photo exhibit on AIDS
The “Hope for Humanity: The Quest For An AIDS Vaccine,”
featuring the photographs of Andrew Petkun and educational science
displays about vaccines, is being displayed at the Fernbank Science
Center through Jan. 31, 2003.
Organized by Emory’s Hope Clinic in collaboration with Humanitarian
Endeavors and Fernbank, the exhibit chronicles the emergence of
HIV over the past 20 years.
“[Petkun’s] pictures of people living with HIV/AIDS
show their common humanity and make us more aware of the personal
and social hardship this epidemic has had on families, on communities
and on nations.” said Mark Feinberg, medical director of the
New name for Well
House assistance program
The Emory Employee Assistance Program is pleased to announce a name
change; to better describe the clients the program serves, the office
now will be known as the Faculty Staff Assistance Program (FSAP).
For more information, visit the Emory Well House website at http://emory.hr.emory.
edu/Wh/home.htm or call 404-727-4328.
Unsung Heroines nominations sought
The Emory Women’s Center is seeking nominations for its annual
Unsung Heroine Awards. Nominees should be women in the Emory community
(students, faculty, staff or alumnae) who have served as role models
for girls or young women, have done trailblazing work in previously
male-dominated environments, taken risks to challenge sexism or
performed community service work for promote women’s issue.
Send nominations to Emory Women’s Center Unsung Heroines,
Box GG, Atlanta,
Ga., 30322, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than Nov. 27. For more information, call 404-727-2001.