June 26 , 2006
Ideas on improving
The Clifton Community Partnership (CCP) has launched a new, interactive Web site to generate dialogue, share ideas and information, and post notices of upcoming events and projects.
The goal of the CCP is to encourage vitality and vibrancy throughout the Clifton Corridor by focusing on activity centers (entertainment, shops, restaurants); transportation choices that provide alternatives to single occupancy vehicles; pedestrian-friendly streetscapes; and housing options that allow people to live closer to campus.
This site provides interested parties an opportunity to share ideas and collaborate about what is working and what needs improvement along the Clifton Corridor. Log on and share your thoughts:
Award for Excellence
in Scientific Research
ceremony June 28
Marc Chimowitz and William Kelly are this year’s recipients of the Albert E. Levy Scientific Research Award recognizing excellence in scientific research.
Each year, two of Emory’s faculty members, one junior and one senior, are selected by the University Research Committee to receive the awards.
The ceremony, at
3:30 p.m., on Wednesday,
June 28, in the School of Public Health Rita Rollins Room, will feature talks by the recipients specific to the scientific contributions for which they are being awarded.
Chimowitz will speak on “Advancing the Treatment of Intracranial Arterial Stenosis,” and Kelly will speak on “Mechanisms of Germ Cell Repression in C. Elegans.”