Hertz Foundation Names New President

May 8, 2015

The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation, which supports Ph.D. students in the biological, engineering and physical sciences, has named Carnegie Mellon University's Robbee Baker Kosak its next president. Kosak, who previously served as vice president of university advancement at Carnegie Mellon, is the first woman to lead the foundation. She succeeds Jay Davis, who will step down on June 8.

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