on commerce and the culture of the academy
Bok discusses the commercialization of the academy on NPR's
June 30, 2003
named Emory College dean
Paul appointed to post he has held as interim since fall 2001.
May 20, 2003
Science Professor Named Carnegie Scholar
Professor Carrie Rosefsky Wickham first Emory scholar to receive
May 16, 2003
on the Quad Speeches available on AE Web Site
on the above link to go to an archive of most of the addresses
delivered on the Quadrangle March 26.
April 7, 2003
on the Quad Scheduled for March 26
A forum embracing Emory's
multiple perspectives on the U.S. and Iraq will take place
March 20, 2003
Chace Responds to Faculty Critique of Benefits Cuts
"is not immune to the economic downturn,"
March 10, 2003
Speak Out on Benefits Cuts
Bugge, Konner, and Roark say decision has "undermined
trust and demoralized our faculty."
March 6, 2003
Cant Be Mud Wrestling
Interview with William Germano, Vice President and Publishing
Director of Routledge, on Scholarly Publishing
March 3, 2003
Debate Threats to Academic Freedom
Paul H. Rubin of
economics and Harvey Klehr of political science respond to
essays in the latest AE on "Academic Freedom in Times
February 25, 2003
a Place for Wisdom and Experience
Emory's Emeritus College
in the news
February 24, 2003
Cautionary Tale of Academic Integrity
British government caught plagiarizing
February 10, 2003
The Office of Institutional Research puts the document Highlights
of Excellence and Achievement online.
February 7, 2003
Critics express concern about the new corporate partnership
between Exxon and Stanford University
January 29, 2003
New York Times reports on
growing technological distractions
in college and university
January 2, 2003
Emory's Department of Political Science will lose three professors,
all African American, by the end of this year.
November 19, 2002
Some faculty at other universities are negotiating for more
time with their families, not bigger compensation packages.
November 14, 2002
Budgets at Private Universities
Today's New York Times examines reduced endowment returns
and spending cuts at Stanford, Duke, MIT, Dartmouth, and Emory.
November 5, 2002
for Crossing the Great Divide
Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Karen Stolley's
bibliography from her essay on faculty-trustee relationships
November 4, 2002
Fat Jeans to Fat Genes?
Excerpts from a talk by Kathleen
LeBesco, Assistant Professor of Communication Arts, Marymount
Manhattan College, speaking at a Women's Studies colloquium
on October 2, 2002.
are other institutions coping with fiscal shortfalls?
Read summaries of a few recent
Chronicle of Higher Education articles
September 30, 2002
Read a new poem by Lucas
Carpenter, as part of our series, September 11, Scholarly
September 12, 2002
New Emory Report on Faculty Recruitment
Read "Why Faculty Come to Emory"
by Daniel Teodorescu, Director of the Office of Institutional
September 5, 2002
Do You Believe In?
Special Issue on Religion, Healing, and Public Health
Guest-edited by Arri Eisen, Senior Lecturer in
Biology and Director, Program in Science and Society
can't hide from religion in Georgia. If you don't go after
it with a positive agenda, it will come after you."
Director, Interfaith Health Program
understand our patients fully, we need to understand their
beliefs, or we will not be effective as their healers."
Lori Arviso Alvord,
Assistant Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean for Student
Affairs, Dartmouth Medical School
Perspectives on Health and Healing
Can Science and Religion Work Together?
A three-pronged approach to health, healing, and spirituality
P. Venugopala Rao, Associate Professor of Physics
Carla Gober, Registered Nurse and Doctoral Candidate, Graduate
Division of Religion
and Modern Medicine
Science on a wing and prayer?
Patient and Healer
Four anthropological observations