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[[Category:Biographical Sketch|Schiavelli, Melvyn D.]][[Category:College of William and Mary Provost|Schiavelli, Melvyn D.]][[Category:College of William and Mary Faculty and Staff|Schiavelli, Melvyn D.]]

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Melvyn D. Schiavelli was Provost of the College of William and Mary from 1986 - 1994.

Preceded by College of William and Mary Provost Succeeded by
George R. Healy

1979 - 1986

Melvyn D.Schiavelli

1986 - 1994

Gillian T.Cell

1993 - 2003


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