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Fahey, Joseph Robert Jr., 1936-2002



  • Existence: 1936-07-22 - 2002-01-16

Biographical note

Joseph Robert Fahey Jr. was born on July 22, 1936 in Brighton, Massachusetts to parents Joseph Fahey and Mary Regan. Following his ordination into the priesthood in 1968, Fahey served two years as an assistant professor of economics at College of the Holy Cross. He then held the position of dean of academics for the next decade. Fahey was a member of the board of trustees for Boston College from 1972-1979, and was elected vice president of academics and dean of faculties in 1982. From 1988-1998, Fahey was president of Boston College High School. Fahey died on January 16, 2002.

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Boston College Academic Vice President and Dean of Faculties' Office records

Abstract The records of the Office of the Academic Vice President (also known as the Senior Vice President and Dean of Faculties and the Provost) document the administration of University academic and institutional activities from 1937-2007. Records include academic calendars, accreditation reports, admissions files, annual reports, budgets, committee files, correspondence, departmental records, faculty records, memos, minutes, speeches and addresses, and subject files, including biographical...
Restrictions on access

Administrative files, committee records, correspondence, and departmental records prior to 1968 are open except files containing personally identifiable information, financial records, or student records. All budget files, faculty files, and records dating after 1968 are closed. Access with permission of office.

Dates: 1937 - 2007