Alfalfa to Ivy: Memoir of a Harvard Medical School Dean by Joseph B. Martin,David Hubel,Ed Benz

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By Joseph B. Martin,David Hubel,Ed Benz

Joseph B. Martin strains his climb from a Mennonite farm within the village of Duchess, Alberta to Dean of Harvard clinical institution in his memoir, Alfalfa to Ivy. Readers are rewarded with an intimate viewpoint on educational politics and health and wellbeing care in Canada and the U.S. that Martin is completely poised to critique. And it's the human tale of Martin?s trip from humble origins to worldly esteem that makes Alfalfa to Ivy a compelling narrative for non-specialists in addition to teachers and professionals.

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