Emory Report
June 11, 2007
Volume 59, Number 32

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June 11, 2007
Around Campus

Help envision a new Clifton community
The Clifton Community Partnership is sponsoring the fourth and final community meeting to discuss ways of making the Clifton community more vibrant and walkable. Hundreds of residents and stakeholders have shared their ideas — and more participation is encouraged. The meeting begins at
7 p.m. on Monday, June 11, at the Miller-Ward Alumni House.

New registration policy for motorized cycles
Effective June 1, Emory faculty and staff who ride motorcycles, mopeds or scooters to campus will need to register them with Emory’s Transportation and Parking Services office.

Registration is free and will allow Emory to track the number of motorized scooters on campus. To view the new policy, visit www.epcs.emory.edu/park/motorcycles.htm.

“This registration will allow us to monitor how many riders are on campus and how we can best provide proper secured parking spaces and other amenities for them,” said Laura Ray, associate vice president for transportation and parking.

Registration forms are available from Transportation and Parking Services. Registrants will be required to provide proof of Georgia motorized cycle registration and their driver’s license.

PCSW awards duo for leadership in mentoring
Harriet King, senior vice provost for academic affairs, and Kim Loudermilk, senior associate dean for academic planning in the College, have received the Mentoring for Leadership Award from the President’s Commission on the Status of Women. The first annual award honors success in leadership in the context of a mentoring relationship in which at least one member is female to pay tribute to the process of mentoring, and to acknowledge the critical roles played by both mentor and mentee.