D.A. Graham, who joined the Princeton Ombuds Office on February 15, is the subject of an article by the university's press office. The profile reveals that, before becoming an Ombuds, Graham was a U.S. Navy chaplain, serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom and receiving the Military Chaplains Association Chaplain of the Year Award. A graduate of the University of Alabama, Graham holds a master of divinity degree from the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta and a master of human relations degree, with a specialization in mediation and negotiation, from the University of Oklahoma. (News at Princeton.)
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