Archive for April 2011

University Senate approves tobacco-free initiative (04-30)

Ehrlich says climate disruption means sea change for humanity (04-29)

Prairie vole model guides autism treatment search (04-29)

Choreographer constructs a concept of time (04-29)

Nobel laureate to give biochemistry lecture (04-27)

Negi honored for service (04-27)

New website to trace origins of enslaved Africans (04-27)

Michelle Wu: Hockey fan holds key to summer housing (04-27)

Blackboard-OPUS integration ready May 9 (04-26)

Hand transplant is academic health science at its best (04-26)

Protesters arrested for trespass on Quadrangle (04-26)

21st century education is provost's topic (04-25)

Eat, play, do good at Staff Fest (04-25)

Faculty share experiences with technology (04-22)

Making religious beliefs positive instead of divisive (04-22)

Musical activity may help the aging brain (04-22)

Social networking website connects carpoolers (04-20)

Environmental Health and Safety Office plans safety review (04-20)

Next Tobacco-Free Emory focus group is April 22 (04-20)

E. Brooks Holifield named to American Academy of Arts & Sciences (04-20)

Law professor's religious freedom messages resound in Arab world (04-20)

Organic chemistry leaders to speak at Emerson Center symposium (04-20)

Alliance of religion and human rights explored (04-20)

Online courses let Emory close the distance (04-19)

Proton therapy and its importance to Georgia (04-19)

Lullwater's fallen trees repurposed for place-based education (04-18)

Future Makers lecture weighs personalized and system-based medicine (04-18)

Exploring the intersection of civil rights and black LGBT movements (04-18)

Emory Point mixed-use project takes shape (04-16)

Emory a host for an Apple conference (04-15)

Faculty Resource Hub launched (04-15)

Emory Mobile expands (04-15)

Global, technological forces reshape media (04-15)

Emory Wind Ensemble to present 'Innovation: Festival of New Music' (04-15)

MyEmory Spotlight: Kathryn Stack (04-15)

Tibetan musician expands cultural palette (04-15)

Students say goodbye to gossip (04-15)

Acclaim: Kudos for Kutner, Lipstadt, Rothbaum and Wenger (04-15)

U.S., China have similar health reform issues (04-15)

Tell your sustainability story (04-13)

Annual showcase features student art (04-13)

Married priests defied church law (04-13)

Psychologists closing in on claustrophobia (04-13)

Cancer surveillance expands in Georgia (04-13)

Libraries respond to feedback for final exams (04-13)

Strategy targets fragile X syndrome and epilepsy (04-13)

Yawning chimps convey empathy (04-13)

Satu Riutta: Informing decisions at Oxford (04-13)

March For Unity to break the silence on intolerance (04-12)

$13,000 raised to aid Japanese relief effort (04-12)

Nominate Emory's community builders (04-11)

Film on HIV testing marks Global Health Week (04-11)

Cancelled: Creativity Conversation: A friendship with William Faulkner (04-11)

Civil War anniversary: Lessons to learn (04-11)

FAQ on a tobacco-free campus (04-11)

Volunteer for Commencement (04-08)

Language learning as close as a computer (04-08)

Raising awareness of sexual assault (04-08)

Looking back, Nazi's trial gave voice to victims (04-07)

Emory launches website on tobacco-free initiative (04-07)

Historian-author's Goodrich C. White Lecture to draw on lessons from U.S. presidents (04-07)

Emory's hospitals rank tops (04-06)

'Six Feet Under' inspirer to give poetry reading (04-06)

Antidepressants linked to thicker arteries (04-06)

TEDx conference coming to Emory (04-06)

Candler campaign makes 'Real' impact (04-06)

Burt's Bees puts 'greater good' first (04-05)

Chimp and bonobo study gives clues to the social brain (04-05)

Diverse community builders receive Aldridge awards (04-05)

Rothschild Lecture: Civil rights movement revealed Jewish, African American links (04-04)

Brogan lecturer to look at Census data use (04-04)

Cliff shuttles get interim fleet, Android app (04-04)

Collaboration leads to improved Compass reporting (04-04)

'Book of the Dead' inspires composer's premiere of 'Eternal Gates' and related events (04-01)

Theology students find that 'less' can be 'more' (04-01)

Vote backs open access to Emory articles (04-01)

Emory is first recipient of new 'green' award (04-01)

U.N.'s value is in hope and help (04-01)

April is Earth Month at Emory (04-01)

Acclaim: Second Century awardees, Curran and Sherer honored (04-01)

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