Seminar to explore
connections of law, faith
Balancing the practice of law with the tenets of faith will be the
focus of Faithful Lawyers? Issues of Faith and the Practice
of Law: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Vocation and Work,
Feb. 6, from 26:15 p.m. in Tull Auditorium.
The program will include speakers from a variety of religious traditions
including Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu. They will
help participants explore how their faith influences the professional
and ethical choices they make as lawyers.
The event is free for the Emory community, others will be charged
a participation fee.
Participants are eligible for three hours of continuing legal education
credit. To register or for more information contact Mary Lynne Johnson
at 404-832-6203 or email@example.com.
Deadline for URC grants
is Feb. 15
The spring deadline to apply for a grant from the University Research
Committee (URC) is Feb. 15. Awards will be made in May.
The URC awards small research grants to University faculty members
twice a year. Both tenured and nontenured faculty are eligible.
Graduate students and visiting professors are ineligible.
The URC is made up of faculty from across the university and divided
into five subcommittees: biological and health sciences, humanities,
match and natural sciences, social sciences, and visual and performing
arts. Proposals are reviewed by the appropriate subcommittee as
chosen by the applicant.
Applications are available in the URC office, G65 Rollins Research
Building, or can be downloaded from the committee website (www.urc.emory.edu).
For more information, contact the URC at 404-727-7503.