has the vision to make the Olin School one of the top business schools,
and the energy and perseverance to make it happen. Working with Stuart
is a joy, because he is constantly challenging the status quo."
F. Knight, Chairman of the Board, Emerson Electric Co.
naturally brings people into the circlethat's very important. He
is very innovative, has enormous energy, and will always take you to the
next level. I have the highest regard for him."
Donald P. Jacobs,
Dean Emeritus, Kellogg School of Management
Greenbaum is a true believer in what he says. He levels the playing field,
and he cares. And his wife [economist Elaine Wache Greenbaum, A.B. '60]
is a wonderful person, too!"
Marcella Gillie, Retired Principal and Consultant to Olin's Total Quality
commitment to the School and its constituencies gives him great credibility.
He has great enthusiasm, which inspires faculty, staff, and students.
He is also very creative, constantly seeking and generating new ideas
for advancing the School."
Kerry E. Back, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
and the Vernon W. and Marion K. Piper Professor of Financial Economics
most amazing to me about Stuart is his burning desire to elevate the School
to new heights; he always has a healthy dissatisfaction! He's a great
example to all of us of what we can accomplish working together with the
right kind of leadership."
John Danahy, E.M.B.A. '85, Chairman, Famous-Barr Division of the May
Department Stores Company
is an energetic and creative dean who has shepherded the business school
to a leadership position in America. The completion of the Knight Center
is a signal achievement in this advancement. He is a great university
citizen and an ardent advocate for inclusiveness and diversity on campus.
We are fortunate that he serves in an era of such importance to the University."
Mark S. Wrighton, Chancellor, Washington University
in St. Louis