August 4, 2008

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Bryan Meltz, Photography Director

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Carol Clark, Staff Writer

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Emory’s 2008 class of Community Building and Social Change Fellows listen to stories of addiction and homelessness while visiting the Hope House, a comprehensive residential program for homeless men with substance abuse problems.

Building to the next level
It’s a quiet summer evening on campus, but learning is not at a lull for 11 Emory students who are listening with rapt attention to the director of Hope House as she describes the comprehensive residential program in downtown Atlanta for homeless men with substance abuse issues.
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Chronicle: Emory a great place to work
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently named Emory one of the “2008 Great Colleges to Work For.” The University was selected based on its responses to a questionnaire covering everything from salary, benefits and programs that support faculty and staff, to leadership development and governance structure. Click here to read the full text of this story.

Exploring faculty equity
The good news: Emory scores well for faculty equity, in terms of both gender and race/ethnicity, when compared to its peer institutions. The bad news: those peer benchmarks aren’t necessarily very high. Click here to read the full text of this story.