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181 Years of Service for Retiring Merrick Faculty

Over the past five years, the Merrick School of Business has welcomed quite a few professors to the faculty and had very few departures. But on May 16, the school held a farewell luncheon for six distinguished business professors who are retiring from the school.

These gentlemen were recognized for their many years of selfless service to the School of Business:

  • Hossein Arsham, professor emeritus of decision science (30 years)
  • Alberto Bento, professor emeritus of information systems (21 years)
  • David T. Levy, professor of economics (24 years)
  • Vince Luchsinger, professor emeritus of management (32 years)
  • S. Lee Richardson, professor of marketing (30 years)
  • John Sigler, associate professor of accounting (42 years)

To our faculty colleagues: Best wishes in your retirement.

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