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Great Expectations for the School of Medicine
A medical faculty member adds further greetings and advice offered to Emory's new leadership
September 29, 2003

New York Times Examines Ties between Universities and Corporations
Interview with Tufts professor Sheldon Krimsky about his new book, Science in the Private Interest
September 24, 2003

Health Sciences Receives News of Federal Funding This Week

Winship Cancer Institute receives a planning grant; Emory named part of regional consortium against infectious diseases and bioterrorism
September 5, 2003

More on commerce and the culture of the academy
Fresh Air interviews Derek Bok, emeritus President of Harvard University, about Universities in the Marketplace: the Commercialization of Higher Education.
June 30, 2003

Paul named Emory College Dean
Robert Paul appointed to post he has held as interim since fall 2001
May 20, 2003

Political Science Professor Named Carnegie Scholar
Associate Professor Carrie Rosefsky Wickham first Emory scholar to receive honor
May 16, 2003

Classroom on the Quad Speeches available on AE Web Site
Click on the above link to go to an archive of most of the addresses delivered on the Quadrangle March 26
April 7, 2003

Classroom on the Quad scheduled for March 26
A forum embracing Emory's multiple perspectives on the U.S. and Iraq will take place next Wednesday
March 20, 2003

President Chace Responds to Faculty Critique of Benefits Cuts
Emory "is not immune to the economic downturn," he writes
March 10, 2003

Cover Story

Great Expectations
An always thoughtful, often inspiring, sometimes contradictory, and occasionally whimsical set of greetings and advice from the faculty to Emory's new president

Emory's New President and the Idea of a University
by Thomas G. Long, Bandy Professor of Teaching

Economic Challenges and the Art of Education
by Geoffrey Broocker, Walthour Delaperriere Professor of Ophthalmology

Teaching versus Research: Does It Have to Be That Way?
by Lucas Carpenter, Charles Howard Candler Professor of English, Oxford College

Ethics, Diversity, and Teaching
by David B. Gowler, Pierce Professor of Religion, Oxford College

Advice from the Lighter Side
by Vicki Powers, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science

Also in this Issue:

And Then There Were Twelve:
Five New Apppointments Fill Woodruff Chairs

The Culture of the Body
Listening for the corporeal ghost
by Dalia Judovitz, National Endowment for the Humanities Professor of French and Italian


Practical Matters
by Rebecca Stone-Miller, Associate Professor of Art History and Faculty Curator

A Fresh Perspective for Perennial Problems
by David Carr, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Philosophy

Becoming a Top-Tier Research University
by Lawrence W. Barsalou, Winship Distinguished Research Professor of Psychology, and Elaine Walker, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

A More Positive University
by Corey L.M. Keyes, Associate Professor of Sociology



Honor Unbounded
Creating a student-led culture of integrity
by Adriane Ivey and Christine Loflin, Assistant Professors of English, Oxford College


Continuing Conversations


Classroom on the Quad

September 11: Scholarly Responses

Tenure and Promotion

Science, Ethics, and Culture

Resources and Research

Research Across Disciplines

New and Emerging Inquiries

Scholarship and Society

Teaching and Mentoring


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