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James B. Hunt Jr.
Patrick M. Callan
Ramon C. Cortines
Alfredo G. de los Santos, Jr.
Virginia B. Edwards
Roger A. Enrico
James M. Furman
Robert H. McCabe
Paul F. Miller, Jr.
Howard "Pete" Rawlings
John Brooks Slaughter
Thomas J. Tierney
Harold M. Williams
Virginia B. Smith
Patrick M. Callan
Joni E. Finney
Jill de Maria
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Director of Administration
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Thirteen mid-career professionals have been selected as Program Associates by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education for 2002-2003. The Associates program, supported by the Ford Foundation, is designed to engage scholars and leaders interested in addressing current public policy issues in higher education through involvement in the work of the National Center.
The new Associates attend three policy symposiums a year and contribute in other ways to the National Center's agenda and activities
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