July 23, 2007

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Nancy Seideman,
Executive Editor

Kim Urquhart, Editor

Christi Gray, Designer

Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

Amber Jackson, Intern



Challenge & Champions participants could be spotted in their bright gold T-shirts at Emory’s sports fields, libraries and laboratories earlier this month. The summer program blends
academics with athletics to help middle school students develop healthy habits.

Challenge & Champions inspires
student and teacher enthusiasm
From tracking a popular Harry Potter book from script to screen to learning the basics of badminton, Challenge & Champions offers a clever combination of academic enrichment, physical education and summer fun for rising 6th, 7th and 8th graders from metro Atlanta. The innovative three-week program serves a dual purpose: to challenge young minds and train pre-service teachers. Click here to read the full text of this story.

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Rollins family gives $50M gift to School
of Public Health

Emory taps Tim Downes to serve as athletic director

Nadolski brings expertise to Emory’s emergency preparedness efforts

‘Life of Faith’ finds new meaning
at Youth Theological Initiative

SIRE students learn art of research and teamwork in summer program

Emory College pilot project shows how cutting energy equals big savings

Clever construction helps Emory save water

Carter Center promotes dialogue, education on Palestinian issues

Health advances highlight summer

Faculty performances, David Dorfman highlight dance season at Emory

Scholarship & Research: Winskell’s films focus on HIV/AIDS prevention

Scholarship & Research: Physicist opens new window on glass

First Person: Sam Marie Engle

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