As Assistant Dean for Planning and Growth at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School (HLS), Doug Goldstein is responsible for devising and implementing policies to grow the school and enable it to reach its goals of academic excellence, financial sustainability, and a global footprint. Goldstein oversees a team whose responsibilities include curriculum development, student services and recruitment, budget, fundraising, and human resources. Prior to joining HLS, Goldstein was the Assistant Dean at IU’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), where he was responsible for creating new academic programs, including several joint ventures with other schools at IU. While at SPEA, Goldstein also created the Civic Leaders Living Learning Center, a residential, academic, and co-curricular program for exceptional students. Goldstein has also been an Assistant Dean at IU’s College of Arts and Science, where he focused on curriculum development. Goldstein has been selected to participate in several leadership training programs, including the KIPP Leadership Design Fellowship, the Center for Creative Leadership’s Leadership Development Program, and the Indiana University Executive Leadership Institute. Goldstein has a Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University, where he explored ways in which American realist fiction challenges post-structuralist views of imitation. After receiving his Ph.D., he taught for three years in the Princeton Writing Program. His undergraduate degree is from Yale College.