Emory Report
June 23, 2008
Volume 60, Number 33



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June 23, 2008

John Ford, dean of campus life, has been elected a director of Education Realty Trust. The Memphis, Tenn.-based company owns, manages and develops housing near college campuses.

Ford’s election, at the real estate investment trust’s annual meeting in May, is for a one-year term.

Kay Hinton, as well as the Manuscript Archives & Rare Book Library newsletter, received Circle of Excellence Awards medals from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

Hinton, associate director of photo/video, was awarded a bronze medal for photography featured in Emory Magazine. The images were taken during an Emory-hosted “Journeys” trip to Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian territories.

The newsletter for MARBL, produced by Susan Carini and graphic designer Stanis Kodman, was awarded the gold medal in CASE’s Print External Audience Newsletters category.

Una Hutton Newman, chief marketing officer for Emory Healthcare and Emory University, and her marketing team earned nine awards — a gold, two silver, three bronze and three merit — in the 25th annual Healthcare Advertising Awards.

The team earned five awards, a silver and four bronze, in the 2008 Aster Awards, a medical marketing awards program, recognizing excellence in health care marketing and advertising.

Bobby Paul, dean of Emory College, received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Psychoanalytic Association.

Paul received the award for his “far-reaching contributions to furthering psychoanalysis in both undergraduate and graduate education and for his unparalleled vision and generativity in creating programs that have positioned psychoanalysis as an interdisciplinary academic field of study.” Paul is the highest-ranking academic administrator among American Psychoanalytic Association members.