University Reform: U.S.A., 1970 - A Symposium on the occasion of the inauguration of Robert J. Henle, S.J. as 45th President of Georgetown University, October 7, 1969. Georgetown University Press
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Panelists: Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C., President, University of Notre Dame, "Reform and the Future of the American Catholic University"; Dr, Allan M. Carter, Chancellor, New York Univesrity, "Redefining the Mission of the American University"; Dr, Harold Enarson, President, Cleveland State University, "Reform of University Governments"; The Honorable Edith Green, U.S. House of Representatives, "Federal University Policies for the 1970s"; and Rev. R.J. Henle, S.J., President, Georgetown University, "University Reform: U.S.A., 1970." Critics Bench: Dr. Herbert Masiel, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Physics Department; Mr. John G. Murphy, Professor of Law; Dr. Andre Hellegers, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Mr. Stephen Cheston, Student, Graduate School; Mr. John Kolojeski, President, Student Bar Association; and Mr. David Hill, Undergraduate, School of Foreign Service. The Ceremony of the Inauguration: Invocation by James Thomasson, Department of Theology; Invocation by Rabbi Nathan Abramowitz, Department of Theology; Greetings from Alumni Association by President J. Nevins McBride; Greetings from students by James C. Clark, President of the Undergraduate Student Government; Greetings from staff by Dayton C. Morgan, Vice President for Business; Greetings from faculty by Valerie Earle, Professor of Government and President of the University Senate; Greetings from Consortium of Universities of Metropolitan Washington by President George H. Williams of American University; Transmittal of of Charter, Great Seal, and University Mace by Chairman of the Board of Directors Edwin A, Quain, S.J.; and Closing Benediction by John B. McGee, S.J., Rector and Superior of the Jesuit Community of Georgetown University.
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