Emory Campus Life Connection Newsletter February 2019

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Issue 21February 2019
 
 
 

LGBT Life: Engaging students with faculty and staff beyond the classroom

Among its goals, the office will provide LGBTQ students with increased opportunities to connect with LGBTQ faculty and staff outside the classroom for mentoring and other assistance.
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CAPS celebrates 40th Anniversary

Counseling and Psychological Services continues a long history of providing Emory students with safe spaces to be heard and helped.
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CAPS' Helpline volunteers: Emory's unknown, unsung student heroes

Every day that classes are in session, an unknown group of undergraduate students convenes at an unknown location on campus to take calls on the Emory Helpline, a service managed by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
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ECL Connections reader survey provides helpful feedback

The eight-item fall 2018 survey was offered to approximately 335 Campus Life staff members, with 51 (15 percent) responding. Readers offered helpful feedback about what they like and how the newsletter can be improved. Here┬┐s a summary of the survey results....
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Recent developments for an array of Emory Campus Life programs and initiatives.
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your existing colleagues on their accomplishments and welcome new colleagues joining the Campus Life team!
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