Titles Over the Years, Avis Stewart | Earlham College Skip to Content

Following are the titles Avis has held over the years:

  • 1980-83 — Head Basketball Coach, Assistant Professor of Physical Education, and Assistant Dean of Student Activities
  • 1983-85 — Assistant Professor of Sports & Movement Studies, Head Basketball Coach, and Assistant Dean of Student Activities
  • 1985-88 — Associate Dean of Student Development and Director of Runyan Center
  • 1988-89 — Associate Dean of Student Development for Student Activities
  • 1989-94 — Director of Alumni Relations
  • 1994-95 — Regional Alumni & Development Director and Director of Special Projects
  • 1995-97 — Regional Alumni & Development Director and Director of Special Alumni & Development Programs
  • 1997-98 — Assistant Vice President for Development and Director of Special Gifts
  • 1998-99 — Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement
  • 1999-00 — Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Senior Director of Major Gifts
  • 2000-01 — Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Director of Major Gifts
  • 2001-02 — Associate Vice President of Major Gifts
  • 2002-14 — Vice President for Community Relations
  • 2015-16 — Vice President for Institutional Advancement
  • 2017-18 — Senior Major Gifts Officer
  • 2018 — Senior Adviser to the College & Senior Major Gifts Office
  • 2018-19 — Interim President

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