March 6, 2006

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The Unsung Heroines Award pays tribute to women who have blazed new trails and taken on daunting social issues, either on the Emory campus or in the world at large. This year’s recipients are (clockwise from top left) Susan Carini, Carmen Patrick Mohan, Lee Pasackow, Roberta Bondi, Kim Miller, Leslie Gilbert, Elizabeth Connell and Rebecca Vallas. The women are nominated for the award, which this year recognizes a range of ideas, including an effort to create lactation centers on campus for new mothers and one recipient’s work to bolster disadvantaged minority families.


Eight more Heroines hear their praises sung

Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich once said, “Well-behaved women rarely make history.” Whether on the international stage or in Emory’s own backyard, the eight women chosen as this year’s Unsung Heroines made the kinds of contributions, large and small, that break down barriers and confront compelling social issues.

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