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April 2, 2001



Law students win Moot Court titles
Five Emory law students won championship titles last month at the National Intellectual Property Moot Court finals in Washington. The team—Scott Buser, Shawn Kalfus, Brian Porch, Hillery Rappoport and Dawn Reinhardt—was named “Overall National Champions” out of 63 teams vying for the title.

The group also won the “Best Oralists” category and was runner-up in “Best Brief.”

International festival returns to Quad
Emory will host the 25th Annual International Cultural Festival on Saturday, April 7.

The event begins at noon on the Quad and will feature booths representing various countries, some offering native culinary fare and providing information about their sponsoring countries. The free festival also will feature multiple music and dance performances throughout the day and will end at 5 p.m.

For more information, please call International Student and Scholar Programs at 404-727-0830.

Bachman promoted to Hospital COO
Longtime Emory Hospital employee Bob Bachman recently was named chief operating officer of Emory Hospital by CEO John Henry.

Bachman has spent most of his career at Emory, beginning when he joined Crawford Long in 1974. From 1993 to early 2000, he was administrator of graduate medical education in the School of Medicine. Last May, he returned to Emory Hospitals as an associate administrator.

Rape Awareness Week features Michael Kimmel
Sociologist and author Michael Kimmel will speak at Emory on Thursday, April 5, as part of Rape Awareness Week activities.

His speech will begin at 7:30 p.m. at 207 White Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact the Women’s Center at 404-727-2000.


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