Berkeley College announced Tuesday that its Larry L. Luing School of Business has a new dean.Beth M. Castiglia has been appointed to oversee the business school for Berkeley, which is best known for its online programs but also has six on-ground locations in New Jersey. In this role, she will be charged with maintaining academic standards and overseeing faculty hiring, among other tasks.
“As dean, Dr. Castiglia will provide academic and administrative leadership for the Larry L. Luing School of Business, and further curriculum development that engages Berkeley College students so they can achieve success,” college Provost Marianne P. Vakalis said in a prepared statement. “… She also has a deep commitment to the importance of diversity and global learning in the Berkeley College curriculum, and their relevance to career success.”
Castiglia was most recently the dean of the School of Business at Felician College in Lodi, in addition to serving as a professor. She has also taught at Ramapo College and Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Berkeley has sites in Woodland Park, Paramus, Woodbridge, Newark, Clifton and Dover.
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