The dean of the Henry W. Bloch School of Management at the University of Missouri-Kansas City announced his plans to step down, and the university is gearing up to find his replacement.
David Donnelly was named dean in 2014 after Teng-Kee Tan left for health reasons. When Donnelly took the position, he said he would lead UMKC’s business school for three years and then return to the classroom full time, teaching in the department of accountancy.
UMKC plans to name a new leader for the Bloch School in 2017.
Read more: Kansas City Star