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2 December 1999 ­ Cultural Traditions and Institutional Change in Contemporary Russia. Noon, 400 Candler Library. Lecture by Borish Kashnikov, Visiting Fulbright Scholar, Department of Philosophy. Sponsored by Russian and East European Studies. Call 727-6582 or e-mail mjduncan@world.cipa.emory.edu.

2 December 1999 ­ The Failure of Pictures: From Description to Diagram in the Circle of Galileo. 5:30 p.m., Carlos Museum Reception Hall. Professor David Freedberg of Columbia University will deliver this second of two inaugural Lovis Corinth Research Professorship Lectures. Call 727-6282 or e-mail trhodes@emory.edu. Web site: www.emory.edu/carlos/H3calendar.html

3 December 1999 ­ Noguchi's Journey. 7 p.m., Carlos Museum Reception Hall. Dore Ashton, professor of art history at the Cooper Union and author of Noguchi: East and West, will deliver this year's Nix Mann Endowed Lecture. Call 727-6118 or e-mail ehornor@emory.edu. Web site: www.emory.edu/carlos/H3calendar.html

3 & 10 December 1999 ­ Frontiers in Neuroscience Lecture Series. Noon, 308 Dental School Building. Scott Grafton, Department of Neurology, will speak on "Planning and Correcting Reaches: Insights from Imaging and tms" on Dec. 3, and Xiao-Jiang Li, Department of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, will speak on "Neuropil Aggregates in Huntington's" on Dec. 10. Call 727-3707 or e-mail shayden@biology.emory.edu.

25 January 2000 ­ Can Non-Violent Confrontation Work? A Perspective from the Trenches. 5:30 p.m., whscab Auditorium. Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and Andrew Young will discuss nonviolent confrontation in the Indian independence and the U.S. civil rights movements. Sponsored by the Halle Institute for Global Learning and the Reconciliation Symposium. Call 727-7504 or e-mail oia@emory.edu.

25 January 2000 ­ Rosalynn Carter Distinguished Lecture in Public Policy. 8:00 p.m., Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor will deliver this year's lecture, with an introduction by former first lady Rosalynn Carter. Call 727-0095 or e-mail lvenabl@emory.edu.

2 February 2000 ­ In Celebration of Scholarship. 4:00 p.m., Cox Hall Ballroom. Jerome Kagan, co-director of the Mind/Brain/Behavior Institute at Harvard and author of Three Seductive Ideas, will deliver a lecture honoring professors recently named to endowed chairs. Call 727-6329 or e-mail tloften@emory.edu.


Emory Medical Care Foundation Grants ­ January 1, 1999. Guidelines at www.or.emory.edu/share/funding/internal.html#emcf

University Research Committee ­ February 15, 2000. Guidelines at www.urc.emory.edu/