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HomeEvents Calendar Rotary Meeting At Daniel L Goodwin Hall of Business, Benedictine U - Dr. Michael Brophy

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Rotary Meeting At Daniel L Goodwin Hall of Business, Benedictine U - Dr. Michael Brophy

When:
Thursday, February 8, 2018, 12:15 PM until 1:30 PM
Where:
Benedictine University
Daniel L. Goodwin Hall of Business
Sorensen Hall of Leaders Rm 411
http://www.ben.edu/about/location.cfm
Lisle, IL  
Contact:
Rachel Ossyra
Category:
Regular Meeting
Registration is not Required

michael brophy benedictine 
Dr Michael Brophy was named President of Benedictine University in 2015.

Dr. Brophy had led the Marymount California University campus since 2006 where he helped transform Marymount – a Catholic university with 1,600 undergraduate and graduate students – from a private two-year college to a multi site university with undergraduate and graduate degree offerings. While there, he spearheaded a facilities improvement project that updated aging facilities and built new living and learning environments and campuses in Los Angeles and Lake County, California.

A Fulbright exchange scholarship recipient who has taught internationally, Brophy served as the campus executive officer and dean of the University of Wisconsin’s (UW) Baraboo campus and associate provost at Long Island University in New York.

Brophy earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin. He has an accomplished career, earning educator and citizen of the year awards, among many other recognitions. Brophy has written, directed and edited three films that have screened around the world at film festivals and universities. In addition, he has accompanied gospel choirs at the State University of New York as a musician and performed with students and faculty at recitals at Marymount California University, UW-Baraboo/Sauk County and The College of Saint Rose.

He is involved with the local community, with his wife Tara and their three children.

 

LOGISTICS:

For your assistance, a Campus Map is at this link http://www.ben.edu/about/location.cfm 

The meeting will begin promptly at 12:15 PM. 
Parking will be reserved in the small parking lot (marked with a blue “P”) between  parking garage (#7) and the Coal Ben (#9). Goodwin Hall is Building #8 on the map, and we will meet in Room 411 on the 4th floor. There will be signage for our meeting at the elevator in the lobby and on the 4th floor. Those coming to campus from Naperville on Maple Avenue can enter campus through the back entrance #22. Please arrive in plenty of time to park and make your way to the 4th floor.

 

Weather-permitting, campus tours will be available after the meeting.


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