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Rachel DuBois Appointed Director of Undergraduate Recruitment

Rachel DuBois Appointed Director of Undergraduate Recruitment

Rachel DuBois has been appointed director of undergraduate recruitment at Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management, effective Aug. 1.

DuBois has been an academic advisor for the Undergraduate Program at the Whitman School for more than four years. Before coming to Whitman she spent time working with student-athletes for the Syracuse University Athletic Department, based in the Stevenson Educational Center.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rachel to this role where she can continue her passion for helping students,” said Lindsay Quilty, assistant dean for undergraduate programs. “Rachel brings a wealth of knowledge about the Whitman School’s academic programs and will help us pursue our goal of recruiting a first year class of diverse, engaged and academically driven students.”

She completed her B.S. in finance from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and her M.S. in higher education from Syracuse University. She resides in Manlius, New York with her husband and two children.

About the Whitman School

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University  inspires students for a world of accelerating change. Offering B.S., MBA, M.S. and Ph.D. programs, all accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Whitman School’s faculty includes internationally known scholars and researchers, as well as successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. Whitman continues to be ranked among the nation’s top business schools by U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek. To learn more about the Whitman School of Management, visit Whitman.syr.edu.

About Syracuse University

Founded in 1870, Syracuse University is a private international research university dedicated to advancing knowledge and fostering student success through teaching excellence, rigorous scholarship and interdisciplinary research. Comprising 11 academic schools and colleges, the University has a long legacy of excellence in the liberal arts, sciences and professional disciplines that prepares students for the complex challenges and emerging opportunities of a rapidly changing world. Students enjoy the resources of a 270-acre main campus and extended campus venues in major national metropolitan hubs and across three continents. Syracuse’s student body is among the most diverse for an institution of its kind across multiple dimensions, and students typically represent all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Syracuse also has a long legacy of supporting veterans and is home to the nationally recognized Institute for Veterans and Military Families, the first university-based institute in the U.S. focused on addressing the unique needs of veterans and their families. To learn more about Syracuse University, visit syracuse.edu.