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2001 The Senton Hall Provost was Mel Shay. There were 11 e-mails sent from the Office of the Provost in the year of 2001. The size of the file was 265 kilobytes. The contents of the file included snow closings, outreach for class management, selection of department chairs within the university, 2001-2002 faculty compensation increments, September 11th “Listen, Reflect, and Learn” event, announcement of Senton Hall institutional review board (IRB) website, appointment of Mary F. Ruzicka as director of Senton Hall IRB, as well as 2001 Senton Hall departmental members for rank and tenure committees. 2002 The Senton Hall Provost in 2002 was Mel Shay. There were 13 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in the year of 2002. The size of the file was 265 kilobytes. The contents of the file included snow closings, application requirements for 2002-2003 tenure and sabbatical, 2002 Senton Hall department members for rank and tenure committees announcement, appointment of MaryAnn Clark as acting dean of School of Graduate Medical Education. 2003 The Senton Hall Provost in 2003 was Mel Shay. There were 15 e-mails sent overall form the Office of the Provost in the year of 2003. The file size was 265 kilobytes. The contents of the file included snow closings, announcement for research at the Senton Hall University to go through Senton Hall University IRB, application requirements for 2003-2004 promotion, tenure and sabbatical, and 2003 Senton Hall department members for rank and tenure committees announcement. 2004 The Senton Hall Provost for 2004 transitioned from Mel Shay to Thomas K. Lindsey. There were 55 e-mails overall sent from the Office of the Provost in 2004. The file size was 2.249 megabytes. The contents of the file included snow closing, Middle States Accreditation final report, appointment of Dean of University Libraries, Howard F. McGinn, Ph.D., Middle States Accreditation team visit, appointment of director of Senton Hall University IRB, Mary F. Ruzicka, appointment of the director of Educational Opportunity Program, Dr. Byrd, applications requirements for 2004-2005 promotion, tenure and sabbatical, 2004 Senton Hall University department member for rank and tenure committees announcement. There are several blank e-mails in this series. 2005 The Senton Hall Provost for 2005 was Thomas K. Lindsey. There were 59 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2005. The file size was 2.249 megabytes. Content in this file include an early warning system for failing student reminder, Call for Student Participation in Petersheim Academic Exposition, Announcement of Petersheim Academic Exposition, Office of Grants and Research Workshops, 2005-2006 Fullbright Scholarship Program, Provost’s Distinguished Speaker series, Faculty Research Day, Dean Clay Constantinou departure from Senton Hall, resignation of Vera Lee Byrd from Educational Opportunity Program, appointment of Erwin Ponder as acting director of Educational Opportunity Program, Dean Search: John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy, Faculty Convention, Applications for Promotion, Tenure and Sabbatical, establishment of Center for Urban Development and Research (Urban Center), Constitution Day, Appointment of David Edwards as Radiation Safety Officer at Senton Hall University, University of Rank and Tenure Committees announcement, Farwell Tribute to Sister Rose, appointment of Erwin Ponder as director of Educational Opportunity Program, Poland’s first democratically elected leader speaks at Senton Hall University, appointment of Brian Shulman as Acting Dean of the School of Graduate Medical Education, appointment of Jonathan Engel as Acting Associate Provost for Academic Administration, Lech Walesa, former president of Poland, speaks at Senton Hall University, Mass of the Immaculate Conception announcement. 2006 The Senton Hall Provost for 2006 transitioned from Thomas K. Lindsey to an interim provost Fredrick F. Travis. There were 34 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2006. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. Contents included in this file are snow closing, Martin Luther King Jr. Day observation, Matthew Petersheim Exposition 10th anniversity notice, Early Warning System for failing students notice, departure of Molly Smith from the position as Dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, appointment of Joseph Marbach as acting dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Father Paul Holmes asked to remain as interim dean for John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy, China Strategy Steering Committee announcement, Constitution Day, Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbatical application requirements, director of international programs search candidate announcement, search committee for the dean of the School Graduate Medical Education, university planning and budget committee for fiscal year 2017 announcement, university rank and tenure committee announcement. 2007 Fredrick F. Travis transitioned from interim provost to official Provost in 2007. There were 22 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2007. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. E-mail series only contains e-mails from January to September. The contents included in this file are early warning system for failing students, President’s Day notice, 11th Matthew Petersheim Exposition notice, creation of Fellowship Advisor position for external rewards, appointment of Brian Shulman as Dean of School of Graduate Medical Education, application for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbatical requirements, and announcement of International Week at Senton Hall. 2008 The e-mails for the Office of the Provost are incomplete in 2008. There was 1 e-mail sent from the Office of the Provost in 2008. The file size is 265 kilobytes. The e-mail only contains an e-mail from October. The contents included pertain to International Week Closing Ceremony. 2009 There was 1 e-mail sent from the Office of the Provost in 2009. The file size is 265 kilobytes. There is one e-mail from March. The rest of the year is missing. There is no way to tell who the provost was in 2009 based on the available e-mails. Note: the most of the e-mails for the Office of the Provost from 2008 and 2009 are missing, so it is impossible to tell who is Provost, or note important announcements made from the Office of the Provost 2010 It is unclear who the Senton Hall Provost is for 2010. There were 9 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2010. The file size is 265 kilobytes. The e-mails available run from March through May. The rest of the year’s e-mails are missing. The contents included in this file are the suspension of Provost Faculty Scholarship Awards for journal articles, books from prestigious publishers and translations, 14th Matthew Peterheim Exposition notice, lecture notice on tenure process at Senton Hall University, professor of the year award notice, and application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbatical. 2011 The Senton Hall Provost for 2011 is Dr. Larry A. Robinson. The e-mails from January through June are missing in this file. There are 22 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2011. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. The contents included in this file are appointment of Dr. Alyssa McCloud as vice president of Enrollment Management, appointment of Dr. Nancy Low-Hogan as dean of the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, appointment of Dr. Nicholas Snow as Associate Provost for Finance and Administration, appointment of Dr. Anthony C. Sciglitano, Jr. as director of Core Curriculum Department at Senton Hall University, updated procedure notice for Promotion, Tenure and Sabbatical, appointment of Dr. Hasani Carter as Associate Dean/Director of Educational Opportunity Fund program in department of Special Academic Program, Matthew Peterheim Academic Exposition notice, Middle States Review notice, departure of Dr. Laura A. Wankel from the position of vice president for student affairs, and appointment of Dr. Tracy Gottlieb as Vice President of Student Services. 2012 The Senton Hall Provost for 2012 is Dr. Larry A. Robinson. There were 44 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2012. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. The contents of this file include the appointment of John E. Buschman as dean of University Libraries, 16th Annual Peterheim Academic Exposition notice, “Strength to Strength” strategic plan notice, Dr. Joseph DePierro to step down as dean of College of Education and Human Services, Middle States review and commission announcements, appointment of Dr. Ines A. Murzaku as chair of Department of Catholic Studies in the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, appointment of Dr. Michael S. Zavada as dean of College of Arts and Sciences, appointment of Dr. Joyce A. Strawser as dean of the Stillman School of Business, appointment of Dr. Joan Guetti as senior associate provost, Reverend Monsignor Robert F. Coleman steps down as dean of the graduate School of Theology and rector of Immaculate Conception Seminary, appointment of Reverend Monsignor Joseph R. Reilly as Rector/Dean of Immaculate Seminary/School of Theology, application requirement for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals, departure of Reverend Monsignor Thomas P. Nydegger, M.Div, Ed.D, as associate vice president for Student Services, appointment of Maria V. Bouzas as Director of International Programs, appointment of Dr. Grace Mest May as Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, and 2012-2013 Rank and Tenure Committee Appointments. 2013 The Senton Hall Provost for 2013 was Dr. Larry A. Robinson. There were 48 e-mail sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2013. The file size is 6.217 megabytes. There is some bit rot in these e-mails. A separate file contains the complete e-mails. The contents of this file include departure of Ambassador John Menzies as Dean of the Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, appointment of Ambassador Thomas Patrick Melady as Interim Dean of the White School of Diplomacy and International Relations, 17th Annual Peterheim Academic Exposition announcement, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals, removal of John C. Whitehead’s name from School of Diplomacy and International Relations, appointment of Dr. Andrea Bartoli as Dean of School of Diplomacy and International Relations, appointment of Reverend Monsignor Robert F. Coleman, J.C.D. as Associate Vice Provost, transition of Ms. Mary Ann Hart from Associate Vice Provost for Financial Planning and Budget to Associate Provost for Finance and Administration, 2013-2014 Rank and Tenure Commitment appointments, and emergency snow closing. 2013 fixed The Seton Hall Provost for 2013 was Dr. Larry A. Robinson. This file includes 12 e-mails. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. The contents of this file include a notice on course reserves, appointment of Reverend Monsignor Robert F. Coleman, J.C.D., as Associate Vice Provost, transition of Ms. Mary Ann Hart as Associate Vice President for Finance and Budget to Associate Vice Provost for Finance and Administration, a notice of online tutorials for harassment and discrimination, appointment of Dr. Nicholas Snow as interim director of Grants and Research for the Office of the Provost, a notice for additional course release, notice for new Seton Hall library website, 2013-2014 University Rank and Tenure Committee appointment announcement, an announcement regarding the Inauguration of the Archbishop John J. Myers Annual Lecture series, notice on Thanksgiving for international student, and emergency snow closing announcement. 2013 fixed v2 File size is 8.201 megabytes. This file has 50 e-mails in it. There is some bit rot in these e-mails. A separate file contains the complete e-mails. The contents of this file include departure of Ambassador John Menzies as Dean of the Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, appointment of Ambassador Thomas Patrick Melady as Interim Dean of the White School of Diplomacy and International Relations, 17th Annual Peterheim Academic Exposition announcement, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals, removal of John C. Whitehead’s name from School of Diplomacy and International Relations, appointment of Dr. Andrea Bartoli as Dean of School of Diplomacy and International Relations, appointment of Reverend Monsignor Robert F. Coleman, J.C.D. as Associate Vice Provost, transition of Ms. Mary Ann Hart from Associate Vice Provost for Financial Planning and Budget to Associate Provost for Finance and Administration, 2013-2014 Rank and Tenure Commitment appointments, a notice on course reserves, appointment of Reverend Monsignor Robert F. Coleman, J.C.D., as Associate Vice Provost, transition of Ms. Mary Ann Hart as Associate Vice President for Finance and Budget to Associate Vice Provost for Finance and Administration, a notice of online tutorials for harassment and discrimination, appointment of Dr. Nicholas Snow as interim director of Grants and Research for the Office of the Provost, a notice for additional course release, notice for new Seton Hall library website, an announcement regarding the Inauguration of the Archbishop John J. Myers Annual Lecture series, notice on Thanksgiving for international student and emergency snow closing. 2014 The Senton Hall Provost for 2014 was Dr. Larry A. Robinson. There is some bit rot degradation with e-mails in this year. A separate folder contains the complete version of these e-mails. There are 46 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2014. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. The contents of this file include Petersheim Academic Exposition notice, 2014 Decennial Middle States review notice, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals notice, Dr. Phyllis Shanely Hansell’s departure from the position of Dean of the College of Nursing, departure of Patrick E. Hobbs from the position of Dean of the Senton Hall Law School, University Rank and Tenure Committee Appointments notice, restriction of travel arrangements due to Ebola virus, and emergency snow closing announcement. 2014 fixed The Senton Hall Provost for 2014 was Dr. Larry A. Robinson. This file includes 5 e-mails. The file size 265 kilobytes. The contents of this file include an announcement regarding a steering committee for the Petersheim Academic Exposition, notices on a workshops detailing new requirements for student graduation, and announcements about the Petersheim Academic Exposition. 2014 fixed v2 The Senton Hall Provost for 2014 was Dr. Larry A. Robinson. This file includes 48 e-mails in it. The file size is 2.249 megabytes. The contents of this file include Petersheim Academic Exposition notice, notices on a workshops detailing new requirements for student graduation, 2014 Decennial Middle States review notice, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals notice, Dr. Phyllis Shanely Hansell’s departure from the position of Dean of the College of Nursing, departure of Patrick E. Hobbs from the position of Dean of the Senton Hall Law School, University Rank and Tenure Committee Appointments notice, restriction of travel arrangements due to Ebola virus, and emergency snow closing announcement. 2015 The Senton Hall Provost for 2015 was Dr. Larry A. Robinson. There are 43 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2015. The file size is 8.201 megabytes. Contents of this file include exploration of a new medical school at Senton Hall, academic year student research fellowships, 19th Annual Petersheim Academic Exposition, appointment of Dr. Marie C. Foley as Dean of the College of Nursing, appointment of Professor Kathleen Boozang as Dean of the Senton Hall Law School, appointment of Professor Erik Lillquist as Associate Provost of Academic Projects, departure of Dr. Michael Zavada from the position Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals, formation of the College of Communication and Arts, appointment of Ms. Karen A. Passaro as Dean of the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, establishment of Center for Faculty Development, and University Rank and Tenure appointment announcement. 2016 The Seton Hall Provost for 2016 is Dr. Larry A. Robinson. There are 26 e-mails sent from January through May from the Office of the Provost in 2016. The e-mails from June through December are missing. The file size is 4.233 megabytes. The contents of this file include Dr. Grace May’s stepping down from the position of Dean of the College of Education and Human Services, “Power of Empathy in the Classroom” lecture by Paul Franzese announcement, appointment of Dr. Bonita Stanton as founding Dean of new School of Medicine announcement, appointment of Deirdre Yates, M.F.A. as founding Dean of new College of Communications and Arts, 2016 Petersheim Academic Exposition announcement, appointment of Dr. Peter W. Shoemaker as Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, and the appointment of Dr. Maureen Gillette as Dean of the College of Education and Human Services. 2017 The Senton Hall Provost transitioned from Dr. Larry A. Robinson to an interim provost, Dr. Karen E. Boroff in 2017. The e-mails from January to April 2017 are missing. There are 55 e-mails sent from the Office of the Provost from May, 2017 to December 2017. The contents of file include an announcement regarding the university president search and screen committee, Senton Hall Newsletter “Inside the Hall” summer edition announcement (June through August), application requirements for Promotion, Tenure and Sabbaticals, appointment of Dr. Nancy Enright, Ph.D, as Director of University Core, Senton Hall Newsletter “Inside the Hall” fall edition (September-December), 2017 International Celebration Month announcement, 2017-2018 Rank and Tenure Committee appointment announcement, and 2018 Petersheim Academic Exposition. 2018 The Senton Hall Provost in 2018 was Dr. Karen E. Boroff. There are 128 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2018. The file size is 24.073 megabytes. The contents of the file include Senton Hall Newsletter “Inside the Hall” spring edition (January to May), Charter Day Celebration week, undergraduate student research fellowships, Petersheim Academic Exposition announcement, Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series for 2018-2019 announcement, Centers of Excellence renewal and expansion announcement, Stewardship Task Force update and timeline announcement, Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Award announcement, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals, Senton Hall Newsletter “Inside the Hall” summer edition (June to August), Talent of Inclusion announcement, University Rank and Tenure Committees appointment announcement, appointment of Dr. Matthew Escobar as Fellowship Advisor, update on President Search and Screen Committee, Talent of Inclusion termination notice, and 2019 Petersheim Academic Exposition Announcement. 2019 The Senton Hall Provost in 2019 was Dr. Karen E. Boroff. There were 114 e-mails sent overall from the Office of the Provost in 2019. The file size is 31.513 megabytes. The contents of the file include Senton Hall Newsletter “Inside the Hall” Spring edition (January to May), Lovelette series 2019 announcements, Senton Hall Library Newsletter, undergraduate research fellowships announcement for Spring 2019, 2019 Charter Day Celebration announcements, appointment of Dr. Michael LaFountaine as Director of Grants and Research, application requirements for Promotion, Tenure, and Sabbaticals, undergraduate research fellowships announcement for Fall 2019, 2019-2020 Rank and Tenure Committee appointment announcement, 2019 International Month announcement, updates to IRB Common Rule regulations for human research announcement, and Great Minds Dialogue lecture announcement. 2020 The Senton Hall Provost in 2020 was Dr. Karen E. Boroff. There are 32 e-mails sent from the Office of the Provost in 2020 from January through October. The November and December e-mails are missing. The file size is 4.233 megabytes. The contents of this file include 2020 Petersheim Academic Exposition announcements, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day announcement, Great Minds Dialogue lecture series 2020, Senton Hall Study Abroad trips cancelled due to Coronavirus, appointment of Dr. Gregory Floyd as Faculty Fellow in Core Curriculum, and new Faculty Cohort for Faculty Emeritus announcement.

Dates

  • 1950 - 2012

Extent

From the Collection: 21 boxes

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

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