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Employee Council President Louis Burton welcomed a healthy (and hungry) lunchtime crowd to Tull Auditorium for the council’s second annual Spring Town Hall, Jan. 31. After helping themselves to a lunch buffet, the audience settled in to listen to five of Emory’s top administrators—President Jim Wagner, Provost Earl Lewis, Executive Vice President Mike Mandl, Vice President Robert Ethridge and University Secretary Rosemary Magee—talk about “Leadership From Every Angle,” the event’s theme. Questions also originated from every angle: from Burton, from the audience, from prepared notes, and from the panelists themselves.
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Leaders talk leadership at Spring Town Hall
For a panel comprising five of Emory’s top leaders, it was only appropriate that the Employee Council Spring Town Hall, held Jan. 31 in Tull Auditorium, focused on the qualities of leadership—and why they are central to the University’s aspirations.
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