Zorn appointed to oversee undergraduate education at IU Bloomington
Kurt Zorn ’79 MA
(Econ)/’81 PhD (Econ) was
appointed acting vice provost for undergraduate education for Indiana
University Bloomington in July. He was previously associate vice provost for
undergraduate education and a professor in IU’s Paul H. O'Neill School of
Public and Environmental Affairs.
Zorn joined Indiana
University immediately after receiving his Maxwell PhD, and has served as
director of state relations and advisor to the president there; and, at the
O’Neill School, interim dean and associate dean for academic and fiscal
affairs. As a scholar, Zorn specializes in state and local public finance, tax
policy, transportation safety, economic development, and gaming. He has written
more than 60 articles and book chapters, and is co-author of the book Why Airplanes Crash: Aviation Safety in a
Changing World (Oxford University Press). He serves on the editorial board
of Public Budgeting and Finance.
For more on this appointment, see this IU
Bloomington news announcement.