Collection Title: University Records
Series Title: Ninth President Dr. Arvid C. Johnson
Collection Number: 10
Series Number: 124
Extent: 1 letter box, 0.25 linear feet
Abstract: The Ninth President Dr. Arvid C. Johnson Collection contains material related to the tenure of the ninth president of the University of St. Francis, Dr. Arvid C. Johnson. It contains correspondence, photographs, reports, and materials related to conferences and meetings attended by the President. It also contains inauguration materials.
History: Dr. Arvid C. Johnson became the ninth president of University of St. Francis in 2013. Prior to becoming president, he earned a bachelor’s degree in physics at Lewis University, a master’s degree in electrical engineering at Northeastern University, a Master of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina, and a doctorate in management science from Illinois Institute of Technology. He served as Dean of the Brennan School of Business at Dominican University (2008-2013) and was also a professor of management (2001-2013). He served on the Board of Trustees of the Illinois Council on Economic Education (including its Executive Committee - 2008).
Other memberships include: member and President of Lincoln-Way Community High School District Board of Education (2009), member of the Village of Frankfort’s Financial Affairs Committee (2010), and the Midwest Decision Sciences Institute’s President and Vice President of Planning and Development (2007-2011).
Physical Location: LG12- Section 4 - Shelf 2
Processor: Adjo Tameklo, Archives Student Worker
Restrictions on use and reproduction: All rights held by the University of St. Francis. For permission to reproduce, distribute or otherwise use materials, please contact Archives Staff.
Restrictions on access: The following items are CLOSED due to sensitive information. Permission to view collection must be obtained from the President's Office.
Provenance/ Source of Acquisition: President's Office
Types of material: The Ninth President Dr. Arvid C. Johnson collection holds newspaper clippings and inauguration material.
Important divisions: None