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Marqiece Cunningham 
has joined ECL’s new Office of Social Justice Education as a practicum student. Most recently, he served at the University of Georgia as graduate assistant for administration and facilities in the Department of Recreational Sports and as a fellow for the Ignite Social Justice Retreat. Marqiece holds a bachelor’s in computer science from the University of Southern Mississippi and currently is studying toward an MEd in college student affairs administration at UGA. 

Ajay Nair, senior vice president and dean, is being honored with the Doris M. Ching Shattering the Glass Ceiling Award by NASPA, the leading association for student affairs professionals. He will be recognized at the awards ceremony of the Asian Pacific Islander Knowledge Community (APIKC) during NASPA’s annual conference, March 3-7, in Philadelphia. 

Sharon R. Rabinovitz will become interim assistant vice president and executive director of Emory University Student Health Services (SHS), succeeding Michael J. Huey. Sharon will assume this role following Mike’s retirement on July 31, 2018. Since joining Emory in 2017, she has been director of clinical services at SHS, responsible for ensuring that SHS has the resources to provide care for Emory students and support for health care providers. 

James Roland was recently inducted into the prestigious Gold Key Society, one of the nation's most respected institutions in speech and debate. He is being recognized for his more than 20 years of coaching and service and ongoing commitment to the field of debate. Roland’s recognition is particularly noteworthy in that he is not a high school debate coach. Less than 25 of the 184 society members across the nation are not high school debate coaches or educators.