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New Associate Dean for Law School

3 May 1996

f.gif (1005 bytes)rank G. Persico, of Laurel, Md., active for more than two decades in the administrative life of The Catholic University of America and an alumnus as well, will move across campus to become the associate dean for student and external affairs in the Columbus School of Law. This appointment will be effective on July 1.

Law School Dean Bernard Dobranski announced the new appointment on April 29.

Persico has been executive director of alumni relations since 1988. He earned his first degree at CUA in 1974, a B.A. in speech and drama. In that same year he started his career at the university, as a secretary in the Office of Housing Administration. He earned an M.A. in higher education administration in 1976 and applied it to a number of positions on campus, including dean of students from 1981 to 1988.

He will supervise six offices at the Law School - Admissions, Financial Aid, Legal Career Services, Special Events and Student Activities, Alumni Relations and Annual Fund, and Capital Campaign - and lead the Law School's marketing and public relations efforts.

Persico is active in his community, having served as Laurel city council member in 1984-88. Persico has been active, too, with his church, St. Mary of the Mills, for which he most recently chaired a successful fund-raising campaign.


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