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Hussein Mohamed (back left) started Sagal Radio to inform and connect Atlanta’s growing African immigrant community.
Refugee radio expands its reach
Growing up in Negele, Ethiopia, Hussien Mohamed often could be found with one ear glued to a radio. It was — and still is —
the way many Africans received news and other important information. Click here to read the full text of this story.
Board approves FY10
Emory’s unrestricted operating budget will grow a modest 2.6 percent ($17.6 million) in fiscal year 2010, as the University begins to feel the effects of diminished income from its endowment funds following the worldwide equity market collapse in Fall 2008. Click here to read the full text of this story.
Faculty tell stories of creativity
Necessity is said to be the mother of invention. But creativity and generativity also are born out of inspiration, curiosity and celebration, a common thread of the faculty stories shared at a recent Center for Faculty Development and Excellence workshop on the “Challenges of Staying Creative.”
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