Emory Report
March 6, 2006
Volume 58, Number 22


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March 6 , 2006
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Nobel authors featured in Woodruff
Currently featured in Woodruff Library’s third-floor New Books Rotunda is a selection of books written by Nobel Prize-winning authors like Elie Wiesel (whose memoir Night is a current Oprah Book Club title) and Seamus Heaney, whose personal papers are archived in the Manuscript, Archive & Rare Books Library on Woodruff’s 10th floor.

Other featured authors include Toni Morrison, Adrei Sakharov and John Steinbeck. The display is sponsored by Woodruff’s undergraduate council and will be up through the end of the semester. For more information, call Lee Pasackow at 404-727-0144.

Spring research job fair, April 21
Human Resources’ annual spring Research Job Fair will be held Friday, April 21, at the Clairmont Campus Student Activity and Academic Center. Traditionally the fair draws as many as 300 applicants for research assistants and postdoctoral fellows.

Interested faculty with current or future lab openings should register early to maximize their exposure. To register, visit http://emory.hr.emory/faculty. Deadline for registration is April 14. For more information, contact Randall Cumbaa, recruitment services manager, at 404-727-7191 or randall.cumbaa@emory.edu.