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Company Overview of Villanova University
Villanova University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of business, social sciences, science, and medicine. The schools and colleges of the university include College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Commerce & Finance (Business), Graduate College, College of Nursing, and School of Law. Villanova University was founded in 1842 and is based in Villanova, Pennsylvania. The university has endowment assets of $220.8 million.
800 East Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
Founded in 1842
Key Executives for Villanova University
Vice President for University Communications
Director of Media Relations
Associate Vice President for Development and Major Gifts
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Villanova University Key Developments
Villanova University Appoints Mark Jackson as Director of Athletics, Effective September 21
Aug 28 15
Villanova University announced that Mark Jackson has been appointed the school’s Director of Athletics. Jackson, who most recently served as the Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Chief Innovation Officer at the University of Southern California (USC), succeeds Vince Nicastro, who held the position for 15 years. Jackson will officially start on September 21.
Villanova University Appoints Patrick G. Maggitti as First Provost
Apr 7 15
Villanova University President, the Rev. Peter M. Donohue, announced the appointment of Patrick G. Maggitti, PhD, as the University’s first Provost, effective August 1. This key appointment is the result of a national search led by a committee of Villanova faculty, trustees, students and administrators. As Provost, Maggitti will be the Chief Academic Officer and the second ranking officer of the University, serving as leader of the institution in the absence of the President. He currently serves as the Helen and William O Toole Dean of the Villanova School of Business.
Villanova University Announces New Leadership Appointments
Feb 19 15
Villanova University has announced a series of new leadership appointments at the University. These appointments include Kenneth G. Valosky, as Executive Vice President; Michael J. O'Neill, as Senior Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Relations; Neil J. Horgan, as Vice President for Finance; and, Robert H. Morro, asVice President for Facilities Management. Kenneth G. Valoskyhas been promoted to Executive Vice President from his previous position as the University’s Vice President for Administration and Finance. As Executive Vice President, Valosky is responsible for Financial Affairs, Auxiliary Services, Human Resources, Facilities Management, Public Safety, Athletics, Information Technologies, Government Relations and External Affairs. Michael J. O'Neill has been promoted to Senior Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Relations. He arrived at Villanova in 2008 as Vice President for University Advancement, following five years as Associate Vice President for Development and University Relations at Fordham University. He is responsible for the oversight of fundraising for Villanova’s colleges and schools, athletics and major programmatic and physical plant initiatives, as well as the operation of its five regional advancement offices, President's Advisory Council and the various campaign, executive and alumni leadership groups. Neil J. Horganhas been promoted to Vice President for Finance, following eight years as Associate Vice President for Finance and Controller. He is responsible for overseeing the University’s budget, financial planning and reporting, and the management of financial operations. Horgan came to Villanova in 2000 as the University’s Controller, after spending the previous nine years at University of Pennsylvania Health System, leaving as Assistant Director of Financial Operations for the Clinical Practices of the University of Pennsylvania. Robert H. Morrohas been promoted to Vice President for Facilities Management after having served as Associate Vice President for Facilities Management. He is responsible for facility planning, design and construction; maintenance of buildings and grounds; custodial services; and environmental safety and health. Morro arrived at Villanova in 2002, following 20 years in the Navy Civil Engineer Corps.
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