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Title: Mary Maury Harding '48
Keywords: Adult education;People;Images;Alumni
Issue Date: 1980
Publisher: Memphis Tenn. : Rhodes College
Abstract: Marnee Harding was named coordinator of Rhodes' adult programs in 1952 and worked closely with Professors Laurence Kinney, John Osman, Granville Davis and Ray Hill to launch the college's acclaimed non-credit program of liberal education for adults. She also served as director of the Urban Policy Institute in conjunction with the Brookings Institution, and helped establish the Institute of Executive Leadership and the Center for the Study of Alternative Futures at Rhodes. A member of the World Future Society and co-director of the Southern Future Society, she was also Memphis' representative for the Great Books Foundation.
Description: Received from Communications in 2010.
Appears in Collections:People (Images)

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