viii The History of Wake Forest
16 Speaking with a Southern Accent:
Culture and Unity, 1998–1999 267
17 A Divinity School, Vienna, Anticipation and
Controversy, 1999–2000 281
18 A Presidential Debate, the Beginning of a
Campaign, and the Z. Smith Reynolds Gift, 2000–2001 305
19 September 11, Reynolda House, and Health
Sciences, 2001–2002 327
20 Transitions, Field Hockey, a Centennial, and
Remembrance, 2002–2003 347
21 Brain Cancer, a Sixth Theme Year, and
Another Field Hockey Title, 2003–2004 367
22 The End and Start of an Era, 2004–2005 387
Epilogue 407
Appendix A  Faculty and Departments, 1983–2005 413
Appendix B  Death of Faculty, Staff, and Trustees, 1984–2005 565
Appendix C  Retirees from the Reynolda and Medical
School Campuses, 1984–2005 573
Appendix D  Board of Trustees, 1983–2005 583
Appendix E  Medallion of Merit, 1984–2005 588
Appendix F  Distinguished Alumni Awards, 1983–2005 590
Appendix G  Sports Hall of Fame, 1983–1984 to 2004–2005 593
Appendix H  Commencement Speakers, 1994–2005 596
Appendix I      Baccalaureate Speakers, 1984–2005 597
Appendix J   Residential Professors for
Overseas Houses 599
Appendix K   Reynolds Research Leaves, 1983–2005 605
Appendix L   Average Full-Time Faculty
Salaries during Hearn Years 615
Appendix M  Award for Excellence in Advising, 1988–2004 616
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