Archive for November 2010

Competition just adds water to energy savings (11-29)

Epilepsy drugs may not affect IQ of breastfed babies (11-29)

Emory joins nation's top research libraries in digital archive project (11-29)

Emory and Italy explore diet and health (11-29)

Three flu shot clinics left (11-29)

Largest AIDS Quilt display to be 'vivid reminder' (11-29)

Scholar, public health advocate named Marshall Scholar (11-24)

Acclaim: Aaron, Klugman and Patterson honored (11-24)

IT advisory on thumbdrive security (11-24)

Employee Council celebrates 40 years (11-24)

An insider's look at troubling trends toward Dutch Muslims, post 9/11 (11-24)

'Re-Generation' transforms science into art (11-22)

Sole Food celebrates shoe drive (11-22)

Emory's Thanksgiving feast helps save an endangered breed (11-22)

Ring in the season with holiday music (11-22)

Redesigned theology master's program allows students to 'go deep' (11-22)

iPads get test during election night assignment (11-22)

Dialogue asks 'Does slavery still matter?' (11-19)

Bioethics dialogue advances at Emory (11-19)

Emory hosts World AIDS Day events (11-19)

Acclaim: Grant, Gullatte, Sibley, Holland and Smith are recognized (11-19)

Dowman Drive entrance to campus closed (11-19)

Goizueta program moves up (11-19)

Emory Magazine launches iPad app (11-17)

Promoting a dialogue around breast health awareness (11-17)

Emory Cares breaks records (11-17)

Sleeping poorly may lead to heart disease, stroke (11-17)

Diapers may yield clues to human development (11-17)

Five habits to invest for success (11-17)

Explorer of the 'cool universe' (11-17)

Newsmakers: The Dalai Lama, midterm elections and butterflies (11-15)

Engaging alumni with social media (11-15)

Eagles advance to NCAA volleyball quarterfinals (11-15)

MyEmory Spotlight: Steve Ellwood (11-15)

A novel collection of Victorian literature comes to MARBL (11-15)

Keen recounts helping Haiti (11-15)

Wagner leads conversation on bioethics panel (11-12)

Jazz notes in Paris on Toni Morrison (11-12)

On the menu: Interfaith dialogue (11-12)

Transplant program celebrates 300 (11-12)

Is today's civil discourse productive? (11-11)

Emory Dance takes step with new partners in fall concert (11-10)

Johnson medalists honored (11-10)

Last chance to see calligraphy, Qur'an exhibits (11-10)

McDonald chair to bring international perspective to lecture series, teaching (11-10)

A resource for child care centers (11-10)

Pitch in for national recycling week (11-08)

NASA funds space radiation research (11-08)

Creative Writing Reading Series welcomes Richard Bausch (11-08)

Sencer named general counsel (11-08)

Many voices tell Emory's history (11-08)

Take a shot against flu (11-08)

Bioethics panel shaping recommendations (11-05)

Panel explores future of health care reform (11-05)

Lecture honors cardinal's beatification (11-05)

Acclaim: De Waal, Hughes, Sprawls are honored (11-05)

Brain trumps hand in Stone Age study (11-04)

November has cornucopia of musical treats (11-04)

Forum to explore civil rights justice (11-04)

IANPHI links science and action (11-04)

Unity Month connects community (11-04)

Midterm elections conjure up contrasting views (11-02)

Plant sale helps horticultural therapy (11-02)

Fighting river blindness with ingenuity, persistence (11-02)

Join Emory Cares for day of service (11-01)

Social media guide supports a cause (11-01)

Fostering civil discourse (11-01)

Zany comedy classic restaged (11-01)

Imagining the future of the family (11-01)

Emory University Hospital is consumer choice winner (11-01)

Pivot point: The Yalta Conference, World War II, and the Cold War (10-25)

Johnson Medals to honor champions of civil and human rights (10-04)

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