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Revision as of 14:54, 5 September 2011

Gillian T. Cell was Provost of the College of William and Mary from 1993-2003. She was a professor of history during the same time period, and received the Thomas Jefferson Award in 2003.

References

SCRC files.

"Provost retires after 10 years", The Flat Hat January 31, 2003



Preceded by College of William and Mary Provost Succeeded by
Melvyn D.Schiavelli

1986 - 1994

Gillian T. Cell

1993 - 2003

P. Geoffrey Feiss

2003 - 2009


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