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Stewart Joins Board of Trustees

Alumnus Robert Stewart, AA’94, BS’98 (Metro), chief operating officer and executive vice president of Allergan, has been elected to the University’s Board of Trustees for a three-year term.

“We are delighted to add Robert Stewart to the Board of Trustees,” said Christopher Capuano, president of FDU. “His leadership, experience and background in the pharmaceutical industry will be of great value to the University.”

Allergan, headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, is a global pharmaceutical company and a leader in growth pharma.

Stewart has served as Allergan’s chief operating officer since May 2016. Prior to this, he served as president, generics and global operations; chief operating officer; and president, global operations. He joined the company (then Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) in 2009 as senior vice president, global operations.

For more information about Stewart go to Stewart press release.

Joining Stewart on the board are Stephen Bozer, MBA’06 (Metro), president of the Alumni Association Board of Governors, and David Rosen, anthropology (Metro), president of the Faculty Senate.

Bozer is senior director of sales and marketing at Teva API, Inc., one of the world’s leading generic drug manufacturers. Among his areas of expertise are analytical and process chemistry, pharmaceutical development of brand and generic drugs, manufacturing equipment and FDA regulations on pharmaceuticals.

In 2015, Bozer was named to the inaugural Silberman College of Business “50 Under 50” list of exceptional alumni.

An FDU faculty member since 1981, Rosen teaches a variety of courses such as Cultural Anthropology, African Peoples and Cultures, Law and the Family, Anthropology of War and Criminal Law. In 2008, he was honored with the Distinguished Faculty Award for Research and Scholarship.

Rosen is the author of Child Soldiers in the Western Imagination: From Patriots to Victims and Armies of the Young: Child Soldiers in War and Terrorism.