Provost Lecture Series:
Joycelyn Elders
TICKETS FREE/REQUIRED FOR ENTRY


Thursday, April 2, 2020 4:00PM
Emerson Concert Hall

<br>Provost Lecture Series:
<br><b>Joycelyn Elders</b>
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A pediatrician and public health administrator, Joycelyn Elders is outspoken about health, health care, sexuality, and AIDS. She was the 15th U.S. Surgeon General and first African Amercian woman in that post, as well as vice admiral in the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.

The Provost Lecture Series offers students, faculty, staff, and the public the opportunity to interact with groundbreaking scholars who deliver graduate lectures, public lectures, and attend intimate receptions for Emory's academic community. This effort supports inquiry and collaboration on the Emory campuses and beyond.

Free Event. Registration required.