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Oct. 17, 2013 |

Faculty research shared through OpenEmory reaches milestones

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Emory will participate in Open Access Week Oct. 21-27 with a roster of events that will examine the benefits, effects and issues that occur with open access. OpenEmory, the open access repository for faculty-authored published research articles at Emory, recently celebrated its one-year anniversary.

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Excellence in Diversity: Emory receives national honor

Deal reopens federal government

BookReport: 'The Tropics Bite Back' is a feast of words on the cannibal and the edible

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Emory earned the 2013 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award for its commitment to promoting a diverse and inclusive campus community.

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An agreement passed by Congress and signed by the president puts the government back to work and provides for reimbursement of grant programs.

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Professor of French and English Valérie Loichot connects food and culture in her new book on Caribbean literature. Join the Department of English for a celebration and discussion on Oct. 18.

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Engage Emory

Put your inner artist out there by applying for funds to create a project with a "creation story" theme. Emory's Center for Creativity and Arts is accepting grant applications from faculty, staff and students for projects to be presented during the 2014-2015 academic year.

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