September 15, 2003


Candler to celebrate preaching
The Candler School of Theology will celebrate its preaching tradition with a series of workshops, Sept. 15–19 designed for Candler alumni and for ministers of all denominations interested in hearing and learning from some of country’s best preachers.
The “Celebration of Preaching” will feature preachers from eight different denominations as well as the installation of Thomas Long as Candler’s Bandy Professor of Preaching. Bandy has been described as one of the 12 best preachers in America.

A total of three continuing education credits will be offered for participants. For registration information, call 404-727-0714, e-mail or go to

UACT to hold teaching seminar, Sept. 18
The University Advisory Council on Teaching will hold its first event of the semester, “Inclusive Teaching and Diversity in the Sciences and Professional Schools,” Sept. 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Jones Room of Woodruff Library.

Participants will offer practical advice and strategies for creating an inclusive environment in science and professional school classrooms. RSVP to

Emory makes appearance on WB show

Emory will be featured in the Sept. 22 episode of the WB program “Everwood.” The hour-long drama, set in Everwood, Utah, features Treat Williams as Dr. Andrew Brown, a neurosurgeon and widower who moved from New York to the Rocky Mountains in order raise his two teenage children and open a free clinic.

The Sept. 22 episode centers on a college fair, and Emory banners, T-shirts and other paraphernalia are featured. “Everwood” is shown Mondays on the WB network at 9 p.m. The show’s season premiere is tonight.