Lecture to focus on 9/11 responses
The response of Jews and Jewish museums to the terrorist attacks
of Sept. 11 will be the focus of the annual Tenenbaum Lecture, Feb.
11, at 8 p.m. in the Dobbs Center’s Winship Ballroom.
New York University Professor Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett will
speak about “Kodak Moments, Flashbulb Memories: Jewish Responses
to September 11.” The Tenen-baum Lecture is sponsored by the
Institute for Jewish Studies and is free and open to the public.
For more information, call 404-727-0896.
Staff Fest ’03
looking for slogans
Human Resources is soliticiting suggestions for slogans for this
year’s Staff Fest.
The event will carry a “safari” theme, according to
HR, and the person who submits the winning slogan will receive $25.
Submissions should be sent to La Shanda Perryman at email@example.com
by Feb. 14.
Boss, Eckert hold
book signing, Feb. 11
Jeremy Boss, professor of microbiology and immunology, and Susan
Eckert, assistant nursing dean for business and finance, will hold
a signing for their new book, Academic Scientists at Work: Navigating
the Biomedical Research Career, Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. on the third
floor of the Rollins Research Center.
The book is now available on Amazon.com.
For more information, call Yvonne DeBellotte at 404-727-8929.
moves to Emory Inn
Le’Giverny, the popular French restaurant previously located
on Clairmont Road near North Decatur, has moved to the Emory Inn.
Owner/executive chef Remy Kerba said the restaurant, which opened
in its new location Jan. 8, soon will feature a bar and banquet