Skip to Navigation
University of Pittsburgh
Print This Page Print this pages

October 27, 2011

Emeritus trustees nominated

Two Pitt alumni last week were nominated for emeritus trustee status.

George A. Davidson Jr. (Engineering 1961), retired chair of energy producer and distributor Dominion Resources, and David B. Fawcett Jr. (Law 1953), senior partner in the law firm Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, were recommended by the trustees nominating committee as emeritus trustees.

The board is expected to act on the recommendations Oct. 28.

Davidson has served continuously as a trustee for the past 24 years.

He also has served on the Katz Graduate School of Business board of visitors since 1987, including 15 years as board chair (1996-2011). Currently, he serves as vice chair of the Swanson School of Engineering board of visitors.

He is a lifetime member of the Pitt Alumni Association and a member of the Cathedral of Learning Society and the Brackenridge Circle.

Fawcett, a lifetime member of the Pitt Alumni Association, was an alumni trustee 1997-2005 and served on the boards of visitors for the schools of medicine and law.

He is a past president of the School of Law Alumni Association. In 1991, the law school honored him with its Distinguished Alumni Award.

Fawcett has served as president of the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County bar associations and was a member of the American Bar Association’s house of delegates for 10 years.

Filed under: Feature,Volume 44 Issue 5

Leave a Reply