January 25, 2011


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Ken OnoNew theories reveal the nature
of numbers
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Emory mathematician Ken Ono is unveiling new theories that answer famous old questions about partition numbers, the basis for adding and counting.

Founders WeekA special Founders Week
In Emory's 175th anniversary year, the upcoming midwinter festival will commemorate a partnership of heart and mind that shaped the University's vibrant intellectual community.

King Week Video
A spirited King Week
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See your friends and colleagues in action celebrating King's legacy with service, readings and music.

Dawoud Bey projectEmory community's diversity pictured in photography project by Dawoud Bey
Meet the artist behind "The Emory Project" – portraits of faculty, staff and students that communicates the University's cultural diversity – at the Feb. 1 opening.

Construction UpdateConstruction around campus on the rise and on the go
Get an update on the progress of the Emory Village roundabout and more.



Jan. 25, 8 p.m.
King Week: 'State of Race' with CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien

Jan. 26, 4 p.m.
Life of Mind Lecture: Histories and Legacies of Slavery and Race at Emory

Feb. 1, 7:30 p.m.
Tenebaum Lecture: 'Frightening Jews: Toward a Definition of Jewish Horror'

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Take Note

• Browse Emory Report's Guide to Spring Semester

• Enter MARBL's 'Found It' contest

Blomeyer offers fitness special

Faculty in the news

Jessica McDermott Sales
"Over 10 percent of young adults with STDs claim abstinence," Time magazine, Jan. 14

Mary Brown Bullock
"Analysis of U.S.-China relations," CNN Newsroom, Jan. 19

Anne M. Fitzpatrick
"Asthmatic kids experience premature loss of lung function later in life," Science Daily, Jan. 18

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  Financial Seminar for Women. For more information, go to www.womenscenter.emory.edu          

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