• What Babies Know
By using high-tech equipment to peer into the minds of babies, Emory researchers are discovering that infants are more sophisticated perceivers, feelers, and thinkers than we previously thought.
By Mary J. Loftus
Sidebar: Who are you and what have you done with my baby?
Sidebar: What can be expected during baby’s first year
• Clarity of Vision
Time spent volunteering in an optometric clinic in Honduras has taught Emory alumna Laura Barlament the difference between +300 and +250 bifocals--and given her the clarity that comes from being utterly humbled.
By Laura Barlament 01PhD
• Of Primates and People
In his latest book, Yerkes primatologist Frans de Waal uses the dramatically different chimpanzee and bonobo to introduce us to our inner ape, offering a more complete picture of evolutionary human behavior.
By Paige P. Parvin 96G
Sidebar: Seventy-five years of discovery
The Emory Register
• Dear friends
• Alumni Ink
• Emory Gala
• Emory Cares 2005
• Meet the Mayor
• John Stuart McKenzie 48C
• Following Lewis and Clark
• Agents of Change
From funds dedicated to global health care to outreach programs in Atlanta's Hispanic community, donors' contributions to Emory are changing lives and transforming the world in ways large and small.
The 2005 Emory University Donor Report
By Stacey Jones and Jane Howell