to discuss life transitions
“Continuing the Conversation on Mid-and-Late Life Transitions”
will be the topic of a program co-sponsored by the Women’s
Center and the Emeritus College on Tuesday, Aug. 12.
The event will follow the format of other similar gatherings, where
attendees listen and share experinces about midlife and aging with
other emeritae profesors, senior women, faculty and staff.
The event is free and open to the University community. It will
begin at 4 p.m. at the Miller-Ward Alumni House.
Space is limited and attendees are encouraged to RSVP to Jenny Williams
404-727-2001 or e-mail email@example.com.
Victory party for Atlanta-Athens bike ride
Action Cycling Atlanta (ACA) will hold a victory party on Sunday,
Aug. 10, to celebrate the success of Action Cycling 200, a 200-mile
round-trip fund-raising trip from Atlanta to Athens, held May 31–June
1, that raised some $45,000 for AIDS research at the Emory Vaccine
ACA was founded when a group of 17 Atlanta cyclists participated
in the 2002 European AIDS Vaccine Ride and raised $100,000. At the
celebration event, which will be held at the Park Tavern near Piedmont
Park, representatives from the Vaccine Center will discuss its significant
progress in HIV/AIDS vaccine research, the status of an Emory-developed
vaccine currently in clinical trials, and the continuing importance
of research funding. Park Tavern is located at the corner of 10th
Street and Monroe Avenue.
The event will be held from 5–7 p.m. on Aug. 10, and complimentary
drinks and refreshments will be provided by the restaurant.