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Fuhrman Leaving As Education School Dean

Susan Fuhrman, dean of Penn's Graduate School of Education, will leave the University in July to become president of Columbia University's Teachers College, University officials have announced.
Susan Fuhrman, dean of Penn's Graduate School of Education, will leave the University in July to become president of Columbia University's Teachers College, University officials have announced.

Fuhrman has been dean of GSE since 1995, when she came to Penn from Rutgers. She has her doctorate in Political Science and Education from Columbia and has previously taught at the Teachers College.

In its most recent rankings, U.S. News and World Report placed Columbia's school in a tie for second, while Penn GSE was ranked seventh.

This article appeared in the May 4th, 2006 publication of The Daily Pennsylvanian.

Published Monday, May. 8, 2006

Fuhrman Leaving As Education School Dean

Susan Fuhrman, dean of Penn's Graduate School of Education, will leave the University in July to become president of Columbia University's Teachers College, University officials have announced.

Fuhrman has been dean of GSE since 1995, when she came to Penn from Rutgers. She has her doctorate in Political Science and Education from Columbia and has previously taught at the Teachers College.

In its most recent rankings, U.S. News and World Report placed Columbia's school in a tie for second, while Penn GSE was ranked seventh.

This article appeared in the May 4th, 2006 publication of The Daily Pennsylvanian.

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