Bebee and Dibartolo Present Paper; Bebee Appointed to MTES Advisory Board
SALISBURY, MD---Dr. Richard F. Bebee, dean of the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury State University, was recently appointed to serve a two-year term on the newly created Maryland Technology Extension Service (MTES) advisory board. The MTES is dedicated to enhancing manufacturing and its economic impact in Maryland.
Bebee was also invited to serve on the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education's Making the Transcript Meaningful Committee, which will work to develop a process to make high school transcripts meaningful to employers.
Bebee and Dr. Gerard R. DiBartolo, associate dean and associate professor of marketing in the Perdue School of Business, participated in the panel discussion "Utilizing Comparative Data to Support Assessment and Continuous Improvement" at the AACSB Outcomes Assessment Seminar in Chicago, IL.