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To Do[edit]

  • Finish history page
  • Mention Pearlstein Gallery is by Philip Johnson[1] and so is the LeBow building and the Bossone Center was by I.M. Pei.[2]
  • Create articles on presidents who pass notability guidelines
  • Presidents:
    • MacAlister (began it)  Done
    • Godfrey (organized it)  Done
    • Matheson (expanded it (coop, Curtis/Van R))  Done
    • Kolbe (renamed it/expanded it/reorganized it) Not done (Needs more specific sources for the info added)
    • Rea  Done
    • Disque (interim)  Done
    • Creese
    • Hagerty (expanded it, university status)  Done
    • Gaither
    • Breslin
    • Papadakis
  • Expand the article on Anthony Joseph Drexel

Law

  • Update

Presidents[edit]

Creese[edit]

James Creese (June 19, 1896 in Leetsdale, Pennsylvania - February 8, 1966) was


Early life[edit]

  • public schools in pittsburgh
  • Princeton in 1914
  • Enlisted in the Army during WWI, served as lieutenant of field artillery
  • Graduated from Princeton in 1918
  • MS from Princeton in 1920[1]
  • General secretary for the The American-Scandinavian Foundation for which he received the Order of Vasa in 1928.

Educational work[edit]

1928 - 1945 Vice President of Stevens Institute of Technology 1945 - 1963 Head of Drexel Institute [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dr. James Creese Drexel President". New York Times. February 10, 1966. Retrieved 2008-04-04.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Dr. Creese New Head of Drexel Institute, New York Times, August 15, 1945, p. 36  Check date values in: |date= (help)


Category:1896 births Category:1966 deaths Category:People from Pennsylvania

Gaither[edit]

William S. Gaither (born 1932) was.

Early life[edit]

  • Ph.D. civil engineering
  • 1970 became dean of the College of Marine Studies at the University of Delaware.

"He came toDrexel from the University of Delaware, where he was a professor and dean of the university's College of Marine Studies - which he founded in 1970 in Newark, Del."[1]

Drexel University[edit]

[2]

Sexual harassment charge -> Board vote of no confidence -> Resigned Oct 87

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pothier, Dick (April 27, 1985), Drexel To Install A President With Undersea Vision, pp. B01  Unknown parameter |Publisher= ignored (|publisher= suggested) (help); Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Stevens, William (June 7, 1987), Harassment Charge Poses Threat To Leadership Of Drexel U. Head, New York Times, retrieved 2008-04-11  Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)

Breslin[edit]

Richard Breslin (born 1937 or 1938) was a teacher and academic administrator of several educational institutions.

Early life[edit]

Breslin grew up in Red Bank, New Jersey[1] Former Catholic Priest[2] for 17 years[3] from 1960 to 1977 (he taught English and was academic dean at Villanova University),[4]

villanova


Drexel University[edit]

In 1988 Breslin was offered the presidency of Drexel University following the resignation of William Gaither.

1988-1994 "Following Breslin's tumultuous tenure (not to mention the days of former president Willard Gaither, who resigned in 1987 following a sexual harassment scandal)"[5] Drexel prez 1988 to 1994 November 1994[6]

Retired June 30, 1995[7]

Later[edit]

vice prez of academic affairs at Iona College prez of University of Charleston

References[edit]

  1. ^ Collins, Huntly (July 25, 1990), Making Its Presence Svelte Drexel President Prepares For Leaner Future, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. B01  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ Vrazo, Fawn, Molly Yard Of Now To Lecture At Drexel, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. E04 
  3. ^ Vrazo, Fawn (March 12, 1990), At Drexel, A Split Over Molly Yard Some Faculty Questions Cancellation Of Her Class., Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. E01  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ O'Reilly, David (June 3, 1993), Out To Win Richard Breslin In Paid Very Well To Make Tough Decisions, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. G01  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ Farmelant, Scott (November 16, 1995), Taki-ng Control, City Paper, retrieved 2008-04-03  Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)
  6. ^ DREXEL ANOINTS 11TH PRESIDENT
  7. ^ Goodman, Howard (September 22, 1994), Drexel U. President Resigning, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. A01  Check date values in: |date= (help)

External links[edit]

Fry[edit]

John Anderson Fry (born 1960/1961 (age 57–58)[1])

Early life[edit]

Bachelor's degree from Lafayette College, where he majored in American civilization, and a Master's degree from New York University Stern School of Business in business administration in 1986.[2]

95-02 exec vp and COO of UPenn

Franklin and Marshall[edit]

nearly 8 years "a tenure marked by growth, construction, and improved finances."[1]

Drexel University[edit]

Named as Drexel University president on March 10, 2010. Will assume office on August 1, 2010.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Snyder, Susan (March 10, 2010). "Drexel to name John A. Fry president". Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 2010-03-10. 
  2. ^ a b "John A. Fry Named Drexel University's 14th President". Drexel University. March 10, 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-10. 

check for Chronicle of Higher Education feature

External links[edit]

Greek life[edit]

eg. Dartmouth College Greek organizations PHC IFC MGC

Sorority Chapter Founded Status
Alpha Sigma Alpha Nu Nu May 13, 1925 Active
Delta Phi Epsilon Delta Epsilon February 1, 1947 Active
Delta Zeta Epsilon Zeta October 12, 1956 Active
Phi Mu Beta Tau April 10, 1954 Active
Phi Sigma Sigma Beta Rho May 17, 1961 Active
Type Name National org Founded Closed Status Note
Fraternity Lambda Upsilon Delta Local 1900 ? Inactive [1]
Fraternity Tau Rho Delta Local 1905 1915 Inactive [2]
Fraternity Delta Sigma Local ? ? Inactive
Fraternity Delta Epsilon Beta Local ? ? Inactive
Fraternity Kappa Sigma Delta Pi Kappa Phi 1919 2003 Inactive
Fraternity Phi Kappa Beta Tau Kappa Epsilon 1919 Present Active
Fraternity Delta Sigma Alpha Theta Chi 1927 Present Active
Fraternity Alpha Upsilon Mu Lambda Chi Alpha 1927 Present Active
Fraternity Kappa Phi Delta Sigma Alpha Mu 1921 1999 Inactive
Fraternity Alpha Pi Lambda Local 1935 Present Active
Fraternity Sigma Alpha Theta Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1966 Present Active
Fraternity Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Chi Rho 1992 Present Active
Fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Epsilon Pi 1995 Present Active
Fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon 1999 Present Active
Fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha 2001 Present Active
Fraternity Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Psi 2001 Present Active
Sorority Omega Delta Epsilon Alpha Sigma Alpha 1922 Present Active
Sorority Kappa Delta Gamma Delta Zeta 1923 Present Active [3]
Sorority Pi Sigma Gamma Local? 1934 ? Inactive Catholic only
Sorority Sigma Omicron Pi Delta Phi Epsilon 1942 Present Active
Sorority Phi Mu Phi Mu 1954 Present Active
Sorority Omega Phi Phi Sigma Sigma 1959 Present Active
Sorority Phi Delta Nu Sigma Sigma Sigma 1921 1974 Inactive [4]

Alumni[edit]

William Schleyer[edit]

William T. Schleyer Former CEO of the defunct Adelphia Communications Corporation

In 1973 Schleyer earned his B.A. in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University in 1973 and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.

  1. President and Chief Executive Officer - AT&T Broadband 01 - 03
  2. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer - Adelphia Communications Corp. 03 - 07[3]
  3. Serves as a corporate director for Rogers Communications Inc. since 98

References[edit]

  1. ^ McDonald p. 260
  2. ^ McDonald p. 261
  3. ^ mem hist says 1924
  4. ^ McDonald, p. 262 "Two years after the establishment of collegiate fraternities at the Institute, a local sorority, Phi Delta Nu, came into being, and was nationalized in 1926 as Sigma Sigma Sigma."

External links[edit]

DEFAULTSORT:Schleyer, William Category:Drexel University alumni Category:Harvard Business School alumni

Drexel 100[edit]

Centennial Inductees 1992
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Evelyn Walker Armstrong 1956
Diran Apelian 1968
Laurance E. Baccini, Esq. 1968
James P. Bagian 1973  Done
Paul Baran 1949  Done
Chuck Barris 1953  Done
Ervin F. Bickley Jr. 1942
Henry I. Boreen 1956
1958
Lillian M. Bradshaw 1938
Charles Broudy 1949
Robert R. Buckley 1958
Joyce F. Byers 1964
Robert L. Byers 1965
George Campbell Jr. 1968  Done
Toni Carbo 1973
1977
Albert Carnesale 1961  Done
Everett S. Checket 1939
Augusta Clark 1958
Richard F. Cole 1959 Former President of AIDIS-USA and current national association director [1]
Martin Cooperstein 1947
Stephen R. Cox 1974
1976
James G. Crouse 1948
1976
Nicholas DeBenedictis 1968
1969
John R. Dietz 1934
Mary McCue Epstein 1949
Thomas E. Feil 1967
Emily Tabor Flory 1933
Eli Fromm 1962
1964
 Done
Elaine Garzarelli 1977  Done
John A. Georges 1957
Austin M. Gleeson 1960
Earl H. Graham 1952
1956
Richard a. Greenawalt 1966
Robert Hall (publisher) 1967
William M. Hall III 1966
Bernard J. Hargadon Jr. 1951
1960
Nina Henderson 1972
Wilbur C. Henderson 1947
Carole Stein Hochman 1966
Samuel T. Hudson 1954
1958
John G. Johnson Jr 1970
1972
Arnold H. Kaplan 1962
Denise M. Kelly 1980
David E. Knoll 1966
Frederic B. Kremer 1972
LeRoy Layton 1937
Bennett S. LeBow 1960  Done
Earl S. Lestz 1961
Peter J. Liacouras 1953  Done
Alfred H. Link 1953
Alan S. MacDonald 1966 [4]
Earle I. Mack 1959  Done
Lawrence S. Margolis 1957
James E. Marks 1947
1949
James E. Marley 1963
Robert McClements Jr. 1952
Thomas S. Mignogna 1968
William F. Mitchell 1966
Thomas W. Morrison 1941
Sandra S. Newman 1959
Allan M. Norton 1969
George A. Olsen 1961
C. R. Pennoni † C.R. "Chuck" Pennoni 1963
1966
John J. Quindlen 1960
J. Donald Rauth 1940
John D. Rittenhouse 1958
John J. Roberts 1967
Milton Rosenberg 1946
George M. Ross 1955
Lee S. Schroeder 1961
Susan Seidelman 1973  Done
Stanley W. Silverman 1969
1974
Norman R. Smith 1969
1971
Walter W. Straub 1965
1970
Barbara Boyle Sullivan 1958
Felix T. Troilo 1951
Randolph H. Waterfield Jr 1955
Robert C. Weeks 1958
Ray Westphal 1959
David M. Wingfield 1974
Norman Joseph Woodland 1947  Done
Richard E. Woodring 1954
Howard Yerusalim 1962
1994 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Alfred B. Engelberg, Esq. 1961
Cynthia Kendall 1974
Donald R. Kerstetter 1954
Robert W. Kleinert 1951
George F. Krall 1958
Patricia M. Wallington 1978
Martin Weinberg, Esq. 1958
1996 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Douglas Briggs 1970
Alfred Clegg Jr. 1965
Anthony W. Deering 1969
George E. Dieter Jr. 1950
Charles T. Hopkins 1966
Robert M. Koerner 1956
1963
John W. Kolb 1956
1958
1969
Thomas A. Leonard, Esq. 1968
Robert J. McCunney 1971
1998 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Ramani Ayer 1971
1973
 Done
Floss J. Barber 1975
Barry C. Burkholder 1962
1970
William C. Chatman 1952
Domenic M. DiPiero 1968
Richard C. Goodwin 1948
Caarl R. Pacifico 1943
Daniel Promislo 1955
Milton C. Shaw 1938
Donald C. Tomasso 1968
1970
1975
Bruce A. Zimmerman 1961
R. Peter Zimmermann 1963
2000 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John C. Browne 1965  Done
Barry G. Campbell 1964
Robert J. Drummond 1966
Raj Gupta 1972  Done
Angela M. Huggins 1984
Joel M. Koppelman 1970
Beryl Paster Raff 1976
William Schleyer 1973
2003 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Mel Baiada 1982
1985
Joseph F. Carleone 1968
1970
1972
Hugh Chairnoff 1961
Charles D. Close 1936
John A. Daskalakis 1963
Bruce Eisenstein 1965
Bruce E. Maryanoff 1969
1972
 Done
Cynthia A. Maryanoff 1972  Done
Carol Hansen Montgomery 1969
1980
Jeffrey P. Orleans 1970
D. Howard Pierce 1971
Christopher Stratakis, Esq. 1951
Vincent G. Vidas 1959
1964
2005 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Kenneth C. Dahlberg 1967  Done
John Donnelly 1972
Mahmoud El-Sherif 1987
Dominic Frederico 1974
1982
Clare Hart 1983
J. Michael Lawrie 1977
Denis O’Brien 1987
Kevin O’Hara 1983
Arthur Raymond Randolph 1966  Done
Charles Valutas 1973
2007 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Lucile Adams-Campbell 1977
1979
Edmund Bossone 1948
1953
Dominic Caruso 1980
Michael Dolan 1985
Christopher Ferguson 1984  Done
Wayne Gattinella 1976
June Klinghoffer 1945
Jiang Mianheng 1991  Done
Gary Michelson 1975  Done
Walter Lomax 1957
John Stoner 1951
2009 Inductees
Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Michael Barry 1981
Dorothy Brooten 1962
Margaret Burns 1979
John Chapel 1967
Robert Falese 1975
Loretta Finnegan 1964
Samuel Kessel 1970
Raphael Carl Lee 1975  Done
Thomas Murphy 1943
Wilbur Oaks 1955
Gurvinder Singh 1976
Gerald Speitel 1963
1967
Margaret Stineman 1981
1983
Elaine Thompson 1991

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Board Members and Bios". Inter-American Association of Sanitation and Environmental Engineering. 2003. Retrieved 2008-06-03.