Six Assumption professors granted emeritus status

Six longtime Assumption professors have been granted Emeritus status by President Francesco Cesareo. The retiring professors were honored in recognition of their exemplary scholarly contributions and teaching during their tenure at the College.
  • Barbara Beall-Fofana, Ph.D, who joined the Assumption faculty in 2000, was named Professor Emerita of Art, Music and Theatre.
  • David St. John, Ph.D., who joined the Assumption faculty in 1987, was named Professor Emeritus of Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies.
  • Carol Harvey, Ph.D., who joined the Assumption faculty in 1990, was named Professor Emerita of Management.
  • Jeffrey Hunter, Ph.D., who joined the Assumption faculty in 1987, was named Professor Emeritus of Management.
  • William Sullivan, MBA, CPA, who joined the Assumption faculty in 1980, was named Professor Emeritus of Accounting.
  • Jeanne M. McNett, Ph.D., who joined the Assumption faculty in 1997, was named Professor Emerita of Managment.

“Assumption students have long-benefitted from the academic excellence, service and dedication of these six important members of the Assumption community,” said Assumption Provost Francis Lazarus. “As Professors Emeriti, they will continue to enrich the College and the educational experiences of our students.”

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