Pullin also is chair of the OU Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth. Boren said the permanent successor for Kenneth Evans will be named after an appropriate selection process.
Pullin — who earned degrees in accounting, finance and law from OU and an MBA from Harvard Business School — currently teaches in the Price College of Business, where he received the OU Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
He joined OU in 2006 as executive director of OU’s Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth after serving with McKinsey & Co., a global consulting firm, and Hicks Muse Tate & Furst, a private equity fund.
Pullin serves on the board of directors for the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, Southwest Nanotechnologies, the Norman Economic Development Coalition and the Oklahoma Academy. Pullin is also on the board of advocates for OU’s K20 Center and the OU JCPenney Leadership Center.