April 28, 2003


Multicultural Programs holds Excellence Awards
On April 3, the Office of Multicultural Programs and Services hosted its 20th annual Excellence Awards banquet and formally dedicated the event to be named after Delores Aldridge, Grace Towns Hamilton Professor of Sociology and African American Studies and founder of Emory’s African American studies program.

Three University faculty/adminstrators were recognized: Robert Brown, assistant professor of political science, received the Delores P. Aldridge Award for Excellence in Teaching and an appreciation award for exemplary service; Peter Dowell, senior associate dean of Emory College, received an appreciation award for exemplary service; and President Bill Chace received an Eagle Award for excellence in leadership.

Thirteen students also received Excellence Awards, and Robert Lee (medical school), Clifton Green (business school) and Darrell Stokes (biology) all were named outstanding mentors.

Summer camps at Clifton School
The Clifton School will hold weekly summer camps from June 2–Aug. 8 for children ages 5–12. Space is limited, and parents are encouraged to register their children as early as possible to ensure a spot.

For more information, call 404-315-6340 or visit www.thecliftonschool.org.

Ridgewood closed until June

To facilitate the installation of a new DeKalb County water main, Ridgewood Drive will be closed to through traffic from the intersection with Haygood Drive and the entrance to the Tufts House until approximately June 2.

Traffic will be redirected using Lowergate Drive, Clifton Road and Haygood. Vehicles needing access to the Tufts House will be directed to Lowergate.