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WESTMINSTER SCHOOL MAKES CHANGES

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Changes in the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business at Westminster College have been announced by Charles H. Dick, college president. They will be effective July 1.

James E. Seidelman has been appointed dean of the Gore School of Business and Charles Ehin has been appointed director of the school's Center for Innovation and International Business and will resume teaching in the school full-time.Seidelman is an associate professor of economics and director of the college's master of business administration program. Prior to that he was director of the economics program and has been on the Westminster faculty since 1980.

He received his bachelor's degree in economics from Eastern Illinois

University and his doctorate degree in economics from the University of Utah. He also is a consultant to several corporations based in the Intermountain Area and belongs to several professional organizations.

Ehin served as dean of the college's School of Business and and was a professor of management for seven years. Prior to starting with Westminster, Ehin was manager for organizational development at E-Systems' Montek Division in Salt Lake City and held numerous management positions in the U.S. Air Force.

Ehin has a bachelor's degree from Colgate University, a master's degree from Syracuse University and a doctorate degree from the University of Oklahoma.