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Oct. 12, 2000


Following are details about logistics for today’s event that might be helpful with your coverage:

Chancellor’s speech on the Web. News Services plans to post a transcript of Moeser’s speech as delivered this morning at The speech and downloadable color photographs from the installation ceremony should be available at that site by early afternoon.

Related helpful links include, the official installation Web site, and, which will include access an audio archive with key actualities from Moeser’s speech.

Cable access TV to air rebroadcasts. University Access Channel 11, Time-Warner Cablevision, will air rebroadcasts of Moeser’s University Day speech on Friday (Oct. 13) and Saturday (Oct. 14) from 7:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Media representatives who need rest rooms or work space (phones, computers, modem lines or fax) may go to News Services, 210 Pittsboro St., located across from the Carolina Inn.

Other installation activities

Moeser’s day began by attending a breakfast honoring today’s recipients of Distinguished Alumna and Alumnus Awards. He and his family and friends attended a private prayer service at the Chapel of the Cross.

Moeser will help host a symposium examining "The Future of the American Research University" that begins at 3 p.m. in 111 Carroll Hall. UNC President Molly Broad will moderate. Panelists will be Dr. H. Bryce Jordan, president emeritus of The Pennsylvania State University; N.C. Sen. Howard N. Lee, co-chair of the Education and Higher Education Committee; Dr. C. Peter Magrath, president of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges and former president of the University of Minnesota; Dr. Marye Anne Fox, chancellor of N.C. State University; and Dr. William C. Richardson, president and chief executive officer of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and former president of Johns Hopkins University. Media representatives may attend.

At 8 p.m., Moeser’s wife, Dr. Susan Moeser, who, like the chancellor, is an accomplished organist, will perform at 8 p.m. in Hill Hall auditorium as part of the music department’s University Day concert. Susan Moeser will be one of two featured performers along with the UNC Symphony Orchestra. The concert is expected to end about 9:30 p.m.

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Contacts: News Services staff