Ground breaking for new Medical Education Commons building at GHSU

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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Georgia Health Sciences University students hand out programs before a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at GHSU on Wednesday, November 27, 2012. The new building will enable the school to increase its class size from 230 to 300 by 2020, and the College of Dental Medicine to expand class size from 63 to 100 by 2016.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Doctors, students, and community members attend a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Scott Fitzgerald, right, stepson of the late Dr. J. Harold Harrison, speaks with Georgia Health Sciences University president Ricardo Azziz, left, during a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Scott Fitzgerald, stepson of J. Harold Harrison, speaks speaks during a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Sue Harrison, wife of the late Dr. J. Harold Harrison, wipes tears away as her husband is remembered during a ground breaking ceremony for the new Education Commons building to be named in his honor at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Loran Smith, a family friend of the late Dr. J. Harold Harrison, speaks during a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Georgia Health Sciences University President Ricardo Azziz speaks speaks during a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Sue Harrison, right, wife of the late Dr. J. Harold Harrison, puts on a hardhat during a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Mayor Deke Copenhaver, center, attends the ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Lieutenant Governor of Georgia Casey Cagle speaks during a ground breaking ceremony for the new $76.5 million J. Harold Harrison Education Commons building at Georgia Health Sciences University on Wednesday, November 27, 2012.

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