Steadman Upham's Speeches
TRACING THE ENDLESS FRONTIER
Remarks delivered to the Sixth Biennial World Conference on Integrated Design and Process Technology, Pasadena, California, June 24, 2002
2001 AND BEYOND, STATE OF THE UNIVERSITY ADDRESS
Remarks delivered to the faculty, staff, and students of Claremont Graduate University, 7 September 2001
THE AIMS OF GRADUATE EDUCATION
Keynote address delivered to the Society for Design and Process Science Workshop on Global Transdisciplinary Education, June 11, 2001, Pasadena, California.
A QUIET REVOLUTION CONTINUES — CLAREMONT STYLE
Remarks delivered to faculty, staff, students, the Board of Trustees, and the seven boards of visitors of the schools at Claremont Graduate University’s Opening of School Convocation, September 8, 2000
ACADEMIC REMODELING AND RENEWAL
April 24, 2000
A QUIET REVOLUTION: FOCUS, COMMITMENT, AND RENEWAL AT CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
Remarks delivered to faculty, staff, board members, and student leaders at Claremont Graduate University's second all-university retreat, March 23, 2000.
OBJECTS OF STUDY: ARCHAEOLOGY AND MUSEUMS
Remarks delivered June 30, 1999, at The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art
THE PRIVILEGE OF TIME DEPTH: RESPONSIBILITY AND OBLIGATION IN AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY
Remarks delivered in the Presidential Symposium, “Anthropology at the Crossroads of Time, 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago.
THE GRADUATE UNIVERSITY IN CLAREMONT: EDUCATION AT A HIGHER LEVEL
Presidential Inauguration Speech, March 27, 1999.
WOODEN LEG OR TABLE?: THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF GRADUATE EDUCATION
Remarks delivered at the Jonathan Club on March 18, 1999, for the Financial Executives Institute, Los Angeles.
COMMITTING TO FOCUS: THEMES FOR THE FUTURE OF CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
Remarks delivered at the Faculty/Visitors/Fellows Retreat of Claremont Graduate University, January 17, 1998.