Indiana Tech names its next president

Indiana Tech’s board of trustees announced Monday the college’s next president will be Karl W. Einolf, the current dean of the Richard J. Bolte Sr. School of Business at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md.

Einolf will begin work at Indiana Tech on July 1, succeeding current President Arthur E. Snyder, who is retiring June 30, a university news release said.

Einolf started work at Mount St. Mary’s in 1998 as an assistant professor of business, the news release said.

He since has served as an associate professor (2004-10) and professor (2010-present); director of the university’s honors program (2003-09); director of its Florence study abroad program (2009-10); and director of the BB&T Center for the Study of the Moral Foundations of Capitalism (2010-12).

He also served as Mount St. Mary’s acting president from this past February to June.

Before starting work at Mount St. Mary’s, Einolf served as an instructor at Lehigh University and worked in marketing and finance with Sprint Corp.

The 86-year-old Indiana Tech offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level degrees through its College of Engineering and School of Computer Sciences, College of Business, and College of General Studies, the news release said.

The main campus in Fort Wayne has 1,560 undergraduate students, while its online programs and regional classrooms serve more than 8,000 adult students. <br>

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