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Atlanta, Ga. The Woolford B. Baker Green Space Award is presented annually to an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to the establishment or preservation of green space in the community. This years recipient is Vernon Jones, chief executive officer of DeKalb County.
Atlanta, Ga. In a novel university-based leadership program,
Emory's inaugural class for the Kenneth Cole Fellowship in Community
Building and Social Change is beginning to learn just what it takes
to make a difference in society. The comprehensive, 12-month program
combines teaching, research and community service to help prepare Emory
undergraduates to become part of the next generation of community builders.
Community and government leaders will gather at Emory University to discuss terrorism and homeland security and how community building and social change and impacted by them during the first Kenneth Cole Leadership Forum. The forum is the inaugural event for the Kenneth Cole Fellowship in Community Building and Social Change, a comprehensive, 12-month program designed to prepare Emory undergraduates to become part of the next generation of community builders.
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