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 text-only version of the President's Report 1994-1995. A version including images and using Netscape extensions
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
© 1994 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.
For a paper copy of this report, send email to Nancy A. Tramontin, Director of Publications at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (804) 924-4524 and request a copy.
Go on to Report of the President John T. Casteen, III
Office of University Publications Home Page
University of Virginia Home Page
This page is maintained by the University Publications Office
WWW design by Constanze Witt; other credits.
WWW version December 1995