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Daniel Rodas

Daniel Rodas, American academic administrator, management educator. Recipient Rising Star award, National Association College and University Business Officers, 1999; grantee Henry J. Kaiser fellowship, Stanford University, 1991-1993. Trustee College Board.


  • Rodas, Daniel was born on December 8, 1963 in Rochester, New York, United States. Son of Howard M. and Sally A. Rodas.

  • Education

    • Bachelor cum laude, Williams College, 1985. Master of Education, Harvard University, 1988. Master of Business Administration, Stanford University, 1993.

      Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1998.


    • Assistant to directors Harvard School Public health, Boston, 1988—1999. Deputy director graduate programs Harvard School Public Health, 1989. Assistant to vice provost Stanford University, 1993—1997.

      Special assistant to executive vice president Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1997—1999, assistant vice president, 1999—2003. Provost Southampton College Long Island University, New York, 2003—2005, vice president planning, since 2005, vice president, human resources, since 2009. Assistant professor of the practice Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1998—2002, associate professor of the practice, North Carolina, 2002—2003.

      Visiting assistant professor North Carolina State, 1999—2003.


    • Author: Resource Allocation in Private Research Universities, 2001.


    Trustee College Board.



    Reading, travel, physical fitness.


    • father: Howard M.
    • mother: Sally A. Rodas
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    Born December 8, 1963
    (age 53)
    • 1985
      Williams College
    • 1988
      Harvard University
    • 1993
      Stanford University
    • 1998
      Stanford University
    • 1988 - 1999
      Assistant, to directors Harvard School Public health
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1989
      deputy director, graduate programs Harvard School Public Health
    • 1993 - 1997
      assistant, to vice provost Stanford University
    • 1997 - 1999
      special assistant, to executive vice president Duke University
      Durham, United Kingdom
    • 2003 - 2005
      provost Southampton College Long Island University
      New York, United States
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