Archive for February 2011

All-university course 'Methland' sparks dialogue (02-28)

Demonstrating a commitment to patient safety (02-28)

March music events ring in spring (02-28)

Input wanted to lighten Emory's carbon load (02-28)

Writing workshops give insiders' views (02-28)

Emory Symphony Orchestra conductor sees students as 'greatest gift' (02-25)

Teaching in a digital world (02-25)

Student aid gets $14.4M boost at Emory (02-25)

Meditation is path to peace for inmates (02-25)

International SOS helps Emory travelers navigate the unexpected (02-23)

Goizueta Speaker Series: Media, finance titans share insights (02-23)

Study: Stress hormone linked to PTSD found in women only (02-23)

Iranian journalist, filmmaker to speak (02-21)

Acclaim: Honors for Johnson, Shutt, Skibell and Witte (02-21)

Grant renewal supports Johnson Institute's Visiting Scholars Program (02-18)

War is war: Ancient stories, modern problems focus of upcoming arts events (02-18)

U.S. Kolt├ęs Project brings French director Phillip Boulay to campus (02-18)

Emory Report launches History Minute video series for 175th anniversary (02-18)

Newest Rollins building earns award (02-18)

$2.5M Gates grant to fund study of health risks from contaminated water (02-18)

Longest taco line sets world record (02-17)

2010 Annual Report highlights progress (02-17)

Honorary degree recipients announced (02-17)

Emory a top contributor in drug discovery (02-16)

Miller-Ward Alumni House now open for community events (02-16)

MyEmory Spotlight: Dorothy Brown (02-16)

Patton named dean of arts and sciences at Duke (02-16)

Candler students offered more flexible program (02-15)

Voyages event presents Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database (02-15)

Panel, film to explore art censorship (02-15)

Course looks at predicting lifespan health (02-11)

Attachment and solitude as paradoxes of pain (02-11)

Order sustainably grown food for campus pickup (02-11)

Goizueta launches marketing analytics center (02-11)

Buchman, Hadjipanayis, Melion and Strocchia honored (02-11)

Working to stay healthy earns Fit Friendly Company honor (02-11)

Panel dissects scenarios for Egypt's future (02-10)

Exhibit features African American artists (02-10)

Board of Trustees sets new rates for 2011-2012 (02-10)

Carlos Museum exhibits capture the imagination (02-09)

Camp expo has summer solutions for kids (02-09)

Climate change will impact public health (02-09)

Emerging India Summit to address Indo-American cooperation (02-09)

Racial revelations in Jean Toomer's 'Cane' (02-08)

Elizabeth Wilson: Scientist feminist creates new models of inquiry (02-07)

Palliative care is simply good patient care (02-07)

New support for Final Cut Pro will boost digital storytelling (02-07)

Theater Emory presents 'Buried Child' (02-07)

Slavery conference reclaims the past to illuminate the present (02-07)

Eagles 'Think Pink' against breast cancer (02-04)

Get discounts on new bikes (02-04)

Governance groups active with issues, ideas (02-04)

Women's Health Initiative: Behind the scenes (02-04)

Tenenbaum lecturer defines Jewish horror (02-04)

Gift to MARBL valued at over $1M (02-04)

Putting sleep disorders to rest (02-04)

Giving is simple way to happiness (02-04)

Art and science combine creatively at Showcase (02-03)

HIV in metro Atlanta clustered in 4 counties (02-03)

Emory fills ranks in Peace Corps (02-03)

Rushdie returns; public events planned (02-03)

Energy savings up from holiday turndown (02-02)

Upcoming lectures explore race and difference (02-02)

February concerts are music to warm the cold (02-02)

Reduce to win is RecycleMania goal (02-02)

Exploring the social brain (02-02)

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