Monica Adya becomes first female dean at Rutgers Camden business school

Rutgers University–Camden has appointed Monica Adya, a business education innovator and scholar in information technology workforce issues, as dean of its school of business. Effective March 30, Adya will become the first woman to serve as dean of the Rutgers–Camden business school.

According to Rutgers-Camden News Now, in her new role, Adya will develop the academic and administrative operations of the Rutgers–Camden business school, which has 1,488 undergraduate and 451 graduate students.

Adya currently serves as chairwoman of the management department at Marquette University’s business school

“Adya earned her Ph.D. in management from Case Western Reserve University in 1997, her master’s degree in computer systems management from Creighton University in 1991, and her bachelor’s degree from Shri Ram College of Commerce in India in 1989.

She is married to Neeraj Adya, head of diagnostics at Genmab in Princeton, New Jersey.

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