Lois A. Stanley named vice president for campus operations

Lois A. Stanley, a campus operations professional with significant experience at Tufts and Harvard, will be joining Brandeis as vice president for campus operations as of October 15, 2019.

Stanley’s portfolio at Brandeis will include Facilities Services, Public Safety, Capital Programs, Events Management, Dining Services, Environmental Health and Safety, Emergency Management, Sustainability and University Services – departments that touch all of our students, faculty and staff. Together with staff in those areas, Stanley will help Brandeis enhance the safety, functionality, environmental sustainability and accessibility of our campus for students, employees and visitors.

In her current role as director of campus and capital renewal planning at Tufts, Stanley was instrumental in the development of Tufts’ first comprehensive five-year capital planning process. Working closely with the academic community, Stanley oversaw strategic planning and implementation for Tufts’ deferred maintenance program, and led the early planning and programing for all cross-school capital projects in recent years, totaling 450,000 square feet for social sciences, the life sciences and engineering, Tisch College, visual and media arts, the Gordon Institute, and data-intensive studies. At Harvard, Stanley was responsible for budget, schedule and sustainability improvements on a significant and varied portfolio of capital projects. She earned a bachelor of science in business management at Virginia Tech, a master of city planning degree from Georgia Tech, and a PhD in urban studies and planning from MIT.

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