Business School Prof Promoted to Assistant Dean
May 16, 2008
Dr. Holly Lutze, an assistant professor in Information Systems and Operations Management, has been promoted by School of Management Dean Hasan Pirkul to assistant dean for undergraduate programs.
In her new role, Dr. Lutze is responsible for advising students, developing undergraduate programs and assisting Dr. Mary Chaffin, associate dean for undergraduate programs, achieve the school’s strategic plan objectives and build its reputation.
“My priorities lie in enhancing existing undergraduate programs in The School of Management and in creating new ones,” Dr. Lutze says. “I want to infuse the undergraduate experience with greater challenge and better preparation.”
“Ultimately, the aim is to make the School of Management the school of choice for undergraduate business students,” she says.
Dr. Lutze received a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and management from Oklahoma State University. She received a master’s degree in engineering-economic systems and operations research and a Ph.D. in management science and engineering from Stanford University.
She teaches production management to undergraduate students and inventory control to graduate students.
“I enjoy seeing the growing confidence,” Dr. Lutze says. “I enjoy helping my students succeed. This new position is one that matches my passion in life, and I am truly lucky that Dean Pirkul has selected me for it.”