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2002

MUSC President, Dean To Speak At FMU

FLORENCE---Dr. Raymond S. Greenberg, president of the Medical University of South Carolina, will speak at Francis Marion University Thursday, Sept. 12, at 10 a.m. in Cauthen Educational Media Center Auditorium.

 During the program, titled “A Vision for Nursing,” Dr. Greenberg will introduce the new dean of the MUSC College of Nursing, Gail W. Stuart.  MUSC operates a satellite nursing program on the FMU campus that enrolls 65 students.

 The eighth president of MUSC, Dr. Greenberg is a native of Chapel Hill, N.C.  He graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1976 and completed medical studies at Duke University in 1979.  He also received a master of public health degree from Harvard University in 1980.  He undertook pediatrics training at Boston Children’s Hospital before returning UNC-CH for a doctorate in epidemiology in 1983.

 Dr. Greenberg joined the faculty at Emory University and was appointed the first dean of the School of Public Health.  He joined MUSC in 1995 as vice president for academic affairs and provost and became president in 2000.  He is nationally recognized for his cancer research.

 Stuart has been at MUSC since 1985 and has held numerous positions during her tenure, recently being named dean of the College of Nursing.  She is a tenured professor in both the College of Nursing and the College of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.  She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Georgetown University, her master’s in psychiatric nursing from the University of Maryland and her doctorate in behavioral sciences from Johns Hopkins University.  A prolific writer, she is best known for her textbook Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Nursing, now in its seventh edition.

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Last Published: April 14, 2004 12:44 PM
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