GSU emerita professor
to discuss WW II codebreaking
The cracking of Germanys Enigma code during World
War II was one of the Allies greatest, and perhaps underappreciated
Janice Benario, associate professor emerita of languages at Georgia
State University, will discuss her duties as a young naval ensign
working with the codebreakers who cracked Enigma, Wednesday, April
24, at 6 p.m. in the Jones Room of Woodruff Library.
Her address is titled TOP SECRET ULTRA: The Allies Secret
Weapon in the Battle of the Atlantic.
Breaking the Enigma code is generally seen as an essential step
in the Allies victory over Germanys U-Boats. ULTRA
was the code name assigned to the British and Americans efforts
to unlock the Enigma code machine.
The event is free and open to the public.
HR to host management
All managers and supervisors are invited to attend the spring management
symposium Getting Yourself BelievedDeveloping Negotiation
Skills, Thusday April 25, from 8:3010:30 a.m. in the
Cox Hall Ballroom.
The symposium will be facilitated by Dana Milner. For more information
and to register
contact Kathy McKee at 404-712-8941 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earth Day transportation
fair on Asbury Circle
In celebration of Earth Day 2002, Emorys Office of Community
Services will sponsor an Alternative Transportation Expo from 11
a.m.2 p.m. on Asbury Circle between the Dobbs Center and the
P.E. Center. On display will be a variety of electric vehicles,
including Th!nk electric cars and a Chevrolet S-10 electric truck.
For more information, call the Office of Alternative Transportation