I am very proud to be its president and to serve in that office as GW moves toward the ful- fillment of its destiny. 4 The George Washington University STUDENT LIFE To say that students come first in all of our thinking at GW may seem like a truism. Meanwhile, the steady growth in the number of applications received by GW from potential students suggests that the relentlessness of our attention to student life is receiving a more- than-ample reward.
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The report that follows highlights a range of accomplishments that would justify a life- time of effort, but in fact represents a single decade of heartfelt dedication.
It is diffi- cult for any member or friend of our University community not to be gratified - indeed, thrilled - by these triumphs.
It is typical of GW’s leader that he has turned a bronze hippopotamus into a symbol of the academy.
We thank you, Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, and look forward to lots, lots more. Zeglis Chairman, The Board of Trustees The George Washington University 2 The George Washington University The University We Have In Common J ohn Zeglis’ overly generous appreciation moved me deeply when I read it - and was closely followed by some moments of self-scrutiny.
As much as any other university I had ever scrutinized, GW was an emblem of possibility, and a dramatic channel for ambition. Mathews-Roth: “Dietary beta-carotene and ultra- violet-induced immunosuppres- sion.” Clin.
So my “grand strategy” as GW’s president quickly became one of attentive and responsive enthusiasm.
Together, they are the "GW scene." GW's Solar Car has ranked as a student accomplishment of the first order ever since it won the 1996 World Solar Rally in Akita, Japan, defeating world-class competition.
GW's Colonial Inauguration has earned high praise as an orienta- tion experience for new students and their families.
In the pages that follow, you will find more than “a glance.” We offer for your review a portfolio that commemorates GW’s present moment, as we all approach a new century and a new millennium.
What GW will grow into as this new period in human history develops is in some ways uncertain.
Since my arrival on campus in the summer of 1988, I have been so immersed in the interactive position of University President that I have seldom had time to con- sider whether I was in fact a “leader” or a “follower.” What I saw around me then was a school whose formidable presence testi- fied to the devotion of those who founded it, those who nurtured it in its progress through the 19th century, and those who built it, literally and figura- tively, as it moved through the dramatic years of the 20th century.