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President Dorsey in the News

When President Stuart Dorsey was a child he didn’t dream of growing up to become an astronaut or an arctic explorer like many of his peers, he aspired to become an accountant. But he became a national economist instead.

In an article written about Dr. Dorsey in Tuesday’s Redlands Daily Facts, President Dorsey reminisces about his childhood as he reflects on the journey that brought him to the University of Redlands; from an economics professor to a dean and then across the country to become President of the University of Redlands.

Dorsey tells the Redlands Daily Facts that his mission for the university is “to build upon the momentum of recent years—and get through this current economic shakeout—and make the university an even better, more secure, and more celebrated place than it was when [he] arrived.”

“The most important task is to make sure that this university continues to be a place of life-changing opportunity, just as it has been for a century.”

Dorsey may have had aspirations for his own future as a boy, but now his hopes have intertwined with the future of the university.

Read theĀ interview with Dr. Dorsey as he celebrates the achievements of the University of Redlands in the last century and comments on his outlook for the university in the next 100 years.

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