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Wharton Ethics Maven Shuffles Off His Mortal Coil

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The Wharton School announced the death of Thomas Dunfee, former Vice-Dean of the school's undergraduate division, in an email to students yesterday. Dunfee, a professor in the Legal Studies and Business Ethics division, worked for 34 years at the school. R.I.P. Tom. (Here's a link to the memorial site Wharton set up for him.)
So what does this mean for the school housed under the Eye of Sauron, a.k.a Huntsman Hall? Let the speculation begin on who Wharton brings in to replace Dunfee and teach the up-and-coming "masters of the universe" "ethics."

--by DealBreaker intern and Senior B-School Correspondent Travis.


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