Emory Report
January 30, 2006
Volume 58, Number 17


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January 30, 2006
Week features Town Hall, Lewis speech

Emory community members should mark their calendars this week for two important events, one aimed internally at Emory employees, the second with a breadth and scope far beyond the Clifton Corridor.

Tomorrow, Jan. 31, at noon in the law school’s Tull Auditorium, the Employee Council will sponsor its second annual spring Town Hall, featuring five of Emory’s top administrators. Appearing will be President Jim Wagner, Provost Earl Lewis, Executive Vice President Mike Mandl (finance and administration), Vice President Robert Ethridge (equal opportunity programs) and University Secretary Rosemary Magee. The event is titled “Focusing on the Future: Leadership From Every Angle,” and a webcast will be archived at www.employeecouncil.emory.edu.

On Sunday, Feb. 5, Georgia Rep. John Lewis will kick Emory’s Founders Week celebration with his address, “Memoirs of a Civil Rights Legend,” at 5 p.m. in Glenn Auditorium. Lewis’ lecture will be preceded by a book-signing from 4–5 p.m. in room 525 of Goizueta Business School.