons, Eric, 20, Scott, 20, and Benny, 18.
Education: University of Pittsburgh, 1981, political science; 1983, master of public administration; 1993, master of information sciences; West Virginia University, 2006, Ph.D. in public policy.
Quote: “We're excited about developing the MBA program to its fullest. We really want the students to be marketable for the future, and we want them to apply (their education) in an ethical and meaningful way.”
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