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How Colleges Can Be Community Development Partners

February 11, 2014
Bill Underwood, president of Mercer University, talks about why his college has partnered with the city of Macon, Georgia to revitalize a neighborhood near the campus. Bringing back this historic neighborhood has made Mercer more competitive for faculty and students, he says.


Length:13:20

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Bill Underwood
 

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OTIS WHITE
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