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June 26, 2000
Volume 52, No. 36



$1.2M gift means art center at Oxford

CDC begins major construction projects

Summer scholars find their place

Patrick Noonan: The Music Man

Patrick Noonan: Behind the Music

Emory acquires Warren Papers

Educational Studies earns national accreditation

Donation helps Sarajevo School

Study looks at HIV, employment


Carter Community Award deadline nearing

The deadline to apply for the $10,000 Carter Partnership Award for Campus-Community Collaboration is June 30. The award recognizes campus and community groups who work together for the betterment of Georgia's citizens. The collaborative groups will each receive $5,000 for the continuation of their project.

For more information contact Randy Trammell at 404-463-9538 or rtrammell@gsu.edu. Applications and more information are available at www.gsu.edu/carteraward.

Law Library displays folk art exhibit

Through Aug. 5, the Law Library will feature a collection of folk art. Called "The Primitive Eye," the show is named after the award-winning and popular Primitive Eye Folk Art Gallery of Scottdale, Ga. A total of 19 artists are exhibiting 90 works in the show.


NIDA, Howell work to break cocaine addiction

Adams receives grant for cancer screening study


First Person: Danielle Sered

Focus: Human Resources

Focus: Information Technology

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Health Sciences library deals with closings

The Health Sciences Center Library will be closed July 1-4 for a carpet renovation project. The bound journal collection, 1986-present, will be closed June 26-July 14. Requests for journal retrieval during this time may be made at the information desk.

Jowers named VP for Health Affairs

Ronnie Jowers, associate vice president for Health Affairs since 1991, has been promoted to vice president for Health Affairs at the recommendation of Executive Vice President for Health Affairs Michael Johns and President Bill Chace.

Jowers' responsibilities haven't changed, but Johns said the new title better reflects the broad strategic responsibilities Jowers meets every day-and better recognizes the growth and complexity of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center and Emory Healthcare enterprise over the past four years.