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Dean Larry Singell

Moya Andrews interviews economist and new dean of IU Bloomington's Collage of Arts and Sciences Larry Singell.

Larry Singell in dark suit, white shirt, and red tie

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Larry Singell

From my perspective I think it’s really important in life to continually seek out challenges, to try to broaden your horizons, to think about new things.

Larry D. Singell, Jr. is the new dean at the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University Bloomington.

Previously, he was the associate dean for social sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oregon.

Singell is an economist who has worked extensively in the field of applied labor economics. His research focuses on the role that education plays in labor-market outcomes.

He has studied the effects of financial aid programs, such as the Pell grant, on access, retention, graduation, and institution choice within higher education.

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