11 a.m.-4 p.m. Rollins Center. 727-WELL.
"Structure, Mechanism and Inhibition of Adenosine Deaminase and Two Aldo-Keto Reductases." David Wilson, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston. Noon. 126 Anatomy & Physiology Bldg. Free. 727-3843.
CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM
Poet Robert Pinsky will read from his works. 8:15 p.m. 206 White Hall. Free. 727-4683.
Tuesday, September 17
MUSEUM FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Discussion of a gold olive wreath crown in the Carlos Collection of Greek Art. Eric Varner, classics. Noon. Classical Court, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
"Mechanisms of Regulation of Cytochrome P450 by Inflammation." Edward Morgan, pharmacology. Noon. 5052 Rollins Center. Free. 727-5983.
EMORY WOMAN'S CLUB FALL RECEPTION
Fall reception honoring newcomers and returning members. 1-3 p.m. Lullwater House. Free. Parking available. Childcare provided. 634-7581 or 315-6428.
CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM COLLOQUIUM
Poet Robert Pinsky will conduct a public colloquium. 2:30 p.m. 106 Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-4683.
RECEPTION FOR WOMEN WRITERS
A reception will be held for women writers or aspiring women writers. 4-6 p.m. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
"The Struggle for Law in Russia."Harold Berman, Woodruff Professor of Law. 4 p.m. 313 Social Sciences Bldg. Free. 727-6582.
INSTITUTE FOR LIBERAL ARTS COLLOQUIUM
"Moses and Civilization." Robert Paul, anthropology. 4 p.m. S416 Callaway Center. Free. 727-7601.
"In Search of Secular Islam." Mahmoud Al-Batal, Near Eastern studies. 4:30-5:30 p.m. 202 Cannon Chapel, Formal Lounge. Free. 727-6226.
"Pepo"(Armenia, 1935), Armenia's first sound film based on the 1870s social injustices, and "Hakop Hovnatanian"(Armenia, 1967), an extraordinary silent collage on the work of a famous 19th-century Armenian painter based in Tblisi. 7:30 p.m. 205 White Hall. In Armenian with English subtitles. Free. 727-6582.
GERMAN STUDIES FILM
"The Captain from Köpenick"(1957), directed by Helmut Käutner. In German with English subtitles. 88 min. B&W. 7:30 p.m. 110 White Hall. Free. 727-6439.
Wednesday, September 18
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES LECTURE
"Thornton Dial's Use of Irony." Robert Hobbs, Rhoda Thalhimer Endowed Chair of American Art, Virginia Commonwealth University. 5:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-6847.
Thursday, September 19
"The Paper Chase." 7 and 9 p.m. Few Cinema, Oxford College. Free. (770) 784-8888
Friday, September 20
GEORGIA LICENSES ON WHEELS
Georgia Licenses on Wheels (GLOW), a fully equipped mobile driver licensing facility, provides driver's license renewals; lost license replacement; new resident licensing; handicapped parking permits; identification cards; and written testing for commercial drivers' licenses. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Human Resources parking lot.
MUSEUM CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT
Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta will perform Schumann's Trio and Finzi, pieces for clarinet and piano. Laura Ardan, clarinet; Paul Murphy, viola; and pianist William Ransom performing. Noon. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-4291.
The third annual fundraising event will feature music by The Delta Angels. $35 for members, $45 for non-members. 7 p.m. Quadrangle and Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. 727-2251.
Saturday, September 21
The workshop will focus on the artists of the exhibition "Souls Grown Deep" and the parallels that exist between the art and the music. Blues musicians from the Atlanta Blues Society and WRFG Radio will explore the connections, as well as the structure of blues music. 10 a.m. Carlos Museum at City Hall East. $5 members, $7 non-members. 727-4280.
MUSIC AT EMORY
"The Eternal Music of Nature" will feature vocalist Anita Roy and Radhe Shyam Sharma, pakhawaj and tabla (Instruments). 8:15 p.m. Performing Arts Studio, 1804 N. Decatur Road. $13-15. 727-5050.
Sunday, September 22
William McClain, Wesley School of Theology, American University, preaching. 11:15 a.m. Cannon Chapel. 727-6226.
DROP-IN CONSULTING AND REFERRALS
Lynn Thompson. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. No appointment necessary. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
Emory EatWell provide you information and structure for making a lifelong commitment to healthy eating focusing on a program that stresses the links between who you are and what you eat. 10-week program. 5:30 p.m. Emory Hospital classrooms B and C. $40. 727-WELL.
WOMEN'S CENTER EXTENDED HOURS
The Women's Center will have extended night hours. 6-10 p.m. Tracey Moriarty, volunteer and SGA liaison, will be available to answer questions. Free. 727-2000.
WOMEN'S REGULAR REFUGE
Group and individual exploration of relaxation, breathing, quiet time and meditation. Noon-1 p.m. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
Through Oct. 20
SCHATTEN GALLEY EXHIBITION
"Scenes of Japan," with 100 color photographs will offer insights into Japanese lifestyles and culture. The exhibit is being mounted in recognition of the inauguration of the Asian Studies program at Emory. On the entrance level of Woodruff Library. Hours: 8 a.m.-midnight, Monday-Thursday; 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday; noon-midnight Sunday. Free. 727-6868.
Through Dec. 19
GREAT DECISIONS DISCUSSION GROUP
The Great Decisions Discussion Group will meet every Thursday to discuss international issues and to meet with emerging world leaders invited to the United States by the U.S. Information Agency. 7:30 p.m. 212 Bishops Hall. Free. 727-6562.
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION/EMORY MEETING
World Health Organization (WHO) and Emory collaborative meeting will feature speakers:Patrick Mocumbi, prime minister of Mozambique (only on Sept. 17); representatives from Makerere University and the University of Cape Town, South Africa; representatives of the World Bank, the Economic Commission for Africa, the Organization of African Unity and the African Regional Development Bank; Yuji Kawaguchi, director, Division of Interagency Affairs, WHO, Geneva, Switzerland; Ebrahim Samba, regional director, WHO Regional Office for African; Ata Amini, WHO consultant, USA focal point; Michael Johns, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs; Morton Siberman, assistant director, WHSC; Dyanne Affonso, dean, School of Nursing; and James Curran, dean, School of Public Health. 9-10:30 a.m. University Conference Center, 1615 Clifton Rd. Free. 727-3657.
September 21-December 1
CARLOS MUSEUM EXHIBITION
"The Paris Salon: Drawings and Sculptures from Atlanta Collections" the first exhibition in an ongoing series of prints and drawing, focusing on artists associated with the Paris Salon, the principal forum for the display of works of art in 19th-century France. The exhibit will feature works on the human figure, figure compositions, military subjects, and portraiture, particularly studies and other preparatory works by Ingres and Delacroix. Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Saturday; 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday; and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. A $3 donation is suggested. 727-4291.
To submit an entry for the campus calendar, send a brief written description of the event to: Matt Montgomery, Emory Report, News and Information, fax to 727-0646, or e-mail to email@example.com three weeks before the publication date. Dates, times and locations may change without advance notice.