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UNT Insider | April 2007 Issue | Gretchen M. Bataille's Inauguration Address

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Gretchen M. Bataille's Inauguration Address

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  • Part 1 - Welcome

  • Part 2 - Changing face of Higher Education in America and the challenge it brings

  • Part 3 - UNT's responsibility in educating new generations and preparing them for the future

  • Part 4 - Announcement of new UNT Emerald Eagle Scholars program, aiding UNT's academically talented, first-time freshmen who have high financial needs

  • Part 5 - Announcement of new $100,000 endowment to support the Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw Scholarship Fund to benefit Happy Hill Farm Academy graduates who will attend UNT

  • Part 6 - UNT's history of excellence in creating new and nationally recognized programs

  • Part 7 - Priorities to be pursued under President Bataille's leadership and the UNT Strategic Plan

  • Part 8 - Critical need for legislative and alumni support for Higher Education

  • Part 9 - UNT's ongoing commitment to build new connections with business, industry and our larger communities as well as new partnerships across academic disciplines

  • Part 10 - UNT's responsibility in training future global leaders

  • Part 11 - UNT's commitment to diversity and Higher Education accessibility for all

  • Part 12 - Closing remarks

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April 2007

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