January 28, 2008
Campus updates for severe weather
Severe weather conditions may cause the University to announce delays or cancellations of normal campus activities.
To obtain updated information, University community members can call the University’s Weather Information Line at 404-727-1234; check the University’s Web site at www.emory.edu/EMERGENCY; consult local radio and TV news broadcasts; and watch for all-Emory broadcast e-mail advisories.
The University’s inclement weather policy is online at http://policies.emory.edu/4.42.
Humanitarian Award winners named
Emory College students Zain Ahmed, Alexander Kappus and Stephanie LaPointe; Anneliese Millones of the School of Medicine and Benish Shah of the School of Law are the University’s 2008 Humanitarian Award winners.
The honor recognizes students who embody a spirit of volunteerism and sense of community, both on and off campus. Peers and faculty nominate students who demonstrate honesty, integrity, responsibility and a sense of community, perform special acts of courage and friendship; and commit an unusual amount of time and energy to service for others.
The community is invited to attend the reception that follows the award ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 8 p.m. in the Winship Ballroom.
Luther E. Smith, associate dean, faculty development and professor of church and community in the Candler School of Theology, will give the address.
Kids’ sports camp enrolling now
Emory Sports Fitness camp has, for 44 years, offered a safe environment for children to enjoy physical activity, including team sports, aquatics, gymnastics/tumbling and track and field.
This year’s camp runs June 2-22 for boys and girls ages 5-12. It is held at the Woodruff Physical Education Center. Sessions from one to three weeks, half-day and full-day are available.
Emory’s varsity coaches and physical education department faculty members will lead the program.
For more information, go to www.emorysportsfitnesscamp.com. E-mail Myra Sims at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions not answered on the Web site.