Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-044)
Nancy Stoll, dean of students emerita at Suffolk University from 1987 to 2016, discusses her early career, coming to Suffolk, and the evolution of the university’s student affairs division over 29 years. She describes key developments related to student life such as the creation of residence halls, the diversification of the student body, the growth of student support programs. Stoll also discusses the leadership changes that occurred at Suffolk from 2010-2018. The interview concludes with a discussion of her post-retirement work to establish a retiree association for the university.
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Stoll, Nancy; Trythall, Olivia; Dhimitri, Yvonne; and Mason, Nicole, "Oral History Interview with Nancy Stoll (SOH-044)" (2018). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 33.