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February/March 2000

Emory and the changing climate of neuroscience

Good interdisciplinarity is . . . in some ways just more work."

Scholarship these days . . . involves one's own personal style of eclecticism."

No Conflict, No Interest
Ethical considerations in technology transfer
By John Banja, Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine

Blumenthal's Folly
Faculty citizenship or administrative burden?
By David Blumenthal

The Merit in Emeritus
Aging gracefully in the academy
By Eugene Bianchi, Professor of Religion, and John Bugge, Professor of English

Seniors' Last Word
Most recent graduating class says faculty is more academically than emotionally supportive

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