Longwood University Presidential Inauguration Taylor Reveley IV





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Published on Nov 19, 2013

The revolutionary power of residential liberal arts education and the critical role of citizen leaders in today's society were among the topics that Longwood University's 26th president, W. Taylor Reveley IV, touched on in his inaugural address Friday, Nov. 15, 2013.

Describing Longwood as a historic institution standing "at this Virginia crossroads, where the Civil War ended and civil rights began," Reveley IV called for leadership in a changing world, progress in a global society, accountability within higher education and purpose in facing the future.

Joining him at the outdoor ceremony were his father, College of William & Mary President W. Taylor Reveley III, and close friend and colleague former Virginia Gov. Gerald L. Baliles. A reflection written by his grandfather, the late W. Taylor Reveley II, who served as president of nearby Hampden-Sydney College from 1963-77, was read at the ceremony.
- See more at: http://www.longwood.edu/2013releases_...

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