Richard Satterlee, Ph.D., joined Manhattan in July of 2010 as vice president for student life. In this role, Satterlee has broad responsibilities for Division I athletics, Campus Ministry and Social Action, Career Development, Public Safety, Counseling and Health Services, Multicultural Programming and Diversity, Student Activities, Orientation, Residence Life and the Dean of Students office. Since joining Manhattan, Satterlee has played a major role in launching a pilot for learning-living communities called the Arches.
Prior to his appointment at Manhattan, Satterlee held progressive levels of leadership in student affairs at Loyola University Maryland. In his most recent position at Loyola, as assistant vice president of student development, he was responsible for integrated learning communities, first-year programs and oversaw the areas of student activities, recreational sports, and academic advising for student athletes.
Satterlee holds a Ph.D. in education policy, planning and administration from the University of Maryland, a M.Ed. in college student services administration from Oregon State University and a B.A. in English from Occidental College.