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Monmouth’s Timeline: 2010s

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2010

Miles Austin ’18, NFL wide receiver for the Cowboys and two-time Pro Bowl selection

Monmouth Presidents Magill, Stafford, and Gaffney

2012

Financial Markets Lab opens in Bey Hall, enabling Monmouth students to have hands-on experience analyzing real-time market and financial data

Thanks to the generosity of Robert Rechnitz and wife, Joan H. Rechnitz ’84 ’12HN, Rechnitz Hall supports and celebrates the work of our fine arts and graphic design students

Move-In Day

2013

Dr. Paul R. Brown served as Monmouth’s eighth president until 2017

Monmouth celebrates the groundbreaking of Pozycki Hall, thanks to the generosity of Steven J. Pozycki ’73

2014

Student volunteers help welcome the incoming class by assisting during move-in

Monmouth hosts the dedication of the new soccer field named, Hesse Field on the Great Lawn

Men’s lacrosse take on Saint Joseph’s University for their first ever home game

2016

Brad Brach ’08 was the first ever all-star in Major League Baseball from Monmouth

Swimming was reinstated as a Division I sport

The Polling Institute garnered national recognition for surveys conducted throughout the 2016 presidential race and also received an A+ rating

2017

The Kessler Stadium ribbon-cutting ceremony also marks the 25th anniversary of football at Monmouth

Thanks to Robert Santelli ’73, Monmouth announced the creation of the Center for American Music and Springsteen Archives

Grey J. Dimenna, Esq. was appointed president in 2017 and will serve as Monmouth’s ninth president until summer of 2019

2018

Monmouth rises 10 spots in US News & World Report rankings

Renovated Edison Science Hall opens and offers science students hands-on, collaborative research opportunities

The Heidi Lynn Sculthorpe, formerly known as the Nauvoo, was named and designated as Monmouth’s largest ocean research vessel

Athletics Hall of Fame joins Alumni Weekend for the first time

Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2018

Thanks to world renowned sculptor, Brian Hanlon ’88, the 22-foot wide bronze sculpture, The Hawk at Brockriede Common, was formally dedicated during Homecoming 2018

Dr. Patrick F. Leahy was announced as the tenth president of Monmouth University on December 14, 2018 and will take office on August 1, 2019

2019

Michael Salvatore, Ph.D. ’98, Deb Mannix ’83, and Dante Barry ’10 are the alumni awards recipients, recognized for professional achievement, outstanding leadership and volunteer commitment to Monmouth

Michael Salvatore, Ph.D. ’98, Deb Mannix ’83 and Dante Barry ’10, sitting among a crowd of specators