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Psychiatry Department Member Killed
Xiaohong Wang, a promising researcher at the interface between immunology and psychiatry, was killed Saturday, July 24, in a car accident in China.
July 27, 2004

Faculty and Racism
A professor at Colby College discusses her efforts to form a collective of mostly white faculty members to become better allies to students of color on her campus.
May 10, 2004

Coping with Copyright
Highlights from a panel discussion on copyright law and scholarship
May 4, 2004

Washington Post Addresses Controversy about Courtright’s
Book

Emory Professor of Religion Paul Courtright was featured in a Washington Post article about recent attacks on scholars of Hinduism.
April 15, 2004

Finalists for provost announced
The remaining open forums for the Emory community to meet the candidates for provost will be held throughout February.
February 3 , 2004

Finalists for provost announced
Deans at UC–Davis, Duke, and Johns Hopkins are among four finalists recommended to become Emory’s next executive vice president for academic affairs and provost. The times and places for the open forums for the candidates will be announced soon.
January 22, 2004

University endowments examined
New York Times looks at endowments at Emory and other institutions
January 21, 2004

Kudos for Konner
New York Times Book Review praises Mel Konner’s new book
December 15, 2003

Feds urged to grow numbers of American study abroad students
Proposed "Lincoln Fellowship" program would raise the number of American college students studying abroad to 500,000
November 19, 2003

Whither international students?
New study shows that the growth rate of foreign students enrolled in U.S. colleges in 2002-03 remained nearly stagnant.
November 7, 2003

 

 

Cover Story

Race and the Professoriate
Perception and vision in Emory's intellectual community

I was concerned that as in many other areas of politics on this campus, things were going to get unnecessarily polarized.
Rick Doner, Associate Professor of Political Science


I don't want to say no, it's not a hostile environment or yes, it absolutely is, but we don't come to Emory thinking we're coming to Candy Land.
Dianne Stewart, Assistant Professor of Religion

Tenure Progress
Non-medical tenure-track assistant professors hired between 1987 and 1996

Executive and Managerial Positions
Full-time, held by African Americans in 2001-02

Executive and Managerial Positions
Full-time, held by Whites in 2001-02

Academic Freedom, Privilege, and Responsibility
Is the university ready to chart a new course beyond the status quo?
Eugene K. Emory, Professor of Psychology

 

 

 

 

Also in this Issue

Studying Religion in an Age of Terror
Internet death threats and scholarship as a moral practice
Paul Courtright, Professor of Religion

A Tale of Two Crafts
Writing makes woodworking look so good
Lawrence Jackson, Assistant Professor of English

Endnotes

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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