NYU Stern Searches for a New Dean

Thomas Cooley, NYU Stern’s dean, has announced that he is stepping down from the post that he has held since 2002. The school has started its search for Cooley’s replacement. While Cooley’s announcement may seem somewhat abrupt, it sounds as though he simply wants to get back to more research and teaching.

It will surely take a lot of work for Stern to replace Cooley with someone just as capable. Under his leadership, the school hired more than 90 new faculty members and raised $190 million in its most recent fund-raising effort. Cooley also significantly increased NYU Stern’s international footprint, setting up join programs with schools in Asia and Europe.

If you’re applying this year, take a look at this year’s NYU Stern application essays, and visit the Veritas Prep Business School Selector to see what your chances of getting into Stern are.


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