Gardner Awarded Sabbatical
Deputy Executive Director James B. Gardner has been awarded a sabbatical, which began August 1, 1995. Gardner's leave is the first awarded to a member of the American Historical Association staff as a result of a new sabbatical policy approved by the AHA Council.
In his absence Assistant Director for Administration Sharon K. Tune will assume responsibility for the staff work for the Professional Division, while Pamela Scott-Pinkney, the AHA membership coordinator, will take charge of day-to-day membership activities, with oversight by Robert Townsend, manager of AHA communications and information systems. Members with questions about these or other duties may contact AHA Executive Director, Sandria B. Freitag, AHA, 400 A St., S.E., Washington, DC 20003. (202) 544-2422.
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