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Sep. 12, 2013 |

FBI agent/seminarian trains students in nonviolence

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Alex Hill, part-time student at Candler School of Theology and a supervisory special agent for the FBI, shares thoughts on his work teaching Kingian nonviolence principles and conflict resolution to Atlanta high school students.

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Provost hosts 'In Dialogue' sessions for faculty

Catch it early: Raising melanoma awareness in the young

Alzheimer's: Newly identified protein pathology impairs RNA splicing

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Provost Claire Sterk invites faculty to a series of small group sessions to talk about what's on their minds.

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Melanoma surprised Neil Gaines when he was only 27. Now cancer-free, he and his family are out to raise awareness for the most deadly of skin cancers.

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Researchers at Emory School of Medicine have identified a previously unrecognized type of pathology in the brains of patients with Alzheimer's disease.

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Engage Emory

Get in the know to get in shape. FSAP is offering a webinar on fitness options available to Emory employees. From the convenience of your computer, learn about discounted rates and how to join facilities on and off campus. The first of three showings is Sept. 17 at 12:30 p.m.

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