Vartan Gregorian NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Vartan Gregorian. The scholar, educator and philanthropist rose from humble roots in Tabriz, Iran, to hold such distinguished jobs as provost of the University of Pennsylvania, president of the New York Public Library, and president of Brown University. He's currently the president of Carnegie Corporation of New York. Gregorian chronicles his life in his new autobiography, The Road to Home: My Life and Times (Simon & Schuster; ISBN: 068480834X).
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NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Vartan Gregorian. The scholar, educator and philanthropist rose from humble roots in Tabriz, Iran, to hold such distinguished jobs as provost of the University of Pennsylvania, president of the New York Public Library, and president of Brown University. He's currently the president of Carnegie Corporation of New York. Gregorian chronicles his life in his new autobiography, The Road to Home: My Life and Times (Simon & Schuster; ISBN: 068480834X).