Greg Mosier has served as dean of the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno since 2007.
His responsibilities as dean include management and administrative support for approximately 75 faculty, 35 professionals and staff, and 3,500 students. The College of Business's academic programs include BS, MS, MBA, and doctoral level programs. These include the departments of accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management, and marketing. Also reporting to him are the Nevada Small Business Development Center Statewide Program, the Nevada Business Environment Program, the Center for Regional Studies, the University Economic Development Center, and the Ozmen Center for Entrepreneurship.
Mosier serves on the PBS Reno Public Broadcasting Board of Trustees and the Reno Sparks Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. She also serves on the International Advisory Board of the SGH Warsaw School of Economics and is a frequent contributor to AACSB's global business school accreditation activities.
As dean, he led the university's strategic planning through initiatives in student success, research excellence, economic development, and international studies. He developed a new university advisory board, a corporate partner program, a comprehensive student study abroad program, and a university marketing campaign that included publications, print media, and electronic media.
Mr. Mosier previously served as interim dean of Oklahoma State University's Spears School of Business, associate dean at Oklahoma State University, Professor of Regents Services, and Puterbaugh Professor of Business Law. He is a former corporate attorney who worked in the oil and gas industry in Texas and passed the state bar exams in Kansas, Texas, and Oklahoma. Mosier is the author or co-author of numerous journal articles and publications with research focused on technology and law, commercial law, and international business.
Dean Mosier received his bachelor's degree in secondary biology education from Oklahoma State University, his J.D. from the University of Kansas, and his Ph.D. She earned her doctorate in higher education administration from Oklahoma State University.