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Benjamin S. Ewell, 1854-  Ewell was appointed president of the College of William and Mary as well as chair of mathematics. Ewell requested that his appointment as president be only temporary while the [[Board of Visitors]] searched for a permanent president.
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1854-- Benjamin S. EwellEwell was appointed president of the College of William and Mary as well as chair of mathematics. Ewell requested that his appointment as president be only temporary while the [[Board of Visitors]] searched for a permanent president.
  
Dean Hoke, January 1934-June 30, 1934 - Dean Hoke assumed the duties of the president in 1934 when President J.A.C. Chandler's health was declining. Chandler later died on May 31, 1934.
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January 1934-June 30, 1934 Dean Hoke: Dean Hoke assumed the duties of the president in 1934 when President J.A.C. Chandler's health was declining. Chandler later died on May 31, 1934.
  
James W. Miller, September 18, 1951-October 11, 1951 - Miller was a Chancellor Professor who served as acting president in the interim between President Pomfret's resignation to take over the Huntington Library and the appointment by the Board of Visitors of Alvin Duke Chandler as College President.
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September 18, 1951-October 11, 1951 James W. Miller: Miller was a Chancellor Professor who served as acting president in the interim between President Pomfret's resignation to take over the Huntington Library and the appointment by the Board of Visitors of Alvin Duke Chandler as College President.
  
George R. Healy, January 9, 1985-June 30, 1985 - Healy was provost at the College of William and Mary. He assumed the role of acting president after President Graves resigned to assume leadership of Winterthur and before President Verkuil assumed the presidency.
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January 9, 1985-June 30, 1985 George R. Healy: Healy was provost at the College of William and Mary. He assumed the role of acting president after President Graves resigned to assume leadership of Winterthur and before President Verkuil assumed the presidency.
  
Melvyn D. Schiavelli, February 7, 1992-June 30, 1992 (Schiavelli had served as acting president unofficially since January 7, 1992) - Schiavelli was provost at the College of William and Mary. He assumed the duties of the president after President Verkuil resigned to become CEO of AAA and before President Sullivan assumed the presidency.
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February 7, 1992-June 30, 1992 Melvyn D. Schiavelli: (Schiavelli had served as acting president unofficially since January 7, 1992) Schiavelli was provost at the College of William and Mary. He assumed the duties of the president after President Verkuil resigned to become CEO of AAA and before President Sullivan assumed the presidency.
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February 12, 2008--  W. Taylor Reveley: Dean of the Marshall Wythe School of Law
  
 
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Revision as of 13:22, 12 February 2008

17th-18th century

Rev. James Blair, 1693-1743

Rev. William Dawson, 1743-1752

William Stith, 1752-1755

Rev. Thomas Dawson, 1755-1760

William Yates, 1761-1764

James Horrocks, 1764-1771

John Camm, 1771-1777

Rev. James Madison, 1777-1812

19th Century

Rev. John Bracken, 1812-1814

John Augustine Smith, 1814-1826

William H. Wilmer, 1826-1827

Rev. Adam Empie, 1827-1836

Thomas Roderick Dew, 1836-1846

Robert Saunders, 1846-1848

Rev. John Johns, 1849-1854

Benjamin S. Ewell, 1854-1888

Lyon G. Tyler, 1888-1919

20th Century

Julian A.C. Chandler, 1919-1934

John Stewart Bryan, 1934-1942

John Edwin Pomfret, 1942-1951

Alvin Duke Chandler, 1951-1960

Davis Young Paschall, 1960-1971

Thomas Ashley Graves, Jr., 1971-1985

Paul R. Verkuil, 1985-1992

Timothy J. Sullivan, 1992-2005

21st Century

Gene R. Nichol, 2005-

Interim Presidents

1854-- Benjamin S. Ewell: Ewell was appointed president of the College of William and Mary as well as chair of mathematics. Ewell requested that his appointment as president be only temporary while the Board of Visitors searched for a permanent president.

January 1934-June 30, 1934 Dean Hoke: Dean Hoke assumed the duties of the president in 1934 when President J.A.C. Chandler's health was declining. Chandler later died on May 31, 1934.

September 18, 1951-October 11, 1951 James W. Miller: Miller was a Chancellor Professor who served as acting president in the interim between President Pomfret's resignation to take over the Huntington Library and the appointment by the Board of Visitors of Alvin Duke Chandler as College President.

January 9, 1985-June 30, 1985 George R. Healy: Healy was provost at the College of William and Mary. He assumed the role of acting president after President Graves resigned to assume leadership of Winterthur and before President Verkuil assumed the presidency.

February 7, 1992-June 30, 1992 Melvyn D. Schiavelli: (Schiavelli had served as acting president unofficially since January 7, 1992) Schiavelli was provost at the College of William and Mary. He assumed the duties of the president after President Verkuil resigned to become CEO of AAA and before President Sullivan assumed the presidency.

February 12, 2008-- W. Taylor Reveley: Dean of the Marshall Wythe School of Law

External Links

Past Presidents of the College of William and Mary

Official W&M Webpage of Gene R. Nichol

W&M Webpage of Former President Timothy J. Sullivan