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    Sullivan Honored with Moulthrop Bowl for Service

    President Emeritus Dr. Louis W. Sullivan recently received a Moulthrop bowl in honor of his vision and leadership in life sciences, university research and industry development.

    Sullivan Honored with Moulthrop Bowl for Service
    Morehouse School of Medicine Houses One of the Few Bowls of Philanthropy Nationally



    (l-r:) Matt Moulthrop, Dr. Louis
    Sullivan, Philip Moulthrop


    President Emeritus
    Dr. Louis W. Sullivan

    President Emeritus Dr. Louis W. Sullivan recently received a Moulthrop bowl, an internationally recognized wood turning bowl, in honor of his vision and leadership in life sciences, university research and industry development. Among many other accomplishments, Sullivan was recognized for the establishment of Morehouse School of Medicine as a leading educational and research institute in the state and for bringing the proposed National Health Museum to Atlanta.

    Sullivan’s formation of Morehouse School of Medicine and the National Health Museum are solidifying the reputation of Atlanta and the state as a global center of health research and education.

    Moulthrop bowls are presented as gifts for extraordinary philanthropy in the nation and are represented in the following museums and galleries:

    • American Craft Museum, New York
    • Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg
    • The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu
    • Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento
    • Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
    • High Museum of Art, Atlanta
    • Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Minneapolis
    • The Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland
    • Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation, Alta Loma
    • U.S. Department of State, Art in Embassies, Washington, DC
    • The White House Collection of American Crafts, Clinton Presidential Library, Little Rock
    • Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven