Index 667
academic requirements
for athletic
scholarships, 46
ACC expansion, 130
accolades, 112, 130
administrative
planning,94
advisory committee for
elm trees, 48
annual commitment to
athletics department,
356
appointment, 1–3
appointment of Richard
Dean, 255
assurance to parents after
September 11, 327
Athletic Oversight
Committee, 114
Baptist governance, 25
Baptist State Convention
negotiations, 40–41,
54–56
Benson University Center
opening ceremony, 134
“Birmingham Mafia,” 129
brain cancer treatment,
367
budget guidelines,
277–278, 344, 364
Campaign for Wake
Forest University:
Honoring the Promise,
302, 389
cardiac surgery, 192, 207
Chair of the Knight
Commission, 396
Chair of the Piedmont
Triad Development
Corporation, 146
christening of Thomas K.
Hearn shell, 397
commencement speeches,
1, 21, 39, 53, 71, 73, 89,
107, 123, 139, 157, 175,
191, 209, 229, 249, 267,
281, 305, 325, 327, 347,
367, 387
Committee to Implement
the Report on the
Status of Women,
313–314
communication
between faculty
and administration,
288–289
compensation package,
206
concerns about AT&T’s
Reynolda Road facility,
85
concern with eating
disorders among
students, 201
concern with referee
manipulation, 335
concern with student
alcohol consumption,
14–15, 75, 220,
255–256
construction projects, 67
criticism of presidential
search, 5–6
denial of tenure for
Michael Gilbert, 150
description of
institutional strengths,
163
diversity concerns, 24
Divinity School, 96
electrical substation
project, 263–264
exchange programs, 111,
313
faculty compensation,
146, 334
financial campaigns,
23–24, 50, 51, 68, 136,
308–310, 387, 389
first Student Government
State of the University
address, 243
first-year seminars, 229
focus on administrative
planning, 59
founding of Leadership
Winston-Salem, 10
Freshman Evenings, 200
Gilbert and Sullivan Gala
in honor of, 387
goal for Wake Forest to
remain in upper tier
of private institutions,
268–269
Graylyn restoration, 16–17
Heritage and Promise
Campaign, 136
Honoring the Promise
Campaign, 306–307,
389
inauguration, 3–5
intentions to renovate and
rebuild, 48–49
interest in student
opinions, 139–140
intolerance for foul
language in sports, 166
on investment in School
of Law, 8
J. Paul Sticht Center on
Aging, 96
landscaping plans,108
letters to Nancy Susan
Reynolds, 23
library renovation, 135
lunch-counter sit-in
anniversary, 338–339
maintenance of Calvin
Jones House, 226
market value of
endowment in 2000,
324
member of North
Carolina Standards
and Accountability
Commission, 181
minority enrollment, 169
Moby Dick Marathon,
259
name change for Bowman
Gray School of
Medicine, 251–252
negotiations for new
coliseum, 61
North Carolina Presidents’
Summit on Alcohol Use
& Abuse, 379
North Carolina public
transportation
commission, 217
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