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University Inaugurates First Lay President in its Nearly 200-Year History
It was a historic day for Saint Louis University on Oct. 3, as nearly 2,500 people came together in Chaifetz Arena to celebrate the inauguration of SLU's new president Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D.
A Roman Catholic and Jesuit educated, Pestello is the first permanent lay leader in the University's history — a fact that was not lost on many of the speakers at Friday's event.
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• Dr. Fred P. Pestello Named President of Saint Louis University
• A letter from President-elect Pestello
• Thank you, Father Biondi
• Sept. 30, 2013: Presidential Search Update
• Oct. 1, 2013: Letter from Presidential Search Chair
- Katie Lynn Davis, a Ph. D. candidate in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, will defend her dissertation, "Functional Properties of Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Neurovirulence Factor ICP34.5" on August 28, 2015 at 2:00 P.M. in the 9th floor conference room of Doisy Research Center.
- Agnes Jos, a Ph. D. candidate in Medical Family Therapy, will defend her dissertation, “The Role of Family in Co-Occurring Disorders: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis,” on August 27, 2015 at 2:30 P.M. in Room 1123 of Morrissey Hall.
- Marie Philipneri, a Ph.D. candidate in Public Health Studies-Health Management and Policy, will defend her dissertation, "Novel Approaches to Understanding Pre-Transplant Medications Use and Post-Transplant Health Outcomes in Renal Transplant Recipients," on September 3, 2015 at 2:00 P.M. in the Glass Conference Room on the fourth floor of Salus Center.
The Saint Louis University Board of Trustees has elected Board member Joseph ("Joe") Conran to be its next chairman, effective at the December Board meeting. At that time, current Chairman Joe Adorjan will become Chairman Emeritus and will remain on the Board. Patrick Sly will continue to serve as Vice Chairman of the Board.
Also . . .
- Nursing Dean to Advise Congress, Secretary of Health and Human Services
- Saint Louis University Names New Dean of College for Public Health and Social Justice
- Committee Formed for Assistant to the President for Mission and Identity Search
- Saint Louis University Appoints Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., as Provost
- Athletic Training Students Complete Full-Year Clinical with St. Louis Rams
- Parks Professor Receives Prestigious National Science Foundation Award
- College of Arts and Sciences Announces Next Dean
- Public Health Doctoral Student Wins Levy Award
- Provost search committee website launched
- Graduate Education Announces 2014-2015 Fellowship Recipients
- Langan Appointed an Associate Dean of Nursing
The Doisy College of Health Sciences is proud to announce the Department of Physical and Athletic Training was awarded a bid by the World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy (WFATT) to host its World Congress on the Saint Louis University campus on June 20-22, 2015.
Also . . .
- School of Education Celebrates 90 Years of Educating Teachers
- 15 years at the forefront of biosecurity education
- SLU Hosts Event for Local Universities Supporting Mosaic Project's Immigration Efforts
- Biology Graduate Student Publishes Research on Invasive Kudzu Plant
- 21st Annual Graduate Research Symposium Winners Announced
- Graduate Programs Score in U.S. News & World Report Rankings
- Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy to Host Courses at SLU
- Department of Biomedical Engineering Acquires New Equipment
- Sigma Xi Calls for Abstracts for Research Symposium
- University Hosts Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Tribute
- University Launches New Faith and Justice Collaborative
- Center for Sustainability to Fund Research, Community Projects
- Center for Sustainability to Offer Graduate Assistantships
- Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Master’s Program Announced
- American Journal of Botany Highlights Biology Faculty Research
- Parks College IEEE Hosts Second Annual BillikenBots
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