April 14, 2008

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Work-life initiative goals include broadening access, options and programs for child and dependent care to support working parents like Donna Stephenson, associate director of alumni career services at Goizueta Business School.

A culture of support: Report backs ways to enhance work-life experience

Over the last two years, members of the Work-Life Initiative Task Force have met and discussed the work-life experience of faculty, staff and students, especially in light of the changing needs and expectations of today’s society.
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Budget to grow 5.1%
“Putting People First” could be the theme of the University budget for next year.The University’s Unrestricted Operation Budget (UOB) will grow 5.1 percent in fiscal year 2009 to a total of more than $679 million that will support increased investments in faculty, staff and student resources.
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Chorus, orchestra to collaborate on composer’s opus
The universal themes of love, life, grief and loss are brought into focus through the musical lens of Richard Prior’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated work, “Stabat Mater,” performed by the combined forces of the Emory Symphony Orchestra and University Chorus April 17-18 at 8 p.m. in the Schwartz Center, Emerson Concert Hall.
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