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Trustees Emeriti/ae are an integral part of our extended USF community. After service on the Board of Trustees, these accomplished individuals continue to thrive and contribute to the greater community. Many garner unprecedented national and international recognition. Here are some highlights:

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Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J. (1999-2008)
Trustee Emeritus and President of the College of the Holy Cross Rev. Philip Boroughs, SJ, reflects on a pilgrimage he led with 28 past and present board members and spouses. 
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Trustee Emeritus Rev. William J. Byron, S.J posted a commentary on What to do when Joe College can't write or think.
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Mr. Patrick McNicholas (2003-2012)
Trustee Emeritus Patrick McNicholas is representing the family of a 22 year old man, who had Asperger's Syndrome, who killed himself just days after being wrongfully accused of stealing from his former employer.
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Trustee Emeritus, the Honorable John T. Noonan, Jr., hears Arizona ban on ethnic studies.
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Trustee Emerita Rose Guilbault will serve as a moderator at USF's Stakeholder Community Forum: Latinas in Leadership on Friday, January 30, 2015.
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Trustee Emeritus Rev. James C. Carter, S.J. is keynote speaker at Loyola University's 1912 Dinner.
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Trustee Emeritus Supreme Court Justice Ming W. Chin has been appointed to the Judicial Council.
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Mr. Alfred Chuang (2001-2010)
UC Davis will honor USF Trustee Emeritus Alfred Chuang at the UC Davis Cal Aggie Alumni Association's 2014-15 Alumni Awards in February 2015.

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