1 Remarks on the Humanities at Carnegie Mellon University Hunter Rawlings April 21, 2014 I begin with a parable. Ancient Greek culture until the late 5th century B.C. was an almost entirely oral culture. By that I mean what we call literature, history, philosophy, drama, science, almost all knowledge, was transmitted o
by AAU President Hunter Rawlings upon receiving the Madison Medal, conferred by
Princeton University annually “on an alumnus or alumna of the Graduate School
who has had a distinguished career, advanced the cause of graduate education or
achieved a record of outstanding public service.”
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES www.aau.edu 1200 New York Avenue, NW Suite 550 Washington, DC 20005 202.408.7500 202.408.8184 fax Remarks by Hunter R. Rawlings III Research Universities and the Future of America: A National Convocation on Breakthrough Actions October 10, 2013 I will not mince words today
REMARKS BY HUNTER RAWLINGS FOR THE INAUGURATION OF CHRIS EISGRUBER AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY SEPTEMBER 22, 2013 It is a great pleasure and privilege to be here for Chris’s inauguration. As a graduate alumnus, and longtime colleague of Bob Goheen, Bill Bowen, Harold Shapiro and Shirley Tilghman, and now Chris, I feel clos
Testimony of Hunter R. Rawlings III President, Association of American Universities Before the United States Senate Committee on the Budget February 26, 2013 Chairwoman Murray, Ranking Member Sessions, and members of the committee, thank you for the opportunity to testify today about the impact of budget sequestration
Hunter Rawlings President, Association of American Universities Remarks at Stop Sequestration Press Conference February 11, 2013 Thank you all for being here. I’m Hunter Rawlings, president of the Association of American Universities, which represents 60 of the nation’s top public and private research universities. As
Hunter R. Rawlings III President, Association of American Universities Presentation to Chancellor Holden Thorp and the Board of Trustees University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill September 27, 2012.
AAU President Hunter Rawlings speaks at a conference on the future of the research university at Rice University.
1 Written testimony of AAU President Hunter Rawlings before the Joint Oversight Committee on Higher Education Governance, Excellence and Transparency. The committee is a House-Senate panel of the Texas legislature seeking advice on ways to improve higher education governance. Hunter Rawlings President, Association of A
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