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February 21, 2000
Volume 52, No. 22



Three honored as USA Today scholars

Surplus Property a hidden treasure

Cox speaks to honorees

First Person: Rosemary Magee says Reverie hard to find in 2000

Emory Profile: Kellee Tsai understands private enterprise the Chinese Way

Symposium examines women and power

Expanded ScienceDirect agreement doubles number of available online titles

Thomas to speak at screening

Faculty Council

Reading, book to examine messages behind quilts

President's Commission on L/G/B/T Concerns


Jerome Beaty, professor of Victorian literature at Emory for more than 40 years, passed away, Jan. 30 after a fight with cancer. He was 75.

Beaty wrote several books, including Misreading Jane Eyre and Middlemarch: From Notebook to Novel.

He edited The Norton Introduction to the Short Novel and co-edited The Norton Introduction to Fiction, both of which began as products of Emory.

Beaty also co-authored the books Poetry from Statement to Meaning and New Worlds of Literature. He wrote widely acclaimed literary articles and spoke internationally on his research as well.

"He was a man of tremendous literary intellect," said Ron Schuchard, professor of English and a colleague and friend of Dr. Beaty's for 30 years. "He was a tremendous resource for all of us in the literary department. He knew the field inside and out."


Scientists discover immune response 'memory'

Saltman's book examines European health care

Dorot travel grants avaliable to undergrads

Emory College announces the availablility of Dorot Travel Grants for qualified students.

The Dorot grants are given primarily to undergraduates who wish to study or work in Israel for the summer or for longer periods of time. The only requirement is that the student be enrolled in some formal program. The program need not be taken for credit, though it is possible in certain circumstances.

Dorot grants provide up to $1,000 toward travel expenses. Applications for the grants are available from the religion or the Middle Eastern studies departments. All applications must be sent to the Department of Religion by March 24.

In addition to the grants, students wishing to study at an Israeli university may apply for $1,250 tuition grants from the Interuniversity Fellowship Program in Jewish Studies. Contact David Blumenthal at 404-727-7545 for more information.

GLOW to visit Emory

Georgia Licenses on Wheels (GLOW) will be on the Emory campus once a month in 2000, offering drivers' license renewals, new resident licensing, identification cards, written testing for commercial drivers' licenses, handicapped parking permits, change of address or name, and voter registration. Fees range from free to $15.

The GLOW Mobile will be at Emory from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following days:

Thursday, March 9: P.E. Center; Monday, April 10: Sorority lodges; Friday, May 12: Administration Building; Thursday, June 8: Human Resources parking lot; Thursday, July 13: rear, Emory Hospital; Thursday, Aug. 10: P.E. Center.

For further information, call the GLOW line at 404-727-5560.