“I got into academic administration because I’m passionate about faculty governance. I have a deep appreciation for the quality of the faculty across JHU, and I’m looking forward to getting to know far more about all of the schools.”
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Great universities are at their best when they bring together scholars and students from a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives in an atmosphere of free and open inquiry that encourages the fertile and vigorous pursuit of a variety of ideas.
The commission’s charge is to interpret the mission of an undergraduate education in the 21st century and develop a new model that will serve us for the next decade or more.
Our simple aim is to make scholars, strong, bright, useful, and true.
Daniel Coit Gilman First President of Johns Hopkins University (1876)