Graduate School Meeting with Georgetown President Robert J. Henle, S.J., 1974
Henle, R. J. (Robert John), 1909-2000
Georgetown University Archives, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Herzberg, Donald G.
Dean Donald G. Herzberg introduces President Henle at the first meeting of Georgetown's Graduate faculty. The Dean references the adoption of a new constiution for the School in January 1974, which among other things changed the name of the School from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to simply the Graduate School. President Henle begins his address around the 5 minute 39 second mark. He comments that when he arrrived at Georgetown he was "very unhappy with the fact that we had a less than . . . formal structure for the Graduate School." He then proceeds to talk about his view of the "substantive character of the graduate school in the United States." He denies rumors that he plans to close the School at the 25 minute 37 second mark.
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