Touro College Appoints New Dean of the Graduate School of Business
Dr. Mary Louise Lo Re to Enhance Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Integration in the College
Dr. Mary Louise Lo Re was appointed Dean of the Touro College Graduate School of Business (GSB) in New York City, Berlin and Moscow, Touro College and University President Dr. Alan Kadish announced.
“Dean Lo Re brings over a decade of impressive real-world business experience gained at global companies as well as proven higher education leadership. We look forward to her expanding key programs at the touro graduate school of business,” said President Kadish.
Dr. Lo Re was the former Director of Business Experiential Learning & Internships at the Nicolais School of Business at Wagner College in Staten Island, New York after previously holding the following leadership roles: Chair, Department of Business Administration; Dean, Department for Lifelong Learning and Interim Associate Provost.
In her new role, she will be responsible for strengthening the individual programs of the school, enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration and integration among appropriate disciplines of the college, managing the academic, personnel, strategic, financial, and administrative operations, and building vital partnerships with alumni and the greater business community.
“I’m extremely excited to be a part of such a dynamic and entrepreneurial college that will enable me to leverage all of my prior experiences to build upon the existing wonderful programs at gsb and create new educational opportunities that are meaningful, practical, transformative and empowering--all to ensure our graduates thrive in a diverse and ever-changing business environment,” said Dean Lo Re.
Dr. Lo Re obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Economics from Queens College and a Ph.D. from the Cuny Graduate Center, specializing in Monetary Theories & Policies and International Trade. She has published numerous journal articles in the areas of corruption and the financial markets, EU/EMU monetary convergence policies and exchange rates and the economic financial crisis. She also is an author of two books as well as two book chapters. Her areas of teaching and research include finance, risk modeling, economics, data analysis/forecasting and international business.
The Touro College Graduate School of Business is focused on its students’ futures, and the future of business. GSB’s academic programs incorporates both theory and real world application, encouraging an enterprising and ambitious spirit while continuing to grow and adjust various programs as the business world changes. For more information visit gsb.touro.edu