A Message from Saybrook University President Dr. Mark Schulman – New Directions II
Last May, I shared the first issue of New Directions, a report beginning a series of regular communications to our community on the current state of Saybrook and how I see our vision and priorities evolving.
As we conclude our quadragennial (40th) anniversary year, I thought what better way to report on our progress than by sharing with you a few key excerpts from our 40th anniversary book: What Does It Mean to be Human? As I note in the introduction to the book, our story is a rich and robust tale of how we began, how we grew, and how we reinvented ourselves yet one that is still unfolding as we seek to follow our wonderful institution into its still-forming future.
I hope that the excerpts you find attached will bring a smile to your heart and a commitment to make the next chapters of our history even more inspiring than what is here. If you’d like to read more, you are welcome to purchase the entire book at the reduced price of $20 by contacting [email protected].
Look for New Directions III in spring 2012 for my next update on our progress.