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Q?   3 ]Enm‘ VV. MILLER ...................................................................................... Editor
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Dreams are ephemeral things, woven from the cobwebs of desire, and not often in e
the span of a. generation docs a happy dream reach the material fruition which
we are witnessing here today in the dedication of your new campus home. ,
This beautiful building is a monument to the hopes, the dreams and the concerted
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N THE INTERVENINC months since I assumed chief instrument for bringing about improvement. It is
I the UK presidency, I have become more and more increasingly clear that universities of the future are
convinced that we have at the apex of our educa- destined to become the very centers of society. ._
tional system in Kentucky a University about to burst The Commonwealth must be called upon to support
into full bloom. This University, if properly nurtured in our University even more generously than it has in the I
the immediate years ahead, can flower into one of the past. However, the difference between mediocrity and
{ine state universities of the nation. excellency for the University of Kentucky will depend  
Even before Mrs. Oswald, Elizabeth, Nancy, john ]r. on what the University family, its alumni and friends,
and I arrived in Kentucky to stay, I was impressed with can provide. An annual giving and major gifts program
what I like to describe as a healthy ferment. This desire can mean the difference between a distinguished faculty [
for action and yearning for quality becomes progressively and an ordinary one, and between adequate facilities and ‘ I
more impressive each day. It is evident among the fac- substandard ones—in other words, provide a margin of 5
ulty, staff, trustees, alumni, friends of the University, and excellence. These two factors, along with attracting more i
most importantly, the students. able students in larger numbers, are vital in building l
I It is the responsibility of every administrator to pro- a University of quality as well as quantity. I
drice an atmosphere where things happen, which en- High among the priorities of the University is the need .
courages action, enthusiasm and a restlessness that can to centralize development with the designation of an l
only be satisfied by success. Accordingly, some academic able person to head the program. Heretofore, individual I
policy changes have already been effected and others, alumni, individual faculty and colleges have approached 0
which some may consider sweeping, will begin to be persons for small bequests—persons who might well be ,
implemented within the next few months. in the position to make a major contribution to the Uni- I  
Ihave informed the Board of Trustees of my intention varsity if appraachad ProPorIY· I am already gIVIng  
to present to them in june of 1964 an academic plan of thonght tv ostahhshtng a vigaraus Program In doVoIoP‘ `
the University and a long—range physical plan to imple- mont and I oXPoot if to became a roahtY Within fha noxt p
ment it. The plan will be designed to face up to the pros- few months- ·
pects of changes resulting from increasing enrollment, The PooPIo ot K€ntnokY have oVorY right ta BXPECI
the development of new discipline areas, changes in the to roaP dividends trorn their invasfmams in htghor odn‘
composition of the student body, increased interest in oatIon· It rnnst be tho gcal of tho adrnInI$tratIon> IaCnItY
certain fields, decreased in others, and a changing rela- and Statt to Soo to if that tho rotnrn on fha Pnbncls 4
tionship between teaching and research. This will mean, Invostrnont in tho UnIV€r$ItY of Kanwakia is Inghor than t
perhaps, some reorganization, and most certainly will that vt an>’ othor· Damanstrating our Worth to and I
mess the total University as opposed to college and our oonoorn tor our oon$tItnonoY WIII roaP naoro $nP‘ t
departmental emphastg port, both financial and moral. *
ln the last analysis, a University is its faculty. And the Lat aaa atsum you that I am Pleased aa ba a Part at 1
real worth of a faculty lies in its ability to teach, to do the Umverslty at Kentucky and that I am honored aa ‘
rmt, to mts. and to carry out puiiiic service. nie hava baaa aakaa ta aaaa aaa aaa }aaaa¤aaa-_r-at aa i a
policy Changes and academic plan will be designed to together, the faculty, staff and alumni, set our sights on t.
tncourage faculty efficiency and opportunity in all these aaaarraaaa for the Umverslty ar Kentucky I
. areas.  ,,,, ,   . . ,
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lcome to the University of Kentucky at a time when r , ‘r‘ aggtti  __ I  
Plans are being made to observe the institution’s 100th ·   X - _ , ra"
anniversary. UK and many of its sister institutions were r" - __*I{ _ll  ‘¥§ ., I ·
lvm out of public disenchantment with higher educa- L f· -.  Q;    - _ 
  tl0H that ignored social needs. The higher €dl1C3tlOI`l `·"—   fj!   E· _   It  `
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   I T O PROVIDE a group dedicated to greater service N —_
  IQ  to the University of Kentucky" was the formalized  
Q°   ` I statement of purpose adopted by the Senior AS.
    sociates at their meeting October 24. A few minuteg
ii  i before its adoption, President ]ohn W. Oswald spelled
A out how the new organization might go about being of
  . I greater service.
  , . I But before he did, the new President pointed out that.
    ' in fact, the Alumni Association has been more oriental
      to fellowship and nostalgia than honest to goodness sup. »
I fi  i port of its University. The time has now come in this ,
    critical period of the University`s development, he ein. 5
  1 phasized, for the alumni to assist in providing the margin  
    (of funds) which will result in excellence. "fr
.     I·Ie then launched into a blueprint for projects the
 iff n Senior Associates might consider. ’
  ·   1. Initiate a strong animal giving program of the
  ` A   Alumni Association for scholarships for better students
  and to help in the recruitment and retention of ahle
    i DEDICATED “‘°““’“ """‘"""’
    2. Initiate a major gifts program for buildings, en-
.         dowed professorships and endowed scholarships. Look at
  I any of the great institutions in the country, public and
·   I     private, and these are the types of bequests that make the
    . real difference, the President explained.
_       3. Provide a governmental support committee to assist
_       the University administration in its many contacts with
  I   state and federal officials. helping the administration
`   , to present the Universityls role to public officials.
i       Dr. Oswald said he was asking the Senior Associates
;   . to serve in the "greater service” role in order that the
I   - Alumni Association might serve its major purpose. "\\`e
    I are turning to individuals who already have demon-
    I strated this dedication and who have shown in even'
Q   I It way the ability, judgment and wisdom to undertake this
.   ,   important task.”
E   , I   To head this group of obviously successful alumni. the
;   I I Senior Associates chose George \Varwick, ’16, Lancaster,
.     ` Pa., retired general manager of foreign operations i0l’
`   A the Armstrong Cork Company, who flew back from
,   Europe to attend the meeting. Warwick will have the
_-   I j~ title of chairman. Edward S. Dabney, ’20, Lexingt0H
I   . f   banker, was named vice chairman, and Mrs. Sarah B. 
 ;     Holmes, ,29, emeritus dean of women, was named seCf<’·
    * tary-treasurer.
 if   . I \Varwick, who conceived the idea of the Senior At
’   · , T' sociates, told them that working in the areas 0tliliU€“d
I    i   y by President Oswald will be rewarding “to us pcrsoIlIlHll)'
I   I and to the University to whom we owe so much. HC
I  i.,-I I   is giving study to appointment of committees to \\‘0Il*
    V with the President on the projects. ` HALL M
f`   » I The group will meet again May 15, 1964. l E"¥[“"dC
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