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A collage of photos from the 30 Years of Ervin Scholars exhibition.
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30 Years of Achievement

30 Years of Achievement: Our Names and Our Stories is an exhibition that celebrates the life of Dr. John B. Ervin, the university’s first African-American dean, and celebrates the John B. Ervin Scholars Program, 1987-2017. The physical exhibition was located in the Gingko Room, Level 1 of Olin Library in the fall of 2017.

The exhibition coincided with an event celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Ervin Scholars Program, “Measuring the Impact and Influence of Ervin Scholars,” on September 15, 2017, in Graham Chapel. The alumni’s careers span government, public service, international affairs, social media, entrepreneurship, medicine, research, and public policy.

To learn more information on the Ervin Scholars, please see the John B. Ervin Scholars Program Records on ArchivesSpace and the Margaret Boyer West Papers on ArchivesSpace.