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Dec. 5, 2013 |

Dogs help students 'paws' for study break

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Service dogs come to Woodruff Library Dec. 11-12 to help students de-stress while studying for final exams.

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Neuroethics Symposium explores bias in academia

Mice can inherit learned sensitivity to a smell

Recession graduates happier in long run, study finds

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On Dec. 10, speakers and a panel discussion will take an interdisciplinary look at the complex nature of stereotypes and bias in academia.

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Researchers found that when a mouse is trained to fear a certain odor, his or her pups will be more sensitive to that odor, even though the pups have never encountered it.

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Well-educated college graduates who earned their degrees in a recession were ultimately more satisfied with their jobs, according to a newly published study by a Goizueta Business School professor.

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Engage Emory

Shop conveniently on campus for holiday gifts. The Carlos Museum Bookshop Two-Day Holiday Sale is Dec. 6-7, with 20% off everything, including gifts and new and discounted books. And Barnes & Noble @ Emory is giving faculty and staff a 20% discount Dec. 8-14 with free giftwrapping and gift-giving tips.

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