Emory Report
August 23, 2004
Volume 57, Number 1


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August 23, 2004
Around Campus


Paul Wade of pathology and laboratory medicine and Barry Shur of cell biology will receive the 2004
Albert E. Levy Awards for Excellence in Scientific Research in a ceremony to be held Wednesday, Aug. 25,
at 3:30 p.m. in the Grace Crum Rollins Room of the Rollins School of Public Health.

Wade, an assistant professor, will receive the junior faculty award for his work in gene regulatory pathways in cancer cells. He has published 24 manuscripts since coming to Emory in 2000.

Shur, who will receive the senior faculty award, is Charles Howard Candler Professor and chair of cell biology. Focusing on the molecular mechanisms underlying cellular interactions, Shur has published more than 110 manuscripts during his career. He came to Emory in 1996.

The Rollins Room is on the eighth floor of the public health building. A reception will follow the awards presentation.

The Center for Women will host its sixth annual Telling Our Stories event on Tuesday, Sept. 14. Alicia Franck, senior associate vice president for University Development, and Ginger Cain, University Archivist, are the featured speakers.

The event, sponsored by the Center for Women, will begin with a 5:30 p.m. reception in the Miller-Ward Alumni House. Advanced reservations are required, and space is limited. The cost is $25 and includes a three-course dinner.

Payment is due by Sept. 8. RSVPs and payments can be made by visiting the Center for Women’s website
at www.emory.edu/WOMENS_CENTER. For more information contact the Center for Women at
404-727-2000 or at jwill04@ emory.edu.