JoAnne Boyle, Ph.D., Seton Hill University’s longest serving president, retired on June 30, 2013, and was named President Emerita of Seton Hill by the University's Board of Trustees.
The Seton Hill University Board of Trustees has formalized the search process to select Seton Hill’s tenth president. This site has been established as one way of keeping the University community informed to the extent this confidential process allows.
The Search Committee, below, will seek to engage and solicit input from all members of the university community including students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends. We encourage you to participate in person as you are able, as well as by using the links provided on this site to provide input or to nominate a candidate.
Please visit this site often in the months ahead. We plan to update it regularly.
Thank you in advance for your interest and participation.
Seton Hill University Presidential Search Committee
Michele Ridge, Chair of the Seton Hill University Board of Trustees, announced the twelve member committee that will guide the search for a new President for Seton Hill University. The Presidential Search Committee includes representation from the Board of Trustees, the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, distinguished faculty, alumni and students. Broad representation across all campus constituencies, as well as diversity in every dimension, was sought in forming the Committee. The Committee will work to ensure a process that offers the opportunity for engagement by all members of the Seton Hill community.
Michele M. Ridge ‘69
James R. Breisinger
Debra Faszer-McMahon, Ph.D.
Sylvia V. Fields ‘78
Gertrude Foley, S.C. ‘59
Matthew J. Galando, MBA ‘04
Emily R. Namachar ‘14
Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ‘67
Joshua Sasmor, Ph.D.
Rebecca C. Snyder
Karen Farmer White
Susan Yochum, S.C. ‘77