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April 8, 2002



Access to Eagle Mail available on web
Eagle Mail users, who number more than 3,000 people in the Emory community, are now able to access their accounts from the web.

The new webmail service provided by the Information Technology Division (ITD) is available at Users must enter their user IDs ( and their password. Once logged in, users will have full access to their Eagle Mail accounts.

In addition to sending and receiving e-mail, webmail allows users access to e-mail folders and personal address books. It also includes a mail-filtering option that can be used to designate spam for automatic deletion. No new software is necessary; all that is needed is an Eagle Mail account and Internet access.

Questions can be directed to the ITD Customer Support Center at or 404-727-7777.


Women’s Center to host parent/daughter breakfast
“Celebrating Ten Years of Changing the Way the World Works” is the theme for this year’s Take Our Daughters to Work Day, April 25.

The Emory Women’s Center is hosting a breakfast for employees and their daughters from 9–11 a.m. that morning. Door prizes will be handed out.

To reserve a seat, call (404-727-4144) or e-mail ( Marsha Hendricks by April 22.


Retired Texas professor to deliver Young lecture
Alfred Crosby, professor emeritus of American studies, geography and history at the University of Texas, will deliver the J. Harvey Young Lecture at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9, in the Rita Anne Rollins Room of the Rollins School of Public Health.

Crosby’s lecture is titled “America’s Greatest Medical Disaster: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918,” and a reception will follow. For more information, call 404-727-4475.