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November 4, 2002


Storm sewers being replaced on Lowergate
On Saturday, Nov. 2, Facilities Management began a major construction maintenance project at Lowergate Drive and Clifton Road involving the replacement of underground storm sewer pipes.

Senior Project Manager Rob Manchester said two lanes of traffic will be maintained on Lowergate (one entry lane and one exit lane) throughout the six- to eight-week project, except for the week of Thanksgiving (Nov. 25–29) when Lowergate at Clifton will be closed to all vehicular traffic.

For the duration of the project, Manchester said, left turns from the Emory Clinic Building B valet drop-off area will be prohibited, and exiting traffic will be directed via Ridgewood/Gambrell drives to Clifton.

Nominations sought for 2003–04 Distinguished Lecturer

The University Senate is seeking nominations for the Distinguished Lecturer presentation for 2003–04.

The award is made annually to a faculty member, and nominees are expected to present a lecture having broad interest and displaying exemplary scholarship. The lecture will be scheduled during the fall term of 2004.

The committee reviewing the nominations is made up of all past lecturers, and President Bill Chace will select the honoree from the finalists.

The nomination deadline is Jan. 30, 2003. All nomination letters will be confidential and should include a brief description of what makes the nominees “distinguished.” Nomi-nation letters should be sent to Senate President-Elect John Snarey by campus mail (Bishops Hall 66) or e-mail (

Math & Science Center to host panel
The Atlanta International Museum of Art and Design is sponsoring the panel discussion “Leadership and Legacy: Eco-effective Commerce Can be Profitable,” Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Math and Science Center.

Bob Hascall, senior associate vice president for Facilities Management will be one of the event’s panelists.

The event is free and open to the public, and there will be a reception prior to the discussion beginning at 5:30 p.m.