Constance Bumgarner Gee

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American scholar

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According to Wikipedia, Constance Bumgarner Gee is an American scholar, memoirist, animal rights activist, and advocate of the medical use of cannabis. She was the founder and director of the Arts Policy and Administration Program at The Ohio State University, and later an assistant professor at Brown University and tenured associate professor at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of Higher Education: Marijuana at the Mansion, a 2012 memoir about her life as "first lady" of several American research universities, in which she writes of the no-holds barred corporate maneuverings of university leadership and hypocrisy of those who present themselves and their universities as society's moral beacons.

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