Tuesday, January 21
CHAPEL SERVICE OF MUSIC AND COMMUNION
Co-celebrants Luther Smith and Rosetta Ross with musician Kirk Hatcher.
11 a.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6169.
"Molecular Characterization of a Novel Oncogene, TreB Which Shares
Homology to the tbc/TrH Domain Family of Proteins." Shonna Moodie,
molecular oncology, Bristol Myers Squibb Research Institute. Noon. 5052
Rollins Center. Free. 727-5983.
AFRICAN STUDIES OPEN HOUSE
African American Studies Reading Room, Candler Library. Noon. Free. 727-6847.
KING WEEK CELEBRATION FILM
"All Gods Children." Discussion to follow with Sylvia Rhue. 220
Dobbs Center. 3 p.m. Free. 727-0272.
INSTITUTION OF LIBERAL ARTS LECTURE
"Public Scholarship as a Vocation." Ivan Karp, Institute of Liberal
4-6 p.m. S423 Callaway Center. Free. 727-7601.
KING WEEK CELEBRATION
White Hall lobby. 5 p.m. 727-6169.
MLK CELEBRATION FORUM
"Dr. King's Beloved Community: 1997 Update." June Jordan, African
American Studies, University of California, Berkeley, speaking. 7 p.m. Winship
Ballroom, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-6169.
Yonsei University Concert Choir of Seoul, Korea, will perform a concert
including both classical and choral music and Korean folk songs. 8:15 p.m.
Glenn Auditorium. Free. 727-5050.
Wednesday, January 22
PSYCHIATRY GRAND ROUNDS SEMINAR
"Novel Neural Messengers: Therapeutic Relevance." Solomon Snyder,
Division of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins Medical School. 9-10:30 a.m. WHSCAB
Auditorium. Free. 727-8382.
KING CELEBRATION FILM/FORUM
"Africa in the Holy Land: Significant Connections." Paula Whatley-Matabane,
Howard University, will facilitate a discussion about her film's implications
and content. 11 a.m. 311 Bishops Hall. Free. 727-6169.
UNIVERSITY INTERFAITH SERVICES
Luther Felder, associate chaplain, preaching. Noon. Cannon Chapel.
HEALTHY WOMEN 2000 LECTURE
"HPV: Genital Warts-Some Myths and Realities." Joyce King. Noon-1
p.m. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
WOMEN TALKING WITH WOMEN OPEN DISCUSSION
"Women Talking with Women: Black Women and White Women in Dialogue."
Features women of different backgrounds and experiences sharing and creating
conversation. 4 p.m. Women's Center. Free. 727-2000.
CONCERT AND BIRTHDAY CAKE CELEBRATION
Voices of Inner Strength choir will perform. 7 p.m. Dobbs Center lobby.
Thursday, January 23
VIOLENCE PREVENTION INTERACTION EXHIBIT AND FILM
"Non-violence: Creating a Social Norm-A Focus on Mental Health."
Films will be shown concurrent with the exhibit. 11 a.m. Rita Anne Rollins
Room, 8th floor, School of Public Health. Free. 727-6169.
Noel Erskine, theology, preaching. 11 a.m. Cannon Chapel. Free.
WOMEN'S SEXUALITY DISCUSSION GROUP
Open dialogue on women's sexuality. Mary Krueger. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Women's
Center. Free. 727-2000.
COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
A special recognition program for those front-line heroes and heroines whose
efforts make our communities less violent. 4 p.m. Rita Anne Rollins Room,
8th floor, School of Public Health. Free. 727-6169.
JAZZ VESPERS SERVICE
Featuring Dwight Andrews, music. 6:30 p.m. Cannon Chapel. Free.
Friday, January 24
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT COFFEE HOUR PANEL DISCUSSION
"King's Influence Within the International Community." 11:30 a.m.
Winship Ballroom, Dobbs Center. Free. 727-6169.
TAI CHI ENTRY INTERVIEWS
"Tai Chi as Healing for Women with Body Image Concerns." Course
will teach participants how to apply the power of Tai Chi to concerns about
their body image. Participants are required to do an entry and exit interview,
maintain a daily journal and to practice Tai Chi. JoAn Chace.
2-5 p.m.; 1-5 p.m. Jan. 24 and Jan. 27. 727-2000.
HARLAND CINEMA FILM
"The Long Walk Home." 6:30 and 9 p.m. Harland Cinema, Dobbs Center.
Free. 727-0540. Also showing Jan. 25 at same times.
AHANA Dance Troupe. 7 p.m. 208 White Hall. Reception honoring Emory's MLK
Scholars to follow in White Hall lobby. 727-6754.
Saturday, January 25
OXFORD COLLEGE VISITATION DAYS
Prospective students and their parents will explore Oxford's unique academic
programs and campus life. Events include a tour of the campus and a chance
to interact with Oxford students and faculty in structured workshops. 727-4390
or (770) 784-8328.
FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP FOR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS
"How to Live the Dream at Emory: An Introduction to the Martin Luther
King Scholarship at Emory University." 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 727-6169.
MUSEUM CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP
In the "African Foil Mask" workshop, children will sketch their
favorite masks in the gallery and create their own silver foil masks. 10
a.m. Tate Room, Carlos Museum. $5 museum members; $7 nonmembers. Preregistration
KING WEEK CELEBRATION PERFORMANCE
"An Evening with Poet Nikki Giovanni." 8 p.m. Glenn Memorial Auditorium.
Free tickets available Jan. 13. Dobbs Center ticket office. 727-8425.
Sunday, January 26
David Garrow, Presidential Distinguished Professor and 1987 Pulitzer Prize
recipient for "Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King and the Southern
Christian Leadership Conference," will preach. Voices of Inner Strength
choir will perform. Reception to follow at Brooks Commons. 11:15 a.m. Cannon
Chapel. Free. 727-6226.
MUSIC AT EMORY
"Bach: Musical Offering" featuring Timothy Albrecht, organ; Carl
Hall, flute; Peter Lemonds, cello; and Vernal Richardson, violin. 3 p.m.
Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-5050.
The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta, William Preucil, violin, and
William Ransom, piano, will perform "The Complete Sonatas for Piano
and Violin" by Brahms. 4 p.m. Oxford College Chapel. $12.
Jan. 22-March 5
The American Dietetic Association will help you discover the enlightening
path to healthy eating through videos and support materials. Noon 1-p.m.
E249 Emory Hospital. $15. 727-WELL.
5:30 p.m. Women's Center. 727-2000.
WOMEN'S REGULAR REFUGE
Group and individual exploration of relaxation, breathing, quiet time and
meditation for women's health. Noon-1 p.m. Free. 727-2000.
Through Feb. 13
MARTIN LUTHER KING AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH EXHIBITION
"Harmony: The Fusion of Character, Color and Class" features drawings
and paintings by Joyce Baker. Noon-midnight, Dobbs Center Gallery. Free.
Through Feb. 26
POLICIES AND PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATION SERIES
A six-part series designed to provide supervisors with an overview of the
University resources, policies, procedures and programs for effectively
executing your managerial tasks. Topics include: Equal Opportunity Progams,
general counsel, human resources programs, employee assistance and overviews
of ITD, purchasing and community services. Wednesdays, beginning Jan. 22.
8:30 a.m.-noon. Human Resources. 727-7607.
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