Myer Horowitz, President (1979-1989)
"We serve society well when our graduates leave us with a rich and rigorous education that helps them to become sensitive to the problems of society and appreciative of a myriad of cultural possibilities.
"We serve society well when many of our undergraduates are prepared for the demands of graduate study and when our graduate students and students in professional programs are perceived by government, by business and labour groups, by professional associations, and generally by fellow employees, as extremely well-prepared teachers, lawyers, physicians, engineers, and numerous other professionals—not just master technicians, but also thinking and feeling and committed people.
"And we service society well when we are involved in the exploration of the frontiers of knowledge in many fields."
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