November 12, 1998
Vol. 18 No. 4

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    GSB alumnus is elected to the Board of Trustees

    [dennis keller] Dennis Keller, who received his M.B.A. from Chicago’s Graduate School of Business in 1968, has been elected to the University’s Board of Trustees, effective Oct. 29.

    Keller, who co-founded the Keller Graduate School of Management in 1973, began his business career at Motorola’s Communications Group and at Bell & Howell Communications Company. In 1987, Keller Graduate School acquired the assets of DeVry Inc., the holding company for the DeVry Institutes of Technology. The new DeVry Inc. completed an initial public offering in 1991.

    A resident of Hinsdale, Ill., Keller is a director of Templeton, Kenly & Co., Precision Plastics of Indiana Inc., NICOR Inc., the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and the Great Books Foundation. He is vice chairman and trustee of the Chicago Zoological Society and a trustee of Rush Presbyterian-St. Lukes Medical Center, the Glenwood School for Boys and the George M. Pullman Educational Foundation.

    Keller received his undergraduate degree in economics from Princeton University. He has been an active volunteer at both Princeton and Chicago, serving on Princeton’s board of trustees since 1994 and as Chairman of the Council on the Graduate School of Business at Chicago, also since 1994.