Emory names James Raper as inaugural associate vice president for health, well-being, access, and prevention
The new Campus Life position will advance the university’s prioritization of health and well-being as a foundation for students’ lifelong success and purpose. The position supervises Counseling and Psychological Services, Office of Health Promotion, Office of Respect, and Student Health Services. Raper, his wife Paige, and sons Cranford, 16, and Emery,12, will join the Emory community in June. Photo credit: Hannah Allison Photography. Read Emory News Center Story. Read official announcement.