Reflecting on the life and leadership of UNC professor Ferrel Guillory upon his retirement


At North Carolina, Ferrel Guillory taught and nurtured hundreds of students. He continued his leadership of the Program on Public Life to inform the public agenda and nurture leadership by providing “research brokerage’’ that connected the work of scholars to the work of community leaders, elected officials, journalists, and opinion leaders. (EducationNC)

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Reflecting on the life and leadership of UNC professor Ferrel Guillory upon his retirement


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