February 8, 2010


Kent Alexander received special recognition by the Georgia General Assembly as a founder of Hands On Atlanta.

Alexander, Emory’s senior vice president and general counsel, and the other founders were commended with a resolution in the state House of Representatives and invited to appear before that legislative body.

Susan Bauer-Wu has been inducted into the Fellowship class of the American Academy of Nursing. Bauer-Wu is a nurse scientist and Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Cancer Scholar.

The associate professor at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing becomes one of AAN’s 98 new top national nursing leaders.

Susan Cruse
has been selected as a “2010 Most Powerful and Influential Woman of Georgia” by the National Diversity Council. 

Cruse, senior vice president of development and alumni relations, will receive the award at the National Women’s Conference on April 30.

Jan Love was awarded the Columbia College Medallion, the college’s highest honor.

Love, dean of the Candler School of Theology, received the award, presented annually to individuals Columbia College recognizes for exceptional accomplishments, leadership and service.

Jim Wagner
was named one of the “100 Most Influential Georgians: Georgia’s Power List,” by Georgia Trend magazine.

Wagner, Emory’s president, was cited for his leadership of the University in a challenging economic environment, noting Emory was named one of the top universities to work for by both The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Scientist magazine.

Betty Willis
was named one of the “100 Most Influential Georgians: Georgia’s Notables,” by Georgia Trend magazine.

Willis is Emory’s senior associate vice president for governmental and community affairs.

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