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October 25 , 2004
ROUNDTABLE TO DISCUSS MANUSCRIPT WRITING
The Provost’s Program in Manuscript Development will host a roundtable discussion, “From Dissertation To Book,” Thursday, Oct. 28, at 4 p.m. in 122 Candler Library.
Michael Leo Owens, political science; Dianne Stewart, religion; and Program Director Amy Benson Brown will participate. Graduate students and faculty are welcome to attend. For more information, call
ELECTION 2004 PANEL AT ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER
The Center for Public Scholarship is sponsoring “Presidential Elections in an Age of Uncertainty,” Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the Atlanta History Center at 130 West Paces Ferry Road.
The event features Emory’s Merle Black and Alan Abramowitz, along with Thomas Patterson from Harvard University, and will be moderated by CNN anchor Carol Costello.
The event is free to the Emory community, but reservations are required; call 404-727-7602.
EMORY VOTING POLICY
The Emory community is encouraged to vote Tuesday, Nov. 2, either before or after working hours, but Emory policy does not provide paid time off for voting. To view Emory’s voting policy, visit www.emory.hr.edu and click on Policies & Procedures.