July 14, 1997
Volume 49, No. 35



Principles to guide future design are first result of campus master planning


North Kilgo to close from Cox Hall to Cannon Chapel

Tensions soar over MARTA study of Emory route


Budget bill could prove disastrous to higher education


FMD switches to new program for cleaning, maintenance

Issues in Progress



Web Watch

Which web sites get the most hits?

Emory's web sites continue to gain popularly with internal and external audiences. Below are lists of the most frequently "hit" sites from inside and outside the University.


Internal traffic

1. Emory Home Page

2. Directory

3. Internet Resources

4. Today at Emory

5. Job Openings

6. Search

7. Libraries & Information Tools

8. ResNet

9. University Administration

10. Human Resources

11. Life at Emory

12. Calendar

13. Oxford College

14. Alphabetical Index

15. Schools and Research Centers

16. Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library

17. Calendar

18. ITD Software Distribution


20. Goizueta Business School


External traffic

1. Emory Home Page

2. MedWeb

3. Phone Book

4. Job Openings

5. Search

6. Career Center

7. Alphabetical Index

8. Prospective Students

9. Schools and Research Centers

10. Carter Center

11. Irish Famine

12. Visitor Information

13. Internal Home Page

14. Shakespeare Illustrated

15. MedWeb: Electronic Journals

16. Carlos Museum

17. College Admissions

18. Health Sciences Center

19. School of Medicine

20. Calendar


Marie Matthews is University webmaster and works in the Information Technology Division.


First Person: Kim Loudermilk
Feminist backlash finds roots in 1980s popular culture

Profile: Jon Rou
Photography isn't black and white, it's shades of gray


Jack Bass brings historic civil rights cases out of the shadows

Volunteers needed for clinical studies at medical school

Volunteers, racers needed for 10K Classic

Emory Healthcare is fielding a team to compete in the U.S. 10K Classic, an annual 6.2 mile walk/run, inline skate and wheelchair competition that benefits several children's charities. Team Emory participants will compete in the race's Corporate Chase division. All Emory staff and students who register in any division will pay a reduced entry fee of $17.50; the regular fee is $20.

Participants will receive a U.S. 10K Classic t-shirt, a four-color commemorative poster and free entry to White Water Park. The race begins at Cumberland Mall/Galleria Centre on Sept. 1. Start times are 7:30 a.m. for inline skaters; 7:45 for wheelchair athletes; and 8 a.m. for runners.

Emory Healthcare is also seeking volunteers to help at the Family Sports Festival that takes place the weekend before the race and to staff registration tables and water tables at the start and finish lines the day of the race. Doctors, nurses and allied health professional are needed as well. To volunteer or register, call Nancy Anderson at 778-7740. Particiants can register with Linda Napolitano of Emory Running Club as well by calling 712-7033.

Call for applications

for Sawyer Seminar

The Center for Ethics invites interested faculty to to participate in the Sawyer Seminar, an interdisciplinary and interprofessional research program on ethics and the provision of healthcare (Emory Report, June 9). A Mellon Foundation grant will provide for a postdoctoral fellow, two doctoral research assistants and resources to bring in guest consultants and experts.

The seminar is limited to 12 faculty. It will begin in January 1998 and end in May 1999. Participants will examine emerging healthcare policies in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany and France-how systems contain costs, maintain or expand the quality of services, insure or expand access and provide choice for consumers, among other topics.

For more information, write Jim Fowler at the Center for Ethics in Dental Building 302 or e-mail him at jfowler@emory.edu. For a copy of the seminar's formal prospectus, call Shirley Roberts at 727-4954.

Bookstore offers

online ordering

The bookstore now offers the ability to order books online. Send your name, phone number, book information and e-mail address to books@emory.edu. Information on the books you're buying should include the author or editor, title, number of copies and whether you're ordering the hardcover or paperback edition. The publisher and ISBN number would be helpful, but is not necessary.

There is no charge to special order books, but some books must be paid for at the time of purchase.

Fourth annual

Town Hall Meeting

scheduled for July 29

The Employee Council will sponsor its Fourth Annual Town Hall Meeting with President Bill Chace on Tuesday, July 29. The meeting will be held from noon-1 p.m. in the Winship Ballroom in Dobbs Center. Everyone is welcome and invited to bring a lunch.

Questions for the president can be e-mailed to empcouncil@emory.edu. Use "Questions for Town Hall Meeting" in the subject header. For more information, call Candy Tate at 727-7438.

Carlos Museum offers chance to see Imperial

Tombs of China

The Carlos Museum is offering an opportunity to fly to Orlando to see "The Imperial Tombs of China" at the Orlando Museum of Art. The trip will take place August 21-23. The exhibition contains 250 relics from ancient Chinese dynasties, including terra cotta warriors, a jade burial suit and a pair of nine-foot tall stone lions.

The package includes airfare, hotel accommodations, a trip to the museum and meals. Also included is a nature cruise on the St. John's River. The cost for members is $625 and $655 for nonmembers. Call 727-2251 for more information or to register.

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