October 29, 2001
Quad funds applications
now being accepted
The research fund supports research programs emphasizing cross-disciplinary initiatives that enhance faculty and graduate student research. The fund is open to tenured or tenure-track faculty in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Funding ranges from $5,000 to $25,000, varying on the duration of the project, number of researchers involved and the likelihood of disseminating findings or publishing results of the research. All applications are peer reviewed.
There are two Quadrangle Research Fund application periods: For awards beginning in winter 2002 and running through summer 2002, the deadline is Nov. 30; for awards beginning in summer 2002 term or in fall 2002, the deadline is March 31.
The Quadrangle Seminar Fund supports the development of interdisciplinary topics in a seminar setting, involving faculty and graduate students promoting interdisciplinary research. The purpose is to bring graduate students into contact with faculty researchers.
Seminar Fund grants are $5,000 and may be held for a maximum of three consecutive semesters. The deadline for these grants is Nov. 30.
For more information on the specifics of the application process for
each program, please contact Bryan Noe, associate dean for research, at
404-727-2545 or email@example.com
or visit www.emory.edu/GSOAS/quadrangle.html.
Monthly blood drives come
to P.E. Center
Flu shots available for
The flu shot schedule is as follows:
Carlos holds Emory-only
Though the museum is now closed on Mondays, the Carlos staff is eager to welcome colleagues from all over campus to enjoy a special look at the treasures of the University, recently conserved and now permanently displayed in stunning spaces designed by Michael Graves.
This Emory-only opportunity will be held Monday, Nov. 5, from noon to 2 p.m. The Museum Bookshop, a special Egyptian Marketplace and Caffè Antico also will be open.