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Cole Blease Graham

 Assistant Dean of Assessment and Diversity Initiatives and Executive Professor University of South Carolina
Biography

 Cole Blease Graham, Jr. is a native South Carolinian who completed South Carolina public schools in 1960. His bachelor's degree in government is from Wofford College, summa cum laude, and he completed masters degrees in social sciences at Northwestern Louisiana State College and in governmental management at the Fels Institute of Local and State Government at the University of Pennsylvania. Graham's doctoral degree is in political science from the University of South Carolina where he has served as a faculty member since 1971.

His major fields of specialization are Public Administration and Public Management and American State-Local Government and Politics with an emphasis on South Carolina politics. His publications include a co-authored book on public organization management, a co-authored book on South Carolina government and politics, and a co-edited book on court administration.
Research Interest

 His special focus has been on political processes and administrative issues in the American South and South Carolina.

Publications

CT Angiography and Presentation NIH stroke Scale in Predicting TIA in Patients Presenting with Acute Stroke Symptoms

Bedriye Karaman, James Selph, Joselyn Burdine, Cole Blease Graham and Souvik Sen

Research Article: J Neurol Disord 2014, 2: 140

Rapid Short MRI Sequence Useful in Eliminating Stroke Mimics Among Acute Stroke Patients Considered for Intravenous Thrombolysis

Stephanie Paolini, Joselyn Burdine, Michael Verenes, James Webster, Theodore Faber, Cole Blease Graham and Souvik Sen

Research Article: J Neurol Disord 2013, 1: 137

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