Skip to comments.Frist to teach at Princeton
Posted on 06/19/2007 10:15:09 AM PDT by SmithL
WASHINGTON -- Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist of Tennessee, who took himself out of the 2008 race for president, will teach a graduate class this fall at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at his alma mater, Princeton University, the university announced Tuesday.
Frist, 55, will teach a course on health policy in the fall and teach a similar subject to an undergraduate course in the spring.
"It's an honor to return to the Woodrow Wilson School as a member of its distinguished faculty," Frist said in a statement released by Princeton. "My journey with the students will bridge the practical and the theoretical as we explore together the new explosion in health diplomacy, the use of medicine as a 'currency for peace,' and healthcare reform both here at home and abroad."
Frist has been traveling on behalf of a variety of charitable organizations and co-chairs with former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle the ONE campaign, a bipartisan effort to make global health and poverty foreign policy priorities for candidates for president next year.
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Notice they won't let him near the impressionable undergrads though!
He’s gonna be something major if Thompson is Prez. HHS, maybe even Secretary of State. Anything that keeps him away from the Senate!
My suspicion is that Mitch McConnell might be considered for Secretary of State. McConnell has always been interested in foreign affairs and is from the same small Alabama town as Fred Thompson.
That’s great, Frist is taking a Health policy instructor positionin a University that has an Ethics Department that openly campaigns for baby killing.
I don’t think Frist is going to get invited to any of the posh parties at the dining clubs.
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