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David S. Dockery, president of the university, receives an honorary doctorate of letters from the College of Arts and Sciences during Fall Commencement Services. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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David S. Dockery, president of the university, receives an honorary doctorate of letters from the College of Arts and Sciences during Fall Commencement Services. - Jacob Moore
Latoya Chapman, social work graduate, receives her diploma from David Dockery, president of the university, during Fall Commencement Services. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Latoya Chapman, social work graduate, receives her diploma from David Dockery, president of the university, during Fall Commencement Services. - Anne Richoux
Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration, speaks before leading the congregation in a reading of the Apostles' Creed as a part of a service of celebration and thanksgiving for David and Lanese Dockery. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration, speaks before leading the congregation in a reading of the Apostles' Creed as a part of a service of celebration and thanksgiving for David and Lanese Dockery. - Anne Richoux
Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration and professor of English, delivers a lecture entitled, "C.S. Lewis and Literature: Why Reading Broadly Matters" during the Aslan's Apologist Town & Gown lecture series.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration and professor of English, delivers a lecture entitled, "C.S. Lewis and Literature: Why Reading Broadly Matters" during the Aslan's Apologist Town & Gown lecture series. - Anne Richoux
Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration and professor of English, speaks to students, faculty, staff, and guests at the Aslan's Apologist Town & Gown lecture series. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration and professor of English, speaks to students, faculty, staff, and guests at the Aslan's Apologist Town & Gown lecture series. - Anne Richoux
Gene Fant, professor of English and executive vice president for academic administration, speaks in chapel from John 11 about handling unexpected events and grief. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Gene Fant, professor of English and executive vice president for academic administration, speaks in chapel from John 11 about handling unexpected events and grief. - Amanda Rohde
Gene Fant, professor of English and executive vice president for academic administration, offers students encouragement in chapel following the loss of classmate Leighton Williams.  - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Gene Fant, professor of English and executive vice president for academic administration, offers students encouragement in chapel following the loss of classmate Leighton Williams. - Amanda Rohde
David S. Dockery is joined in his office by Greg A. Thornbury, vice president for spiritual life, Carla Sanderson, executive vice president for strategic initiatives and provost, Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration,  Anika Strand, senior class president,  Jimmy H. Davis, Hammons chair of pre-medical studies, Kylie McDonald, SGA president., Hunter Baker, dean of instruction, and Todd Brady, vice president for church relations. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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David S. Dockery is joined in his office by Greg A. Thornbury, vice president for spiritual life, Carla Sanderson, executive vice president for strategic initiatives and provost, Gene Fant, executive vice president for academic administration, Anika Strand, senior class president, Jimmy H. Davis, Hammons chair of pre-medical studies, Kylie McDonald, SGA president., Hunter Baker, dean of instruction, and Todd Brady, vice president for church relations. - Morris Abernathy
Vital members of the team that built the new Hendersonville facility, including Gary Carter, David S. Dockery, Jim and Janet Ayers, Norman Hill, Randy Davis, Scott Foster, Gene Fant, and two TLM representatives, cut the ribbon during the dedication ceremony. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Vital members of the team that built the new Hendersonville facility, including Gary Carter, David S. Dockery, Jim and Janet Ayers, Norman Hill, Randy Davis, Scott Foster, Gene Fant, and two TLM representatives, cut the ribbon during the dedication ceremony. - Morris Abernathy
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, gives the invocation at the beginning of the groundbreaking ceremony for the new library. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, gives the invocation at the beginning of the groundbreaking ceremony for the new library. - Jacob Moore
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, greets Scholars of Excellence participants during a current issues discussion in White Hall. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, greets Scholars of Excellence participants during a current issues discussion in White Hall. - Jacob Moore
Gene Fant, vice president for academic administration and dean of the school of arts and sciences, lectures on "Citizen Journalism: A Historic Tradition Meets Modern Technology" at  the Town & Gown lecture series. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Gene Fant, vice president for academic administration and dean of the school of arts and sciences, lectures on "Citizen Journalism: A Historic Tradition Meets Modern Technology" at the Town & Gown lecture series. - Anne Richoux
Gene Fant, vice president for academic administration and dean of the school of arts and sciences, talks to students, faculty, and community members about citizen journalism at the Town & Gown: Media, Politics, & Democracy lecture series. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Gene Fant, vice president for academic administration and dean of the school of arts and sciences, talks to students, faculty, and community members about citizen journalism at the Town & Gown: Media, Politics, & Democracy lecture series. - Anne Richoux
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, leads chapel discussing faith as a radical decision. - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, leads chapel discussing faith as a radical decision. - Ebbie Davis
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, speaks in chapel. - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, speaks in chapel. - Ebbie Davis
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, speaks in chapel. - Photo by Ebbie Davis
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, speaks in chapel. - Ebbie Davis
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, talks with a prospective student and her family during a preview day. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, talks with a prospective student and her family during a preview day. - Deanna Santangelo
Professors Gene Fant and Justin Barnard talk on stage during one of the freshman Gateway sessions.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Professors Gene Fant and Justin Barnard talk on stage during one of the freshman Gateway sessions. - Morris Abernathy
Justin Barnard, associate professor of philosophy, talks about Gene Fant's book during a session of Gateway, which is specifically designed for new students.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Justin Barnard, associate professor of philosophy, talks about Gene Fant's book during a session of Gateway, which is specifically designed for new students. - Morris Abernathy
President David S. Dockery presents Gene Fant, vice president for academic administration and dean of the college of arts & sciences, with a plaque in honor of his new role at the university. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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President David S. Dockery presents Gene Fant, vice president for academic administration and dean of the college of arts & sciences, with a plaque in honor of his new role at the university. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, opens the Faculty/Staff dinner in prayer.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, opens the Faculty/Staff dinner in prayer. - Morris Abernathy
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, presents a commencement address entitled "Living with a Musical Heart" to the fall graduates. - Photo by Sarah Palmer
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, presents a commencement address entitled "Living with a Musical Heart" to the fall graduates. - Sarah Palmer
Matt Lunsford, professor of mathematics, Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, and their families enjoy college night at Pringles Park.  Many faculty and students came out for the Diamond Jaxx game. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Matt Lunsford, professor of mathematics, Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, and their families enjoy college night at Pringles Park. Many faculty and students came out for the Diamond Jaxx game. - Kristi McMurry
Professors Gene Fant and Mark Dubis enjoy Union's first home game since the tornado.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Professors Gene Fant and Mark Dubis enjoy Union's first home game since the tornado. - Neisha Fuson
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, addresses the university in a Wednesday morning chapel. - Photo by Matt Elia
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, addresses the university in a Wednesday morning chapel. - Matt Elia
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, addresses the university in a Wednesday morning chapel. - Photo by Matt Elia
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, addresses the university in a Wednesday morning chapel. - Matt Elia
Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, addresses the university in a Wednesday morning chapel. - Photo by Matt Elia
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Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts and sciences, addresses the university in a Wednesday morning chapel. - Matt Elia
Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, fellowships with Dean Gene Fant before the August graduation ceremony. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, fellowships with Dean Gene Fant before the August graduation ceremony. - Morris Abernathy
Gene Fant, dean of college of arts & sciences, shows a clip from <em>Dead Poets Society</em> to Rising Seniors as an illustration. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
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Gene Fant, dean of college of arts & sciences, shows a clip from Dead Poets Society to Rising Seniors as an illustration. - Stephanie Schroeder
Rising Seniors Devon Sledd and Molly Mercker listen to Gene Fant, dean of college of arts & sciences, during a class session in the McAfee Commons. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
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Rising Seniors Devon Sledd and Molly Mercker listen to Gene Fant, dean of college of arts & sciences, during a class session in the McAfee Commons. - Stephanie Schroeder
President Dockery and Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts & sciences, take in the action during the first round of the NAIA National Tournament. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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President Dockery and Gene Fant, dean of the college of arts & sciences, take in the action during the first round of the NAIA National Tournament. - Morris Abernathy
Department chairmen Gene Fant (right) of English and Troy Riggs (left) of mathematics share some conversation during the processional at spring graduation ceremonies on the Great Lawn. - Photo by Matthew Diggs
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Department chairmen Gene Fant (right) of English and Troy Riggs (left) of mathematics share some conversation during the processional at spring graduation ceremonies on the Great Lawn. - Matthew Diggs
Scholarship Symposium participants gathered for a reception after a day full of presentations. - Photo by Kyle Kurlick
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Scholarship Symposium participants gathered for a reception after a day full of presentations. - Kyle Kurlick
Gene Fant, associate professor of English, moderates the creative writing presentations during the Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Stephanny Rodriguez
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Gene Fant, associate professor of English, moderates the creative writing presentations during the Scholarship Symposium. - Stephanny Rodriguez
Author Clyde Edgerton (right) visits with English professor Gene Fant during Edgerton's visit to Union's campus.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Author Clyde Edgerton (right) visits with English professor Gene Fant during Edgerton's visit to Union's campus. - Morris Abernathy
Gene Fant, chair of the english department, delivers the Founders’ Day Address during the Homecoming chapel. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Gene Fant, chair of the english department, delivers the Founders’ Day Address during the Homecoming chapel. - Jim Veneman

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