April 16, 2007
Emory taps Zimmerman to head men’s basketball
Jason Zimmerman has joined Emory as the head men’s basketball coach. Zimmerman, a native of Warsaw, Ind., has spent the last 11 seasons as an assistant coach at the Division I level.
Most recently, Zimmerman spent the 2003–04 through 2006–07 seasons as an assistant at the University of Evansville. He spent seven seasons at Davidson College. During that time the Wildcats compiled an 122–81 record and competed in the 1998 and 2002 NCAA Tournaments.
Zimmerman graduated from Davidson in 1994 and earned his bachelor’s degree in economics, where he was a four-year letterwinner. He concluded his career as the school’s No. 18 all-time leading scorer. He finished fourth in the Southern Conference in career free throws and seventh in career assists. Zimmerman also earned Davidson’s Thomas A. Sparrow Award for commitment to collegiate athletics.
PCSW extends HERS application deadline
The deadline for applications to the President’s Commission on the Status of Women for consideration for the 2007–08 HERS Management Institute Program has been extended until Friday, June 1. Applications and supporting materials, including nomination letters, must be received no later than the deadline date, and should be delivered to: Carolyn Bregman, Emory School of Law, 1301 Clifton Road.
Applicants who applied by the original deadline date will receive special consideration in selection deliberations. For additional information, visit www.pcsw.emory.edu or contact Bregman at