March 26, 2001
for the Interdisciplinary Study of Religion.
Center for Behavioral
Creation of the Office
of University-Community Partnerships designed to enhance the integration
of Emorys teaching, research and service missions with an emphasis
on serving the greater Atlanta community.
Series of semi-structured
interviews conducted with faculty to reveal the best ways for supporting
faculty scholarship and collegial interaction.
to explore how the University can best enable and support cross-school
intellectual initiatives, as well as identify and encourage clusters of
faculty communities sharing similar intellectual interests.
projects incorporated into a database of research, teaching and service
projects, developed by Office of University-Community Partnerships in
collaboration with ITD.
Center for Myth and
Ritual in American Life (MARIAL) established by a $3.6 million grant from
the Sloan Found-ation to create a center on rituals and myths in dual
wage-earner, middle-class families in the American South.
Center (GTEC) for the Engineering of Living Tissues established.
Law Clinic established.
Department of Biomedical Engineering expanded and doctoral program instituted.
Ph.D. in nursing
on creation of of Ph.D. in business.
research increased from $164.9 million in FY98 to $217.4 million in FY00a
32 percent increase.
Net fees and royalties from patents doubled, from about $5 million in FY98 to $10.7 million in FY00.
Total URC funds
awarded for faculty scholarship at Emory increased from $349,735 to $500,000.
Number of Ph.D degrees awarded increased from 144 in 1997-98 to 160 in 1999-00.