The Purpose of a University

Dr. Robert B. Sloan, Jr.
Airdate: July 12, 2013



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Formerly, universities were considered institutions that form character and develop virtue. Now they are more often thought of as dispensaries of the necessary skills and information for getting a job. In the first convocation Dr. Sloan gave in the Morris Cultural Arts Center, he gave the students a vision of education that is larger than just acquiring skills and knowledge. He also gave them a killer Napoleon Dynamite impression.

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