David Chu, associate professor of accounting and director of the College’s Carlyse and Arthur A. Ciocca ’59 Center for Business, Ethics, and Society has announced that he will be retiring at the end of this academic year, closing a 31-year career at Holy Cross.
Chu joined the Holy Cross faculty in 1991 and was promoted to associate
professor in 1997. “I have had a wonderful 31-year career at Holy Cross, starting in the fall of 1991 as an accounting professor in the economics department, and subsequently directing the business program for the last 16 years,” he says. “I am extremely grateful for all the support and camaraderie given to me by the administration, colleagues, and alumni.”
Cassie Gevry, associate director, and Kathy Kinnarney, program coordinator, of the Ciocca Center, share that he will be missed for his leadership, support, and friendship over the years. Students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumni should continue to connect with the Ciocca Center through these contacts.
The College community wishes David a happy and healthy retirement!
Read the announcement in the Holy Cross Magazine and the interview by Conor Joslin ’23 on the blog.