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THE INSTALLATION OF 

JAMES RICHARD LEUTZE 

AS CHANCELLOR OF 

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

AT WILMINGTON 



FRIDAY, THE FIFTH OF APRIL 

NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE 

HALF PAST TEN O'CLOCK 

TRASK COLISEUM 




JAMES RICHARD LEUTZE 

Chancellor 

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

Dr. James R. Leutze will be formally installed today as the fifth chief 
administrator of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington since its 
founding in 1947. 

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An administrator, scholar, teacher, and expert on foreign policy. Dr. Leutze 
began his academic career in 1968 at the University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill. In 1979 he was named Chairman of the Curriculum in Peace, 
War, and Defense, and in 1986 was appointed the first Dowd Professor of 
War and Peace. The following year he became President of Hampden-Sydney 
College in Virginia. 

Dr. Leutze is the recipient of numerous awards for excellence in teaching 
and scholarship. As a professor of history he was awarded the Standard Oil 
and Tanner Teaching Awards. He is the author or editor of four books and 
numerous professional articles. Bargaining for Supremacy: Anglo-American Naval 
Collaboration, 1937-1941 received the Bernath Prize for distinguished 
publication in the field of American foreign policy. A Different Kind of Victory: 
A Biography of Admiral Thomas C. Hart earned the John Lyman Book Award 
in U.S. Naval History. 

He is the creator, producer, and host of Globe Watch, an international 
affairs series that has aired on public television networks for the past eight 
years. 

A native of Charleston, South Carolina, he grew up in Salisbury, 
Maryland. Dr. Leutze earned his bachelor's degree from the University of 
Maryland, his master's in English from the University of Miami (Florida), 
and his doctorate in history from Duke University. He is married to the 
former Kathleen Erskine. They have three children. 

Dr. Leutze assumed office in July 1990. 



PROGRAM 



Order of Exercises Friday, the fifth of April 



PROCESSION 



Wilmington Symphony Orchestra 
Steven Errante, conductor 

Dorothy Dempsey 



Music For The Royal Fireworks 
George Frederick Handel 

Bagpipe 



PRESIDING 



CD. Spangler, Jr. 



President 
Universiti/ of North Carolina 



The Reverend John Chilton Mott 



INVOCATION 



GREETINGS 



From the United States Congress 



The Honorable Martin Lancaster 

House of Representatives 
Third District 



From the People of North Carolina 



Alan V. Pugh 

Senior Assistant and Special Counsel 

to the Governor 



From the UNC Board of Governors 



Samuel H. Poole 
Chair 



From the UNCW Board of Trustees 



W. Albert Corbett 

Chair 



From the Faculty 



From the Staff 



From the Student Body 



Kenneth R. Gurganus 

President, Faculty Senate 

Dorothy P. Marshall 

Registrar 

Senior Staff Member 

Ken Lemon 
President, Student Government Association 



From the Alumni Association 



Rebecca Blackmore 
President, Alumni Association 



From the County of New Hanover 



From the City of Wilmington 



From the UNCW Chancellor EmeHtus 



E. L. Mathews, Jr. 
County Commissioner 

Don Betz 

Mayor 

William H. Wagoner 



C. D. Spangler, Jr. 



PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION 
OF THE CHANCELLOR 



President, University of North Carolina 



James G. Exum, Jr. 



THE OATH 



Chief Justice 
North Carolina Supreme Court 



James R. Leutze 



THE INSTALLATION RESPONSE 

"UNCW: Past, Present, Future" 



Chancellor 
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 



BENEDICTION 



Bishop Thomas H. Wright 



Retired Episcopal Bishop of 
Eastern North Carolina 



RECESSIONAL 

Wilmington Symphony Orchestra Music For The Royal Fireworks 




ORDER OF THE ACADEMIC PROCESSION 

University Marshal 

James R. Beeler 

Delegates of Colleges and Universities 



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Transylvania University 

University of Georgia 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

University of Tennessee 

University of Louisville 

Indiana University 

University of Delaware 

Wake Forest University 

Emory University 

Emory & Henry College 

Wesleyan College 

Davidson College 

Duke University 

Greensboro College 

Longwood College 

Hollins College 

Mary Baldwin College 

Saint Mary's College 

U.S. Naval Academy 

Birmingham Southern College 



Margaret Hooper Turner 

Alumna 

Donald Jackson McFadyen 
Alumnus 

Patricia Carol Ellis 
Alumna 

Paul Hardin 
Chancellor 

Anne Dale 
Alumna 

Neil A. Worden 
Alumnus 

Ned R. Lavengood 

Alumnus 

Katherine M. Brandi 

Alumna 

Patricia C. Carriker 
Alumni Council Member 

James C. Dixon 

Alumnus 

William B. Farris 

Alumnus 

D. Maxine Maddox 
Alumna 

Alexander F. Schenck 
Alumnus 

El N. Clark 
Alumnus 

Robert T. K. Scully 
Vice President 

Carol J. Cooper 

Alumna 

Wyndham Robertson 
Alumna and Trustee 

Marjorie Moore Council 

Alumna 

Ann Penton Longley 
Alumna 

Frank Conlon 
Alumnus 

Thomas H. Cleveland 

Alumnus 






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Peace College 



Garrett Briggs 

President 



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Queen's College 



Elizabeth Edwards Leonard 

Alumna 



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Shaw University 
King College 
Vanderbilt University 



McLouis Clayton 
Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Roger E. Home 

Alumnus 

James H. Nelson 
Alumnus 



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Livingstone College 
Bridgewater College 
Presbyterian College 



William H. Dudley 

Alumnus 

John A. Baden III 

Environmental Biologist 

William W. Hall, Jr. 

Alumnus 



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Pfeiffer College 



Zane E. Eargle 
President 



1887 



North Carolina State University 



Larry K. Monteith 

Chancellor 



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Pembroke State University 



Agnes Scott College 



Gene Warren 
Public Information Director 

Elizabeth Henderson Cameron 

Alumna 



1889 



Clemson University 



John R. Jefferies 

Alumnus 



1891 



David Lipscomb University 



Floyd P. Kirby 

Alumnus'' 



1891 



Elizabeth City State University 



Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr. 

Chancellor 



1892 



University of North Carolina at Greensboro 



William E. Moran 

Chancellor 



1892 



Winston-Salem State University 



Cleon F. Thompson, Jr. 

Chancellor 



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Wingate College 



Robert N. Moore 
Alumnus 



1899 



Appalachian State University 



John E. Thomas 

Chancellor 



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Sweet Briar College 



Mary Murchison Gornto 

Alumna 



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Barton College 



James B. Hemby, Jr. 

President 



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Gardner-Webb College 



M. Christopher White 
President 



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East Carolina University 



Richard R. Eakin 

Chancellor 



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Coker College 



Joanne King Corbett 

Trustee 



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Georgia State University 

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use Coastal Carolina College 

Methodist College 

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Pitt Community College 

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Nova University 

Richmond Community College 

Southeastern Community College 

Cleveland Community College 

Craven Community College 

Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College 

Nash Community College 

University of South Carolina at Spartanburg 

Sampson Community College 

Southside Virginia Community College 



Frances Franklin Ross 

Alumna 

Norman Kaylor 
Alumnus 

J. Calvin Leonard 
Associate Dean for School of Continuing Studies 

Charles G. Boone 
Alumnus 

James H. Woodward 
Chancellor 

Carol Klein Thompson 

Alumna 

James A. Coats 
Vice President for Operations 

Sally M. Horner 
Vice Chancellor for Planning and Fiscal Affairs 

Fiore A. Bergamasco 
Director of Admissions 

David Robin Wagoner 
Faculty, Chemistry Department 

James Theodore Cheatham III 
Alumnus 

Nora H. Hargrove 

Alumna 

Donald L. Reichard 
President 

Robert Kugelmann 

Alumnus 

Joseph W. Grimsley 
President 

Thelma H. Barnes 

Chair, College Transfer Division 

L. Steve Thornburg 
President 

Lewis S. Redd 
President 

M. Rudy Groomes 

President 

Carolyn Brown Thompson 
Foundation Director 

Russell E. Black 

Alumnus 

Clifton W. Paderick 
President 

John J. Cavan 

President 



UNCW Student Delegates 



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Men's Basketball Team 

Brannon Lancaster 

1965 

Soccer Team 
Tom Redmond 

1968 

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 

Peter Leighton 

1970 

Financial Management Assoc. 

Elizabeth S. Carney 

1970 

UNCW Biology Club 

Courtney Wedemann 

1971 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

Joi Falana 

1971 

Men's Tennis Team 

Michael E. Kelly 

1973 

Women's Basketball Team 

Tressa Reese 

1976 

College Republicans 

Christy Gunnell 

1976 

Phi Beta Lambda 

Amelia Brown 

1976 

UNCW Club Football 

Bill Reynolds 

1978 

Men's Swimming Team 

Steve Hewins 

1979 

Delta Zeta Sorority 

Jodi Haire 

1979 

Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society 

Kristen Grady 

1979 

Women's Golf Team 

Nina Van Drumpt 

1979 

Women's Swimming Team 

Mary Tarter 



1981 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 

William Henderson 

1981 

American Marketing Assoc. 

Andrew Williams 

1983 

Interfraternity Council and 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity 
Chris Fong 

1983 

Panhellenic Council 

Kim Dewey 

1985 

UNCW Economics Club 

Rodney McCall 

1986 

Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 

Margaret Haynes 

1986 

Catholic Campus Ministry 

Paul Cairney 

1986 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 

Alan Bjorkland 

1986 

UNCW Crew Club 

Curt Browder 

1987 

Fellowship of Christian 
University Students 
Jill Hollows 

1987 

Smoothtalkers 
Laura Young 

1987 

Rifle Marksmanship Team 

Stephanie A. Boucher 

1987 

UNCW Ambassadors 

Burt Kilpatrick 

1987 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 

Anesia Iszard 

1988 

French Club 
Tracy Joiner 

1988 

Greek President's Council 

Christin Curtis 




1989 

Alpha Phi Sorority 

Christine Bricker 

1989 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 

Jeff Carles 

1990 

Aquaculture Club 
Al Guilliam 

1990 

Chi Omega Sorority 

Tina Lankford 

1990 

Geology Club 
Brett McLaurin 

1990 

Lead Consultants 

Jennifer Young 

1990 

UNCW Healthstyle Club 

Angela Holder 

1990 

University Unitarian 

Universalists 

Elliott Wurtzel 

1991 

Residence Hall Association 

Margaret Elizabeth Pope 

Historical Society 
Benajah Eure 

Phi Beta Sigma 
Conley Perry 



The Faculty of the University 



Board of Trustees 
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 



John G. Ashby 

Wilmitigton, NC 

W. Albert Corbett 

Wilwiii;^toii, NC 

Garland B. Garrett, Jr. 

Wilmington, NC 

Eunice T. (Bambi) MacRae 

Wilmington, NC 

Thomas B. Rabon, Jr. 

Wilmington, NC 



George Rountree, III 

Wilmington, NC 
Nancy R. Stallings 

Neiv Bern, NC 

C. Heide Trask 

Wilmington, NC 

Robert F. Warwick 

Wilmington, NC 



Polly L. White 

Wilmington, NC 

Eugene E. Wright, Jr. 

Fayetteville, NC 

Connie S. Yow 

Wilmington, NC 

Ken Lemon 

President, UNCW Student 
Government Association 



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The Platform Party 

Installation Program Participants 

The University Board of Trustees 

William H. Wagoner, Chancellor Emeritus 

Charles L. Cahill, Provost and Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs 

R. O. Walton, Jr., Vice Chancellor, Business Affairs 

William A. Bryan, Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs 

Jane Smith Patterson, Interim Vice Chancellor, University Advancement 

Carolyn Simmons, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 

Norman R. Kaylor, Dean, Cameron School of Business Administration 

Roy Harkin, Dean, School of Education 

Marlene M. Rosenkoetter, Dean, School of Nursing 

Eric G. Bolen, Dean, Graduate School 

Pat Leonard, Dean of Students 




BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



The University of North Carolina 



Roderick D. Adams 

Durham, NC 

Irwin Belk 

Charlotte, NC 

Lois G. Britt 

Kenansville, NC 

Philip G. Carson 

Asheville, NC 

Wayne A. Corpening 

Winston-Salem, NC 

J. Earl Danieley 

Eton College, NC 

Walter R. Davis 
Kitty Hawk, NC 

Charles D. Evans 

Nags Head, NC 

Charles Z. Flack, Jr. 

Forest City, NC 

John A. Garwood 

N. Wilksboro, NC 

P. Phillip Haire 

Si/lva, NC 



James E. Holshouser, Jr. 

Southern Pines, NC 

Wallace N. Hyde 

Raleigh, NC 

Joy J. Johnson 

Fairmont, NC 

Robert L. Jones 

Raleigh, NC 

John R. Jordan, Jr. 

Raleigh, NC 

Betty R. McCain 

Wilson, NC 

Reginald F. McCoy 

Laurinburg, NC 

Martha F. McNair 

Winston-Salem, NC 

D. Samuel Neill 

Hendersonville , NC 

Ellen Newbold 
Rose Hill, NC 

Maxine H. O'Kelley 

Burlington, NC 



Samuel H. Poole 

Raleigh, NC 

W. Travis Porter 

Research Triangle Park, NC 

J. Aaron Prevost 

Hazelwood, NC 

Louis T. Randolph 

Washington, NC 

Maceo A. Sloan 

Durham, NC 

Asa T. Spaulding, Jr. 

Durham, NC 

Pricilla Patterson Taylor 

Greensboro, NC 

Joseph E. Thomas 

Nexv Bern, NC 

Gus H. Tulloss 

Rocky Mount, NC 

Harold H. Webb 

Raleigh, NC 

Ruth Dial Woods 

Lumberton, NC 



INSTALLATION COMMITTEE 

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

M. Tyrone Rowell, Chair 
Jane Smith Patterson and Everard H. Smith, Co-chairs 



George Bair 
Renee Brantley 
Joey Collins 
Mimi Cunningham 
Thad Dankel 
Carl Dempsey 
Vicki Dull 
Claude Farrell 
Ann Freeman 
Sandra Hargas 
Millicent A. Jackson 
Lee Johnston 



Carol King 
Charles King 
Patsy Larrick 
Ned Lavengood 
Howard Lipman 
Bambi MacRae 
Michelle Mayo 
Barbara McDowell 
James McGowan 
David Miller 
Richard Mullendore 



Daniel Pyler 
Marcee Raab 
Allison Relos 
Margaret Robison 
Ruby Stewart 
Frank Tascone 
Lana Taylor 
Earline Teeter 
Mary Thomson 
Bob Tyndall 
Polly White 



HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY 




The University of North Carolina at 
Wilmington is a community of scholars 
dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, 
artistic achievement, and service to local and 
global communities. It is an evolving 
comprehensive university that values close 
relationships among students, faculty, and 
staff in a diverse, supportive, and 
challenging intellectual environment. 

The university owes much of its dynamic 
character to its heritage and location. The 
university began as Wilmington College in 
1947 and joined the University of North 
Carolina system in 1969. The student- 
centered philosophy of the university comes 
in part from its origin as a community college 
with small classes and extensive interaction 
between students and faculty. With growth, 
the focus has expanded to include graduate students, bringing increased 
opportunities for scholarly activities. 

As the only public university in southeastern North Carolina, the 
university is committed to providing lifelong learning opportunities, assisting 
with the improvement of public school education, and enhancing the 
personal, cultural, and economic health of the region. 

Located in a historic port city, the university provides related experiences 
in cultural, commercial, and archaeological studies. The proximity of the 
Atlantic Ocean enables the university to be a leader in marine studies and 
provides an exceptional opportunity to teach and practice environmental 
awareness and responsibility. 

The programs offered by the university include four-year programs leading 
to the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees within the College of 
Arts and Sciences, the Cameron School of Business Administration, the 
School of Education, and the School of Nursing. Graduate programs leading 
to the Master of Education, the Master of Science, the Master of Arts, the 
Master of Arts in Teaching, and the Master of Business Administration 
degrees are also available. A cooperative doctoral program in marine biology 
is offered in conjunction with North Carolina State University. 



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Presidents, Wilmington College 

T. T. Hamilton 1947-1951 

John T. Hoggard 1951-1958 

William M. Randall 1958-1968 

William H. Wagoner 1968-1969 

Chancellors, The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

William H. Wagoner 1969-1990 
James R. Leutze 1990 - 



THE UNIVERSITY MACE 



The UNCW mace, carried for the first time at the installation ceremony, 
incorporates elements and materials important to the history of our 
university and region. The boss, or top of the mace, represents the essence 
of education, the flame of learning. It was designed to embody humankind's 
timeless pursuit of knowledge and quest for truth. 

Below the boss are four official seals important to the university's history. 
They represent: the County of New Hanover, Wilmington College, the 
University of North Carolina, and the University of North Carolina at 
Wilmington. Four bands on the shaft symbolize UNCW's four academic 
areas: the College of Arts and Sciences, the Cameron School of Business 
Administration, the School of Education, and the School of Nursing. 

The terminus, or end piece, consists of a long leaf pine cone to symbolize 
the state tree that is common to the landscape of southeastern North 
Carolina. 

The boss and terminus are cast bronze and gold plated. The shaft is made 
of live oak, a tree indigenous to the area and characterized as hardy and 
enduring. Four gold-plated bands on the shaft resemble dentil molding 
common in the Georgian architecture of our campus. The bands are inlaid 
with mother of pearl to symbolize the university's ties to the Atlantic and 
leadership in marine studies. 

The mace was designed by Jeff Morvil, a Wilmington artist, and created by 
Marvin Jensen, a Penland, North Carolina sculptor. 

Archaeological evidence indicates that maces were used ceremonially in the 
Chalcolithic Era, 4000-3100 B.C.E. Findings reveal that Mesopotamian, 
Egyptian, and Mayan civilizations used a mace as a weapon and regarded it 
as a sign of power. During medieval times the mace was used as a battle 
weapon by bishops. Today it is a symbol of authority. 

The UNCW mace will be carried by the university marshal at future formal 
academic ceremonies. 



ACADEMIC REGALIA 



Colorful academic costumes are a notable feature of formal college and university 
functions throughout the world. Their design and the custom of wearing them at 
commencements, convocations, and inaugurations goes back to the Middle Ages when 
people of different social classes dressed distinctively. Because universities of that period 
were closely tied to the church, it is not surprising that the gowns worn by students and 
professors were similar to clerical robes. Though academic regalia may appear to be only 
decorative, heavy robes and hoods were quite practical for students and teachers working 
and living in unheated buildings. Wearing regalia at contemporary academic events reminds 
participants and observers of the long tradition of higher education in western culture. 

Academic regalia has been continuously used in European universities, but did not 
become popular in American schools until the nineteenth century when increasing numbers 
of Americans received doctoral degrees in Europe and returned with colorful hoods and 
gowns along with diplomas. Doctoral education became established in America in the latter 
part of the nineteenth century and so did the use of regalia by students and faculty at 
formal academic occasions. The basic design of the American academic costume was first 
established in 1895 when leading colleges adopted a set of standards maintained today by 
the American Council on Education and the Intercollegiate Bureau of Academic Costume. 
European schools never standardized designs and the unusual robes, hats, and hoods seen 
in American processions usually represent degrees awarded by foreign universities. 

Caps are most commonly stiff "mortarboards," a style originating at Oxford during the 
sixteenth century, though soft, multicornered tams are not uncommon. Tassels on caps tell 
the degree earned: black for bachelor's and master's degrees and gold for doctorates. 

The code of the Bureau of Academic Costume provides for three types of gowns. 
Bachelor's gowns are black with long, pointed sleeves; master's gowns are black and have 
long, closed sleeves with an arc near the bottom and a slit for the arm. The doctoral gowns 
are usually black with full, round open sleeves. Doctoral gowns also have wide velvet trim 
on the front and three velvet chevrons on the sleeves. The velvet trim may be a different 
shade of black or in a color matching the trim on the hood, the color symbolizing the 
subject area of the degree. Individuals in an academic procession normally wear the 
costume appropriate to the highest degree they hold. 

Hoods are the most colorful, distinctive, and symbolic feature of academic regalia. 
Originally a cowl, a shoulder cape, and a container for collecting alms, the hood is now 
worn in the back suspended from the shoulders. The bachelor's hood is three feet long, the 
master's three and a half, and the doctor's four feet long with wide side panels. For all 
degrees the colors of the conferring institution decorate the hood's lining and the color of 
the velvet border indicates the major field of study. The University of North Carolina at 
Wilmington hood is lined with green and gold. 



HOOD BORDER COLORS INDICATING FIELDS OF STUDY 

Arts: WHITE, Science: YELLOW; Education: LIGHT BLUE; Engineering: ORANGE; 

Music: PINK; Library Science: LEMON YELLOW; Business: DRAB; Law: PURPLE; 

Divinity: SCARLET; Medicine: GREEN; Philosophy: DARK BLUE, Nursing: APRICOT. 



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The University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

acknowledges with deep gratitude 

the gifts of alumni, friends, corporations and foundations 

whose generosity has sustained the university from its founding 

and whose faithfulness inspires the university's future. 



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