Paul Schiff Berman has been at the helm of the George Washington University Law School only since July 2011, but his willingness to experiment caught the eye of university leaders. Provost Steven Lerman announced on November 12 that Berman would leave the deanship at the start of 2013 to assume the newly created position of vice provost for online education and academic innovation. In that role, Berman will spearhead the university’s “efforts to realize the great promise of online and hybrid education,” Lerman said in announcing the move.
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