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Honors for Lewis, Forman, Paul, Lilienfeld and Winn
Provost Earl Lewis

Provost Earl Lewis

Earl Lewis, Robin Forman and Bobby Paul were honored at a recent forum with awards presented by the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation. The awards recognized their work in bringing focus to Africa.

Lewis is Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.  He was honored for initiatives related to studying Africa.

Forman is dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences. He was honored for his support of African studies.

Paul is Charles Howard Candler Professor of Anthropology and Interdisciplinary Studies in the Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts. He was honored for the development of African studies programs.

The awards were presented at an April 5 roundtable at Emory on “Leadership and Underserved Communities,” in which they were panelists along with former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young and BET host T.J. Holmes, sponsored by the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation.

Scott LilienfeldScott Lilienfeld has been elected president-elect of the Society for the Study of Psychopathy.

Lilienfeld is professor of psychology.

The Society for the Scientific Study of Psychopathy is a nonprofit, professional organization which was developed to promote the conduct and communication of scientific research in the field of psychopathy and to encourage education and training in those fields of science that contribute to research in psychopathy.

Maisha WinnMaisha Winn
was recognized with the Early Career Award from the American Educational Research Association.

Winn is associate professor of educational studies.

The award acknowledges a scholar’s distinguished portfolio of cumulative education research within the first decade after receiving a doctoral degree.

The American Educational Research Association is the national interdisciplinary research association for scholars who undertake research in education.

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