Law dean defines priorities for his first term

Settling into his office feels a bit like a homecoming for Sanjeev Anand, and he has returned to the U of S with very firm ideas about what he hopes to accomplish in his first term as dean of the College of Law.

By Colleen MacPherson
Anand took up his new post July 1, leaving the University of Alberta to return to the law school where he served as an assistant professor from 1999-2001. In an interview with OCN, the new dean talked about curriculum reform and expanding graduate programs as being high on his priority list. He also spoke about the advantages of being part of the team of deans at the U of S, how his life has changed since taking on the new position, and what happens when you have the same name as someone else on campus.

Read the full story in the Aug. 26 print issue of On Campus News.