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Welcome aboard: A new trustee

The University’s Board of Trustees elected Dennis Keller, MBA’68, as its newest member this fall. Keller began his career at Motorola and was vice president of finance at Bell & Howell before cofounding the Keller Graduate School of Management in 1973. Fourteen years later, the school acquired the assets of DeVry, Inc., the holding company for the DeVry Institutes of Technology. A director of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and the Great Books Foundation, Keller is also vice chair and trustee of the Chicago Zoological Society and a trustee of Rush–Presbyterian–St. Luke’s Medical Center and the George M. Pullman Educational Foundation. Recipient of the GSB’s 1997 distinguished entrepreneurial alumnus award, he has chaired the Council on the Graduate School of Business since 1994.