March 1, 2011


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Campaign Emory - Student aid gets $14.4M boost at EmoryStudent aid gets $14.4M boost at Emory Audio Play Button
Campaign Emory: A $14.4 million estate gift from alumnus James E. Varner Jr. '43C will provide financial aid to students through the Emory Advantage program.

International SOS helps Emory travelers navigate the unexpectedInternational SOS helps Emory travelers navigate the unexpected
Recent unrest in Egypt and the region reiterates the importance for faculty, staff and students traveling abroad to register with Emory's travel assistance service.

Study: Stress hormone linked to PTSD found in women only Study: Stress hormone linked to PTSD found in women only Audio Play Button
High blood levels of a stress-produced hormone are found to be linked to post-traumatic stress disorder in women but not men.

All-university course 'Methland' sparks dialogueAll-university course 'Methland'
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Faculty and students from a variety of disciplines come together to study the methamphetamine epidemic in the first all-university course.

Tech-niques - Teaching in a digital worldTech-niques: Teaching in a digital world
Millennial Learners workshops explore philosophical and practical elements of teaching with technology in the 21st century classroom.


March 3, 11:45 a.m.
Women's History Month: "Beauty bias: How appearance plays out in the workplace"

March 3, 8 p.m.
Emory University Symphony Orchestra: "Symphony No. 3"

March 7-11
Spring Recess

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Take Note

Input wanted to lighten Emory's carbon load

Writing workshops give insiders' views

Emory Report launches History Minute video series for 175th anniversary
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Faculty in the News

Joshilyn Jackson and Natasha Trethewey
"Belles, books and candor," Vanity Fair, February 2011

Janet R. Cummings and Benjamin G. Druss
"Minority teens: Fewer depression therapies," United Press International, Feb. 23, 2011

Reynaldo Martorell
"For kids in poverty, no brain benefit to iron, zinc," Reuters, Feb. 18, 2011

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Unsung Heroines

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