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All to one another : the university at home and in the world

Author: Andrew A Sorensen
Publisher: Columbia, SC : Published by the University of South Carolina Press for the Office of the President of the University of South Carolina, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"All to One Another collects the recent articles and speeches of Andrew A. Sorensen, on the evolving place of institutions of higher learning at the local and global levels as good stewards of existing resources and as entrepreneurial innovators. Informed by the varied experiences of his distinguished career as a university educator and administrator, Dr. Sorensen stresses in this concise volume the importance of  Read more...
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Named Person: Andrew A Sorensen; Andrew A Sorensen
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew A Sorensen
ISBN: 9781570037733 1570037736
OCLC Number: 217263173
Description: xiii, 114 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. University --
1. Remarks at a Memorial Service for Six Carolina Students and a Clemson University Student Who Perished Together in an October 28, 2007, House Fire --
2. State of the University Address --
3. Remarks to the University's Women's Studies Twentieth Annual Conference --
Pt. 2. University in the Community --
4. Remarks to the Greater Columbia (South Carolina) Community Relations Council --
5. Remarks upon Receiving the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce Ambassador of the Year Award --
6. Remarks at the Mayor's State of the City (Columbia, South Carolina) Address --
Pt. 3. University in the State --
7. Role of Research Universities in Transforming South Carolina's Economy --
8. Transformation of Research and Education in the Health Professions at the University of South Carolina --
9. Fully Fund the Endowed Chairs Program: It's a Smart Investment in South Carolina's Future --
Pt. 4. University in the World --
10. Principal Challenges to Public Higher Education in the United States --
11. Bridging the Gap between Academic Health Centers and the Rest of the Academy --
12. Role of Universities in Responding to Technological and Economic Transformation --
13. Reflections of Scotland on the Occasion of the Professor and Mrs. Roy Gift of the Burns Collection to the Thomas Cooper Library.
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"All to One Another collects the recent articles and speeches of Andrew A. Sorensen, on the evolving place of institutions of higher learning at the local and global levels as good stewards of existing resources and as entrepreneurial innovators. Informed by the varied experiences of his distinguished career as a university educator and administrator, Dr. Sorensen stresses in this concise volume the importance of building partnerships both on and off campus to foster the vitality of the university; of pursuing new avenues in diversity, technology, and research to secure the investments of a dynamic base of constituents; and of effectively managing the interconnected responsibilities needed more than ever by university leaders."--BOOK JACKET.

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