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Dec 12, 2012
From staff reports
Michael Angelini, associate vice president for finance and planning and deputy treasurer, has accepted the position of vice president and treasurer of the Yale-New Haven Health System.
Stephen Golding, vice president for finance and administration, in announcing Angelini's departure praised his integrity and his passion for creating a fiscal and administrative environment that made the best use of university resources.
"Mike has provided leadership of the highest caliber through some of the most significant challenges faced by Ohio University," said Golding. "His contributions have been many and they will have a lasting impact on the institution. The teams that he has built in his units will allow us to move forward on a variety of initiatives."
Golding credited Angelini with playing a key role in steering the university through the financial effects of the recession of 2008. He also cited Angelini's work to refine the policies and practices associated with the university's and foundation's endowments, his development of a university debt policy, and his efforts to improve the structure and operation of the finance division.
"The university has asked a lot of Mike and he has delivered at every turn," said Golding.
Angelini came to Ohio University in 2008 from the University of Toledo where he served in the capacity of treasurer. He began his tenure in Athens as associate vice president for treasury management.
In November 2009, in the wake of the departure of Bill Decatur, Angelini was appointed by President Roderick McDavis to serve in the role of interim senior vice president for finance and administration. In this capacity, he oversaw finance, auxiliary services, facilities, safety and risk management, and human resources.
"As interim vice president, Mike provided strong leadership and helped to keep the university's administrative and finance work on track," said McDavis. "His dedication, willingness to listen, and ability to master issues quickly made him a valued colleague and member of our university community. We wish Mike and his family well."
Angelini served as interim senior vice president for finance and administration until the appointment of Golding in September 2010. After Golding's arrival Angelini was named to his current position, which includes oversight of treasury management, the controller, foundation accounting, bursar, procurement, and budget planning and analysis.
In reflecting on his time at Ohio University, Angelini said that he had been "honored to work with and represent the hard-working, dedicated, and affable individuals within Finance and, during the interim role, Finance and Administration."
Angelini will remain at Ohio University until Jan. 11. Golding indicated that a national search will commence immediately. Until a replacement is found, he will directly oversee the areas that reported to Angelini.