OFFICES OF THE VICE PRESIDENT

SERIES 1 OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

Administrative History:   The position of Executive Vice President was created in 1956. It was assigned responsibility for directing and coordinating the day-to-day operation of the university, thus enabling the University President to devote more time to policy matters and long-range development programs. The position was discontinued in 1970. It was reestablished in 1974 with responsibilities similar to those mentioned above. The office was again discontinued in August 2002, when a revised structure of university administrative and academic leadership was introduced. The responsibilities of the Executive Vice President were then largely assumed by the Senior Vice President (see A-1.2, series 9). After Greg Kliebhan's retirement in 2011 and Father Pilarz's arrival at Marquette, the position was again introduced, with Mary DiStanislao named to the role. As of 2012, the Executive Vice President oversees the Office of Administration, the Division of Student Affairs, and the Department of Human Resources, in addition to working closely with the provost and president to facilitate university-wide strategic planning.

Executive Vice Presidents:

Mary DiStanislao, 2012-2013
Jerry A. Viscione, 1997-2002
Rev. Patrick J. Burns, S.J., 1996-1997 (Interim)
Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., 1991-1996
Quentin L. Quade, 1974-1990
Rev. Raymond R. McAuley, S.J., 1967-1969

Scope and Content:
  These records are arranged into two restricted subseries.

Restrictions: 
Access to select records from the Executive Vice President's office is restricted for 25 years from the closing date of the tenure of the President under whom each Executive Vice President served. As an example, records from the tenure of Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J., who served during Rev. Albert J. DiUlio’s term as President (1990-1996), are restricted until 2021. Written permission from the Executive Vice President’s office is required to obtain access prior to the expiration of this restriction. Otherwise, access to these records is unrestricted. However, the researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright which may be involved in the use of these records. Consult an archivist for further information.

Subseries 1 Administrative Subject Files (Restricted: Inventory in Archives)
Subseries 1.1 Administrative Subject Files (Restricted: Inventory in Archives)