Jimmy Carter Gets Tenure At Emory University
FORMER PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER GRANTED TENURE AT EMORY UNIVERSITY AFTER 37 YEARS OF TEACHING
(CNN) – Former president Jimmy Carter has been granted tenure at Emory University.
This, after teaching at the Atlanta-based private university for the past 37 years.
The Georgia school made the announcement on Monday, saying in a statement:
“With this honor, he becomes the first tenured faculty member at Emory to hold a Nobel Prize and the first tenured faculty member to have been a U.S. president.”
Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter, established the Carter Center in Atlanta in a partnership with Emory.
Earlier this year, Carter became the oldest-living former president at the age of 94.