The Long and Winding Road

The Presidential Advisory Committee

Vol. 10 No. 4
February/March 2008

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The Long and Winding Road
Tenure and the Presidential Advisory Committee

Presidential Advisory Committee

“I get a lot of files to read for the PAC, and I start reading and say, Why am I spending my time? This is clearly someone there is no question about.”

“I think [the PAC has] helped to elevate the aspirations of the various units, to create a more uniform scholarly work culture. ”

Grady at the Crossroads
So are faculty

Pattern and Symmetry in the Human Body
A simpler side of complexity for teaching and learning

Why not buy lottery tickets?
Beyond "you can't win if you don't play"



Eloise Carter
Biology/Oxford College

Charles Shanor
School of Law

Carl Holladay
Candler School of Theology

Tarun Chordia
Goizueta Business School

Gay Robins
Art History, Emory College

Robyn Fivush
Psychology, Emory College

Dwight A. Duffus
Mathematics And Computer Science, Emory College

Douglas C. Eaton
Physiology, School of Medicine

Carolyn C. Meltzer
Radiology, School of Medicine

P. Barry Ryan
Environmental and Occupational Health, Rollins School of Public Health

Sue K. Donaldson
School of Nursing

Ex Officio

James W. Wagner, President

Earl Lewis, Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost

Santa Ono, Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives and Deputy to the Provost

More information about the PAC and its processes are online at