Meet the Dean
Dr. Mark Herrmann
Dean, School of Management
He earned his undergraduate and master's degrees in agricultural economics from the University of California Davis in 1982 and 1985, respectively, and a Ph.D. in agricultural economics from Washington State University in 1990.
Mark is a fisheries economist and has performed extensive research on Alaska's salmon, halibut, crab and Pollock fisheries. Mark has completed more than 30 externally funded projects for federal and state agencies including the National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, NOAA and Alaska Sea Grant. He also served on the scientific and statistical committee and the crab plan team of the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council.
History with SOM
Prior to becoming Dean, Dr. Herrmann was the SOM Interim and Associate Dean. Dr. Herrmann has been with the School of Management for over 20 years.
As Dean, Mark supervises the various SOM academic programs. Under Herrmann's leadership, SOM has continued to meet the rigorous standards set forth by the professional education community and has again achieved premier business school accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Mark enjoys fishing and coaching youth baseball during the summers. He and his wife Diane have three sons: Jake, Ben and Dylan.
- Williams, A. H., Herrmann, M. L. , & Criddle, K. R. (2009). The Effects of Chilean Coho Salmon and Trout Aquaculture on Markets for Alaskan Sockeye Salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 29, 1777-1796.
- Criddle, K. R. & Herrmann, M. (2008). A State Space Bioeconomic Model of Pacific Halibut. Natural Resource Modelling, 21 (1), 117-147.
- Herrmann, M. L. & Greenberg, J. (2007). The Demand and Allocation of Alaska and Canadian Snow Crab. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 55 (1), 27-48.
- Herrmann, M. L. & Criddle, K. (2006). An Econometric Market Model for the Pacific Halibut Fishery. Marine Resource Economics, 21 (2), 129-158.
- Herrmann, M. L., Xu, P., Dong, L. C. , Fong, Q. S. , & Crapo, C. (2006). Rating Alaska Salmon Protein Concentrate in China. Journal of Food Products Marketing, 12 (1), 57-85.