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Provost Expresses Appreciation

”I simply cannot say enough to express my appreciation of the faculty for how they have responded and adapted to the pandemic. I know it has been an extremely challenging semester for both faculty and students, but both have worked in unison to continue the excellent educational experience for which Emory & Henry is known. I visited several classes this semester – some with students both face to face and remote, others entirely remote – at each of our instructional locations, and I went away from each and every one of those classes impressed by the level of engagement I saw and the efforts of the instructors to find ways to keep students involved and on task. More than ever, I am just in awe of our tremendous faculty.”

- Dr. Michael Puglisi, E&H Provost

Posted October 01, 2020 by Dr. Michael Puglisi, E&H Provost

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