George R. Healy

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George R. Healy was a faculty member at the College of William and Mary serving as: Professor of History, 1971-1986; Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1971-1983; Provost, 1979-1986; Acting President, 1985; Professor of History, Emeritus, 1986-; and Acting Director of the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1990-1992. Healy received the Thomas Jefferson Award in 1987.

Healy assumed the role of acting president after Thomas Ashley Graves, Jr. resigned to assume leadership of Winterthur Museum and Garden in Wilmington, Delaware on January 9, 1985, and before Paul Verkuil assumed the presidency on June 30, 1985.

Preceded by College of William and Mary President Succeeded by
Thomas Ashely Graves, Jr.

Jaunary 1, 1971 - September 13, 1985

George R. Healy


Paul Verkuil

July 1 1985 - January 7, 1992