to teach bioengineering
This fall’s MiniMedical School will feature scientists from
the joint Emory-Georgia Tech biomedical engineering department,
who will explain the latest advances made possible through the union
of medical research and engineering technology.
The course is designed for the general public but also will be of
interest and value to health care professionals, business persons,
entrepreneurs and anyone interested in scientific breakthroughs.
MiniMedical School begins Oct. 1 and runs four consecutive Tuesdays
from 7–9 p.m. Tuition is $80 ($68 for past MiniMed School
graduates and Emory employees) and includes a textbook.
Registration is available online at www.emory.edu/eve/short_courses/index.html
or by calling the Center for Lifelong Learning at 404-727-6000.
fair to be held at DUC
The Fire Safety and Crime Prevention of Community Services will
host its annual Safety Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 8. Running from 10
a.m.–2p.m., the event will be held in the Coca-Cola Commons
in the Dobbs Center.
For more information, contact Amanda Boor, director of fire safety,
Heart Walk team
Emory Healthcare (EHC) is sponsoring a team for the 2002 Atlanta
American Heart Walk on Saturday, Nov. 16 at Turner Field and is
“Our goal this year is to recruit 1,850 participants for the
Emory Healthcare team and raise $75,000,” said John Fox, Emory
Participants of all ages are encouraged to take part in the 5K run/walk
For more information about joining the team, visit www.emoryhealthcare.org.