February 17, 2003


Hilton headlines Science & Theology Service
The fourth annual Science and Theology Service, an interfaith service of music, reflection and word, will be presented Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. in Cannon Chapel.

David Hilton, adjunct professor of international health in the Rollins School of Public Health, will be the featured speaker. Hilton has practiced medicine as a missionary in Nigeria, a family physician in Wisconsin and as a doctor for the Seminole Tribe in Florida. An international consultant for faith-based healing programs, he currently serves as director of Ecumenical Health Ministries.

In addition to Hilton’s remarks, the service will feature music by University Organist Timothy Albrecht and the Meridian Chorale.

For more information, visit www.meridianherald.org.

PANDA project seeks volunteers
The PANDA Project, which is run out of the departments of psychology and psychiatry and behavioral sciences, is seeking women less than five months pregnant to participate in a research project studying the relationship between a mother’s emotions and her baby’s development.

Women would be paid at least $25 per required visit; the number of visits would vary depending on how far along the woman is in her pregnancy.

For more information, call 404-727-2390.

Last week Emory Report reported that Linda Matthews, recently appointed to succeed Joan Gotwals as vice provost and director of University Libraries, attended Albion College (Mich.) as an undergraduate. Matthews is a 1966 graduate of Winthrop College in Rock Hill, S.C.







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