Published October 6, 2011
Arthur Goshin, BS ’66 & MD ’70, gets things done. He spent the summer before starting medical school in Springfield, Mass., surveying the health of 400 families relocated by an urban renewal project with a physician who was later a celebrated New York City health commissioner. He also helped organize local field-training placements there for a hurried, two-week training program for 90 Peace Corps volunteers headed for India.
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