October 31, 2005

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In his third State of the University Address, Oct. 25 in Cox Hall, President Jim Wagner said Emory is on the brink of another “great period of transformation.” With much of the past two years spent developing the University’s recently released strategic plan and an updated campus master plan, now is the time to start turning plans into action. “It’s as though we have been on that first, upward climb on the roller coaster—the slow pull that builds anticipation and takes you to the highest point before the fun really begins,” he said. About 200 people attended the event, and nearly 100 more watched online.


Wagner: Time for the
fun ride to begin

After two years devoted significantly to a wide range of planning activity, Emory now is poised at the brink of another “great period of transformation,” President Jim Wagner said in his annual State of the University Address, Oct. 25 in the Cox Hall Ballroom.

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