Murray Heads Planning, Information Technology At The Catholic University of America
15 November 1995
eter J. Murray of Silver Spring, Md., has been appointed executive director of planning and information technology at The Catholic University of America, the national university of the Catholic Church. Sister Rosemary Donley, S.C., the university's executive vice president, announced the appointment effective immediately.
Murray, who has headed the university's Office of Planning and Institutional Research for three years, will continue to direct research activities that support the university's academic and financial planning. In his role as chief information officer, he will oversee the Center for Planning and Information Technology, which includes the university's Computer Center, telecommunication services, and the Office of Planning and Institutional Research.
Before coming to Catholic University in 1992, Murray was an associate at the State University of New York's Central Administration Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Policy Analysis at Albany. There he designed and executed studies for the university's 64 campuses.
He holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Middlebury College in Vermont. His master's degree in educational administration is from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, and his doctoral degree in education administration and policy studies is from SUNY at Albany.
Founded in 1887, Catholic University is the nation's only university founded by the U.S. Catholic bishops. Located on 155 acres a few miles from Capitol Hill, the university has approximately 6,200 graduate and undergraduate students in its schools of religious studies, philosophy, arts and sciences, law, engineering, social service, nursing, music, library and information science, and architecture and planning.
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