Exhibit: Terry Sanford: A Change Leader for Duke
Sponsor(s): Libraries, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, and Sanford School of Public Policy
As Duke University President from 1970-1985, former North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford led the institution's rise to national prominence, set in motion signature programs, and voiced aspirations that still inspire Duke today. Through historical photographs, Sanford's speeches and diaries, and the words of his contemporaries, the exhibit explores race relations and equality, student leadership, the arts, public service, and politics during the defining era of "Uncle Terry" Sanford.
Contact: Meg Brown