The UvA Executive Council has decided to extend the appointment of Professor Han Van Dessel as Dean of the School of Economics and Business for a period of six months. Van Dessel’s second term as rector was initially scheduled to end in the summer of 2021; The term has been extended until February 2022.
The extension is mainly due to the importance of continuity within the college, with special consideration given to the Corona crisis. The decision was made after consulting with the College Business Council and the College Student Council.
‘As a university, we are in a difficult phase in which we are constantly facing new challenges due to the Corona crisis. So I am very pleased that Han is willing to stay a little longer as dean, so that the faculty can continue to benefit from his experience, knowledge and skills.. At the start of 2022, the School of Economics and Business will celebrate the passage of time, and this also means that it will still be able to play an active role in it, says Executive Board Chairman Geert Ten Dam. . Together with his team, he put the teaching and research of the School of Economics and Business on the international map and was able to keep it there. We also highly appreciate his participation in subjects within the university that exceeds his faculty.
Van Dissel joined UvA in 2011 as Dean of the School of Economics and Business, and Professor of Business Administration, particularly teaching Organizational Operations and Informatics. This was followed by his reassignment in 2016. Both periods were for five years. Before coming to UvA, Van Dissel was the General Director of the Center for European Perennial Education (Cedep) in Fontainebleau near Paris. From 2002 to 2007, he was Dean of the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
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