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Gary S. Wihl

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Washington University in St. Louis

Email: w***@***.edu

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Washington University in St. Louis

Background Information

Employment History

Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Washington University


Dean of Humanities

Rice University


Dean

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences


Affiliations

Anvil Academic

Board Member


Education

bachelor's Degree

English

McGill University


doctorate

English

Yale University


master's degree

English

McGill University


Web References(24 Total References)


Anvil Board — Council on Library and Information Resources

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Gary Wihl, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Washington University, St. Louis


www.jburroughs.org

Jerry and I wanted to contribute in ways that would build on that enthusiasm.' In 2001, they launched the Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Colloquium, which 'provides an extraordinary ­opportunity to bring renowned mathematicians from ­other universities to the Danforth Campus,' says Gary Wihl, dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences and the Hortense & Tobias Lewin Distinguished Professor in the Humanities. 'Our faculty and students benefit from Carol's generosity, and we all appreciate what she has done to broaden the educational experience here.


Conference of Southern Graduate Schools - Member Institutions

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Gary WihlDean, Gratuate School of Arts and SciencesTEL: 404-727-2669E-MAIL: gwihl@emory.edu


2011 ACLS Annual Meeting Attendees

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Gary S. Wihl, Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Hortense and Tobias Lewin Distinguished Professor in the Humanities in Arts and Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis


IACCGH: Contact Us

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Dr. Gary Wihl, Dean of Humanities, Rice University


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