July 9, 2007

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Nancy Seideman,
Executive Editor

Kim Urquhart, Editor

Christi Gray, Designer

Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

Amber Jackson, Intern



In support of Step Up Emory, President Jim Wagner and his colleagues in the president’s office (pictured from left to right: Cynthia Watters, Janet Gallo and Marion Dearing), make every effort to take the stairs at work. Taking the stairs even one flight on a regular basis can help burn calories and improve cardiovascular health, in addition to other benefits.

Making strides for workplace wellness with Step Up Emory
On a recent Friday, Human Resources employees laced up their tennis shoes, temporarily abandoned their desks and headed out into the morning sunshine for a brisk walk, falling in step with Vice President of Human Resources Peter Barnes and tracking their distance on pedometers provided by Step Up Emory. Click here to read the full text of this story.

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

July 9 Headlines
Wagner issues statement on academic freedom

TCP group hosts U.S. Social Forum
attendees from N.Y.

Emory sees ‘special opportunity’
in voluntary EPA self-audit

Internationally renowned scientists join Emory

Trail-blazing biblical scholar Galambush to speak at Emory

Law students awarded grants to serve public

Partnership with Ethiopia includes digitization of historical documents

Arbiser’s sculpture shows mettle of
Holocaust survivors

Campus construction update

Scholarship & Research: Gilman’s students learned to stomach research in diet project

Scholarship & Research: Emory Global Health Institute awards $2M in grants for research, programs

IT Focus: Technology notes for
teaching, learning, community

First Person: Fred Tung

Emory Profile: James Davis

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