April 28, 1997
Volume 49, No. 30


Visual artists

honored at Nexus

Three studio arts teaching affiliates-Linda Armstrong, Nancy Marshall and Katherine Mitchell-were honored recently by the Georgia Women's History Month Committee and The Georgia Commission on Women as "women who have made a significant contribution to the visual arts in Georgia." Armstrong works in three-dimensional design, Marshall is a photographer and Mitchell's specialty is drawing. All three were among a group of Georgia visual artists who were honored March 4 at the Nexus Contemporary Art Center.

Garrow to

lecture on the

right to die

Presidential Visiting Distinguished Professor, David Garrow, will speak on "The Right to Die" April 28. Garrow, a noted historian of politics, is teaching courses on civil rights litigation, reproductive rights to law and graduate history and political science students.

Garrow has written many books and received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize in biography for Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He was a consultant to PBS for "Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil War Years," and is a regular contributor to The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Newsday.

Experts on health care topics sought

The Emory Healthcare speaker's bureau is looking for new talent. Staff and faculty experts in health-related fields, who would like to speak to civic or business organizations, should call coordinator Anna O'Neil at 778-8872 to volunteer or for more information.



Frye announces funds for

internationalization, nominations

for Halle Distinguished Professor


Emory tallies victories

from 1997 legislative agenda


MCI and CNBC connect

with Goizueta School students


HR training offers classes

for better workplace

skills, relationships


'Concentrated poverty' isolates,

stifles poor black children


Emory, Braves team

up to hit first aid home run

at Turner Field


Health care leadership focuses

on future vision, tactics


Conversations on Teaching


Issues in Progress



First Person: Deborah Lipstadt

World uncomfortably

reexamines role as bystander


Profile: Tess Van Duvall

Creating informed and

responsible debters



Maestripieri compares abusive

monkeys and humans


Public Health students take

issue as legislative lobbyists

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