Alexander J. Triantis
Dean and Professor, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University
Alex Triantis joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School as dean in 2019. Prior to joining Carey Business School, Triantis served as dean of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and, before that, chair of the school’s Finance Department. Previously, he was a visiting scholar at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and an assistant and associate professor of finance at the University of Wisconsin.
An expert in the areas of corporate financial strategy and valuation, Triantis has published articles in numerous academic journals, served on several journal editorial boards, and consulted and led training for many multinational corporations. Businessweek named Triantis an Outstanding Professor at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Maryland, and he is a two-time recipient of Maryland Smith’s top teaching award for faculty.
In addition to his role on AACSB’s board, Triantis has served as vice president for global services on the board of the Financial Management Association International. Triantis received his PhD in industrial engineering from Stanford University and his BASc and MEng degrees from the University of Toronto.