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MAY 2009 • VOL 11 • NO 6

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Keeping the Spark
The challenges of staying creative over an academic career

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“When people are willing to get ‘off track,’ that is when I see them at their most creative. When they stop worrying about traditional modes of recognition, they tend to be far more spontaneous.”

“I‘m quite happy to work on a project for a number of years and have it simply not realize itself . . . because I know there are other things that will come to fruition.”

“Having a community of scholars you relate to is important to creativity and important to grooming people to be creative thinkers.”


Show Up and Get to Work
Time, solitude, and creative breakthroughs


On Becoming a Scientist-Advocate
Creative new possibilities for approaching and teaching science



Crazy Thinking

How the most creative ideas get generated and selected


Endnotes

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The Strategic Plan for Emory: Updates and Highlights

Updating the Strategic Plan
May 2009


Voices in This Issue

Russel Coff, Business
Roberto Franzosi, Sociology
Sander Gilman, ILA
Lori Marino, Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology
Katherine Mitchell,Visual Arts
Laurie Patton, Religion and Center for Faculty Development and Excellence
Jill Perry-Smith, Business
Barbara Stoll, Pediatrics


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