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Teresa CostantinidisTeresa Costantinidis, MBA 03, has been promoted to chief operating officer and senior assistant dean of the Haas School . In her new role, Costantinidis will oversee all school affairs except academic and instruction matters. Prior to joining Haas as assistant dean for Budget and Operations in 1999, she served under Chancellors Heyman, Tien, and Berdahl. She earned her MBA in 2003 through the Evening & Weekend MBA program

 

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Julia MinJulia Min will join the Haas School in August as the new executive director of the Full-time MBA Program. Min comes to Haas with eight years of MBA admissions experience from NYU Stern, where she currently serves as the assistant dean for MBA admissions.

Min joined Stern in 1996 as the assistant director of admissions and moved up the ranks to assistant dean. She holds an MA in International Education from NYU and a BA in the History of Religion from the University of Virginia .

 

 

Nora Silver Nora Silver has been appointed executive director of the Haas School 's Nonprofit and Public Management Program. Silver will oversee the expansion of nonprofit and public management business offerings throughout the Haas curriculum and will teach several courses. Since 1990, Silver has served as a strategy and organizational consultant and as founding director of The Volunteerism Project. She earned her Ph.D. in psychology at the Professional School of Psychology and her MA in human relations at San Francisco State University .


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