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Wharton External Affairs: Steven Oliveira

The Wharton School has announced the appointment of Steven Oliveira as associate dean for External Affairs. Mr. Oliveira will lead and manage development, communications and alumni affairs programming, including comprehensive activities for Wharton's $425-million Campaign for Sustained Leadership.

Mr. Oliveira previously served as vice president for Development and Alumni Relations at the University of Virginia's Darden School, where he was successful in rebuilding and revitalizing the school's advancement program. Under his leadership, the Campaign for Darden surpassed its goal by over 100 percent, raised the largest single gift in the history of any business school, and had the first graduating class in the history of higher education to achieve 100 percent participation in its class gift.

Prior to his position at Darden, Mr. Oliveira served as associate vice president and co-director of Development at Brown University, where he was responsible for several of the largest gifts in Brown's history. During his career, Mr. Oliveira has worked closely with some of the world's leading philanthropists.

He earned a bachelor's degree from Brown and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School. He is also a member of the bar in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 6, October 2, 2001

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
October 2, 2001
Volume 48 Number 6
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Dr. Lerman appointed associate director for Cancer Control and Population Science and director of the Tobacco Research program at the Leonard & Madlyn Abramson Family Cancer Research Institute
$2.1 million grant to introduce advanced security features into standard office PCs.
Dennis DeTurck, Srilata Gangulee and Alton Strange will serve the Colleges Houses this year.
The new director for public serves at the Library is Sandra Kerbel.
Wharton as appointed Steven Oliveira as associate dean for External Affairs.
UCD has announced it's new executive director.
Deadlines are announced for Pilot and Feasibility Grants, Trustees' Council Grants, Robert Bosch Fellowships and Luce Scholars Program
Year-end Council reports: Community Relations; Facilities; Personnel Benefits; Pluralism; Quality of Student Life; and Safety and Security.
A new Temporary Staffing Services has a new vendor; EHRS has Training for October and Annual Tuberculosis Screening is now available.
Steinhardt Hall, the new Hillel Center breaks ground.