|Report of the President|
John T. Casteen, III
"Above all things,
I hope the education
of the common people
will be attended to; convinced
that on their good senses we may rely
with the most security
for the preservation of
a due degree of liberty."
to James Madison, 1787
|This is the on-line version of the President's Report 1994-1995. It uses Netscape extensions; a text-only version is available.|
|A Year of Accomplishment and Creativity|
|We Hold These Truths... An Unprecedented Demonstration of Support|
|Simply the Best|
|A Faculty of Discoverers and Teachers|
|Feature: The Arts Make a Stand|
|Reshaping the Body of Knowledge|
|Health Care for the New Century|
|Readying the Grounds for the 21st Century|
|Harnessing Technology to Revitalize Our Institutions|
|New Leaders and New Perspectives|
|Feature: A Team Effort Is a Winning Effort|
|Reengineering the Institution|
|Report of the Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer|
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