May 5, 2003


Emory to host Lost Boys Summit, May 16–18
The first Lost Boys National Summit will take place on campus, May 16–18. The event will be co-hosted by the Lost Boys Foundation, which represents a group of child refugees—known as the Lost Boys from Sudan—who were orphaned during that country’s civil war.

Stedman Graham, chairman and CEO of S. Graham and Associates, an educational company, will be the keynote speaker at the Conference Center Hotel, Friday, May 16, at 6 p.m. His topic, “Lost Boys Can Make It Happen,” will be based on his best-selling book, You Can Make It Happen: Nine Steps To Success.

Full summit registration is $100. Individual tickets for the Steadman speech and dinner are $60, and tables of 10 can be bought for $500.

Registration can be made online at For more information call 404-475-6032.

Share files through Emory Webdrive
Emory faculty, staff and students have a new way to share electronic files from any location on or off campus, as the Information Technology Division has introduced Emory Webdrive, a powerful, secure and easy collaborative file-sharing service.

Webdrive is faster and less demanding on the e-mail system than sending files by
e-mail attachment; users can share files up to 20 megabytes in size, and the service also provides a secure location to edit or back up files.

Emory Webdrive is divided into two services: Group Space (supporting research, teaching and administrative communications, with approved groups receiving up to one gigabyte of free space, with additional space available for purchase) and Personal Space.

Accounts are already available for all students, faculty and staff. For more information,visit