July 7-24, 2014
2014 Oxford Study Program
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Justice Paul Newby serves on the North Carolina State Supreme Court and is an Adjunct Professor at the Campbell University School of Law. Also, he is the Vice President of the North Carolina Bar Association. Justice Newby is the recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Law from Southern Wesleyan University.
Honorary Fellow and Science Consultant
|Dr. Robert Y. George is the founder and President of the George Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability. He also serves on the Board of Directors for A Rocha and lectures around the world on Fisheries Management and Environmental Ethics. Dr. George is co-editor of a book on "Theoecology," now in preparation. He served as Professor of Marine Biology and Oceanography at UNC Wilmington for 30 years.|