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New dean of business school at Bow Valley College aims to boost city s tech sector

New dean of business school at Bow Valley College aims to boost city s tech sector
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Alison Anderson moved to Calgary to take on her new appointment as dean of the Chiu School of Business and Technology and Centre for Entertainment Arts at Bow Valley College a year ago, but due to the pandemic she only recently made her first face-to-face presentation to her students.

But she has kept busy organizing programs and developing new ones. She says the college’s reputation for willingness to try new ways of doing things was a big reason for her accepting the position.
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