March 6, 2012
This weekly e-bulletin is designed to highlight campus news and events from Emory Report.
Provost Earl Lewis has appointed a commission to take a broad, deep look at liberal arts at Emory over the next quarter century and plan for that future. »
The acclaimed author Salman Rushdie, who since 2007 has been a frequent and engaging presence on the Emory campus, is relishing his new role as University Distinguished Professor. »
The Digital Scholarship Commons, now open in the library, helps Emory scholars harness digital tools and resources to create innovative projects. »
The new Atlanta Census Research Data Center is giving the first wave of Emory researchers the rare opportunity to study government microdata not readily available to the general public. »
The Pride Awards mark 20 years of service to Emory's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. »
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"Women and Water / Vessel"
Ethics lecture: "Open Wound: The Tragic Obsession of Dr. William Beaumont"
Office of Technology Transfer's 6th Annual Celebration of Technology and Innovation
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"Experts speak on best silent films to watch in 'Artist' afterglow," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Feb. 27
"Gingrich makes last stand in must-win Georgia as hopes sputter," Bloomberg News, Feb. 23
Frans de Waal
"Why humans are not naturally nasty and more likely to be kind than cruel," Daily Mail U.K., Feb. 23
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