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Sep. 4, 2014 |

Literary icon Joyce Carol Oates offers a glimpse into her writing, influences and inspiration

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Praised as "a writer's writer and an American literary treasure," Joyce Carol Oates shared her wit and wisdom at Emory's Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

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Emory to ban bee-harming pesticides, protect pollinators

Researcher receives $1M for biomedical data registries

University librarian: Technology holds 'endless' possibilities

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In response to declining global bee populations and threats to other pollinators, Emory is taking steps to eliminate neonicotinoid-based pesticides on campus grounds.

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Emory's Li Xiong won a $1.06 million award to develop improved methods for building data registries that benefit biomedical research while guaranteeing patient privacy.

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Yolanda Cooper, university librarian since January 2014, arrived amid a wave of innovation and renovation for Emory's Woodruff Library and its affiliated branches.

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Engage Emory

Discover the work of Emory's Center for Global Safe Water and opportunities for involvement at the center's open house Friday, Sept. 5, at 2:30 p.m. in the Rita Ann Rollins Conference Room of the Grace Crum Rollins Building in the School of Public Health.

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