Woodruff Library to close this weekend
Woodruff Library will be closed Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 10 and 11, for asbestos abatement in preparation for the construction of the Center for Library and Information Resources. The library was already scheduled to be closed on Aug. 11 for inter-session weekend. After closing at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 9, the library will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 12. For further information on the closing, call 727-6861.

Daily supplement to Emory Report now available on World Wide Web
The Emory home page on the World Wide Web (accessible at <>) now offers users a daily supplement to Emory Report. The supplement, called "Today at Emory," can be accessed through the Emory home page, or by going directly to <>. Recent editions of "Today at Emory" have informed members of the community that the employee mileage reimbursement has risen to $.31 cents per mile and that a listing of all Emory Olympic volunteers is being compiled on the web.

Calendar announcements and news briefs will be posted daily to the page, which is being coordinated by Jan Gleason and Aimee Anderson of the News and Information Office and Marie Matthews of the Information Technology Division.

Events or news items as well as comments and suggestions may be submitted to <>.

Emory opens center for flight medicine, occupational and general health care
Emory recently opened the region's first health care center for occupational health and flight medicine and general health care. The new Emory/CIGNA HealthCare Center, built by Delta Air Lines for its employees and families covered by CIGNA, is located near the airline's headquarters in Hapeville. Emory provides a medical staff of four primary physicians trained in occupational medicine and additional part-time specialists. The center, which operates 24 hours a day, offers general and urgent care; vision and dental care; pharmacy, X-ray and laboratory services; mental health services; and physical and hand therapy.

Submissions welcomed
Emory Report welcomes submissions of editorials from faculty and staff. Articles should address a topic of general interest to the Emory community and be 700-900 words in length. Articles may be edited for clarity and length.

Letters from members of the Emory community are also welcome. Letters should generally run less than 300 words, and may be edited for clairty and length. Please include your name and department. Submissions may be sent to Emory Report, 741 Gatewood Road, faxed to 727-0646, or e-mailed to <nspitle@>.

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