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Oscar for Animation? It's About Time, Says Emory Professor


Atlanta, Ga. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will award its first Oscar for an animated feature-length film this year--and it's about time, says Nina Martin, an assistant professor of film studies at Emory University.

Award-Winning Oxford College Program Boosts K-12 Teachers' Environmental Science Skills


Atlanta, Ga.For the 10th year, Oxford College of Emory University will host nearly 20 Georgia K-12 teachers at its Oxford Institute for Environmental Education June 11-22. The program, which recently was recognized with the Conservation Educator of the Year Award by the Georgia Wildlife Federation, trains Georgia teachers who often have had limited exposure to ecology courses, in hands-on laboratory and field techniques.

Technology Playing Key Role in Science Education


Atlanta, Ga. Joseph Justice is using the web to get his freshmen seminar students excited about science and to translate advanced biochemical processes to those who might not have strong science backgrounds.

'Social Problems' Hit Home for Oxford Students


Atlanta, Ga. Oxford College students in Mike McQuaide's "Social Problems" class learn firsthand the cost of society's problems.

University Teaching Fund Revamps Guidelines


Atlanta, Ga. The University Teaching Fund has revamped its funding guidelines to make grants available to more faculty seeking to enhance their teaching.

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