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S. RES. 65
Honoring Neil L. Rudenstine, President of Harvard University.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
March 29, 2001
Mr. Kerry (for himself and Mr. Kennedy) submitted the following
resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Health, Education,
Labor, and Pensions
April 26, 2001
Committee discharged; considered and agreed to
Honoring Neil L. Rudenstine, President of Harvard University.
Whereas Neil L. Rudenstine is retiring as the 26th President of Harvard
University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on June 30, 2001, after 10 years
of service in the position;
Whereas Harvard University, founded in 1636, is the oldest university in the
United States and 1 of the preeminent academic institutions in the
Whereas throughout the history of the United States, graduates of Harvard
University have served the United States as leaders in public service,
including 7 Presidents and many distinguished members of the United
States Senate and the House of Representatives;
Whereas in recognition of his belief in, and Harvard University's continued
commitment to, public service as a value of higher education, Neil L.
Rudenstine worked to establish the Center for Public Leadership at
Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government to prepare individuals
for public service and leadership in an ever-changing world;
Whereas in order to make a Harvard University education available to as many
qualified young people as possible, during Neil L. Rudenstine's tenure,
the University expanded its financial aid budget by $8,300,000 to help
students graduate with less debt;
Whereas Neil L. Rudenstine has made Harvard University a good neighbor in the
community of Cambridge and greater Boston by launching a $21,000,000
affordable housing program and by creating more than 700 jobs; and
Whereas Neil Rudenstine built an academic career of great distinction, including
2 bachelor's degrees, 1 from Princeton University and the other from
Oxford University, a Rhodes Scholarship, a Harvard Ph.D. in English,
recognition as a scholar and authority on Renaissance literature, and
preeminent positions in higher education: Now, therefore, be it
SECTION 1. HONORING NEIL L. RUDENSTINE.
(1) expresses deep appreciation to President Neil L.
Rudenstine of Harvard University for his contributions to
higher education, for the spirit of public service that
characterized his decade as Harvard University's President, for
his many years of academic leadership at other universities,
and for the grace and elegance that he brought to all he has
(2) wishes him well in every future endeavor, anticipating
the continuing benefit of his thoughtful expertise to American
SEC. 2. TRANSMITTAL.
The Secretary of the Senate shall transmit a copy of this
resolution to Neil L. Rudenstine.
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