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Newsmaker: Lois D. Bryan

| Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
Lois D. Bryan. Robert Morris University's School of Business has named Bryan its new senior associate dean for academic excellence. Newsmaker

Noteworthy: Robert Morris University's School of Business has named Bryan its new senior associate dean for academic excellence.

Residence: McMurray

Family: Daughter, Kelly; son, John Allan; two grandchildren

Education: Accounting, Waynesburg College, 1978; accounting, University of Denver, 1979; master's degree in taxation, Robert Morris University, 2000; doctorate in information systems and communications, RMU, 2006.

Profession: Licensed certified public accountant.

Quote: “It really is an exciting time for the business school. I really care about the school, and they needed somebody with my skills set at this time. I want to be a part of what's going to happen here, all the exciting things that are occurring.”

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