OFFICES OF THE VICE PRESIDENTS

CORPORATE VICE PRESIDENT, 1990-1993


Administrative History:  The position of Corporate Vice President was created in 1990 with the appointment of Rev. John J. Piderit, S.J.  The position served as an ex-officio member of the Marquette Board of Trustees, including the  Executive Committee.  Other duties included special project projects assigned by President Albert DiUlio, S.J., and the Board of Trustees.  The position was discontinued in 1993 after Rev. Piderit's appointment as President of Loyola University in Chicago.
Corporate Vice President
Rev. John J. Piderit, S.J., 1990-1993
Scope and Content:  These records are arranged into one alphabetical subject file.

Restrictions:
  Access to records from the Corporate Vice President's office is restricted for 25 years from the closing date of the tenure of the President under whom each vice president served. As an example, records from the tenure of Rev. John J. Piderit, S.J., who served during Rev. Albert J. DiUlio’s term as President (1990-1996), are restricted until 2021. Written permission from the President's office is required to obtain access prior to the expiration of this restriction. Consult an archivist for further information.

Subseries 8 Administrative Subject Files (Restricted until 2021)