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February 7, 2000
Volume 52, No. 20



Partnerships office opens at Emory West

URC grants pay off big for Emory

Chace announces Lullwater Task Force

Being the best Emory can be

Finding new pools to conquer

Egyptian studies organization debuts with lecture at Carlos

Frederick Busch to read from latest novel Feb. 9

Human Resources: Q & A on the Family Medical Leave Act

Conflict resolution conference to be held Feb. 17 in Cox Hall

Full slate of events for Heritage Month

Emory ranks 5th in South for Peace Corps

Emory ranks fifth among colleges and universities in the Southeast for currently serving Peace Corps volunteers with 20. The University ranked 10th nationally two years ago, but growth in undergraduate enrollment pushed Emory into a different comparison bracket.


Jon Gunnemann deals with religious currency

New drug widens stroke treatment window

Women's Issues essay contest announced

The President's Commission on the Status of Women at Emory (PCSW) offers two $250 awards for graduate or professional student work and one $250 undergraduate award concerning women, gender or feminist theory. Winners will be announced at the commission's spring reception. Deadline for submissions is Friday, March 3. For more information, contact Catherine Howet Smith at the Carlos Museum at 404-727-6117.

CLH parking changes make way for new hospital complex

In preparation of Crawford Long Hospital's upcoming construction, employees, patients and visitors must say goodbye to the Candler and Prescott parking decks. During this period of construction, alternate parking will be available for those who usually park in these decks, according to David Pugh, associate administrator. Employees who parked in these decks have received details about alternate parking arrangements.