Gary Hauk, Vice President and Deputy to the President and widely considered the University’s resident historian, and co-editor Sally Wolff King PhD recruited sixty writers from Emory and beyond to tell the stories of the past half-century—from the desegregation of Grady Hospital to the founding of the Department of Film Studies, and from the growth of environmental consiousness to the appointment of distinguished professors. (jasbro)
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