Finance Expert Light Becomes Harvard Business Dean

April 25, 2006
Jay O. Light, acting dean of the Harvard Business School since last July, now has the main role, Harvard University announced on April 24. Light, an expert in finance and investment management, succeeds Kim Clark, who left last summer to become president ...

Jay O. Light, acting dean of the Harvard Business School since last July, now has the main role, Harvard University announced on April 24. Light, an expert in finance and investment management, succeeds Kim Clark, who left last summer to become president of Brigham Young University-Idaho. Light has been a member of the Harvard Business School faculty since 1970.

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