1990-1991 USD Facts



Executive Officers President Author E. Hughes, Ph.D. Vice President and Provost

Founders Gallery Frequent exhibitions by guest, community, student and alumni artists are displayed in this gallery located in Founders Hall. Exhibits in 1989-90 included "The Lost Architecture of Kiev; " ''.Art of the Children of Leningrad;" 'i\.pparitions," a selection of paintings by James Rocha , assistant professor of fine arts; and "Xicotencatl: Portrait of a Community," black and white photos by Fred Gonzales. Music Noon concerts are sponsored on a regular basis by the Associated Students Cultural Arts Board. The University Choir presents a comprehensive program of liturgical choral music every Sunday. The University Symphony Or- chestra performs each semester. Theater USD's fine arts department, in conjunction with San Diego's Old Globe Theater, offers a Master in Fine Arts program, drawing select students from across the nation who participate in practical theater work as well as academic studies in USD's English department. MFA students stage campus productions regularly. Speakers Distinguished speakers routinely appear on campus and contribute to USD's cultural and intellectual diversity. Mother Teresa, Coretta Scott King, comedian Bob Hope, author Jonathan Kozol and environmentalist David Brower are just a few of those who have visited recently.

Sr. Sally Furay; RSCJ , Ph.D., JD. Vice President for Financial Affairs Jack D. Boyce, B.E.E. Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Thomas F. Burke, M.A. Vice President for University Relations John G. McNamara, B.A.

Deans College of Arts and Sciences Patrick F. Drinan, Ph.D. School of Business Administration James M. Bums, D.B.A. School of Education Edward F. DeRoche, Ph.D. Philip Y Hahn School of Nursing Janet A. Rodgers, Ph.D. School of Graduate and Continuing Education Raymond S. Brandes, Ph.D. School of Law Kristine Strachan, JD. Academic Services Cynthia A. Villis, Ph.D.

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