Tuesday, September 24, 1985
Vol. 46, No. 1
President seeks success beyond office
by Rae Dawn Olbert Editor-in-Chief
Nine is an unlucky number for some cats. For the Weber State Wildcats, the number nine could be very lucky.
WSC's ninth president, Dr. Stephen D. Nadauld, enters his new position with "no ego problem. It's not important to me that people say 'look at him.' I'd rather have them look at the teaching and various activities on campus and say 'look at what's happening at Weber,and look how their president helps,'" he said.
Nadauld, who was nominated for the position of president of WSC, said he had had "something like this on my mind" for some time. After receiving the nomination, he talked it over with his family and decided he wanted to try it.
Nadauld lists his broad background as the key to performing his presidential duties well: acting as vice-chair of the Utah Housing Finance Agency gives him an understanding of how the legislative process works. His MBA gives hi
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