Associate professor Ken Fox has been named interim dean for the Hamline School of Business. He will begin his new duties on April 8.
A Hamline faculty member for the past 15 years, Fox has taught classes in all of Hamline’s five schools (College of Liberal Arts, School of Education, School of Law, Graduate School of Liberal Studies, and School of Business), helping Hamline to present an interdisciplinary approach to the study of conflict and constructive conflict response.
As university-wide director for conflict studies, he led the development of the College of Liberal Arts undergraduate conflict studies program and the conflict management program in the School of Business. He serves as a senior fellow in the School of Law’s Dispute Resolution Institute and helps to coordinate the School of Business’ conflict management program. Fox also represents the School of Business on the university’s faculty council and chairs its Academic Program Committee.
Previously, Fox served on the university’s Diversity Integration Standing Committee, Academic Program Review Committee, and Mission and Identity Committee. He has also served on the Master of Business Administration Curriculum Development Committee, School of Business Tenure & Promotion Policy Committee, Holt Fellowship Committee and chaired a previous School of Business dean’s search committee, as well as a number of academic and program committees in the School of Law and College of Liberal Arts.