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Title: Eugene M. Reppucci, Jr. papers
Dates:1955-2004
Call Number:M181

Historical Note

Eugene Reppucci graduated from Northeastern University in 1960 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. While attending NU, Reppucci was a member of the Scabbard & Blade Society, the Civil Engineering Society, the Military Ball Committee, and the Jazz Concert Committee. Reppucci was also the Chairman of the Junior Dinner Dance, an organizer for Senior Week, and treasurer for the Society of American Military Engineers student chapter. In 1962, Reppucci was appointed the Assistant Director of Development. In 1965, Reppucci received his Masters in Education from NU, and in 1995 Reppucci was awarded an honorary degree. Reppucci was appointed Senior Vice President of Development in 1971, and he held that position until 1995. As of August 2011, Reppucci is retired and living in Wayland, Massachusetts.
Chronology
1960Received Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University
1962Appointed Assistant Director of University Development and Director of Alumni Programs at Northeastern University
1964Appointed Director of the National Council at Northeastern University
1965Received Master of Education degree from Northeastern University
1966Appointed Director of University Development and Special Assistant to the President
1971Appointed Senior Vice President of University Development
1995Awarded honorary degree by Northeastern University
Bibliography

Frederick, Antoinette.  Northeastern University: An Emerging Giant, 1959-1975.  Boston: Northeastern University Custom Book Program, 1982.

Frederick, Antoinette.  Northeastern University Coming of Age: The Ryder Years, 1975-1989.  Boston: Northeastern University, 1995.