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Oct. 14, 2014 |

'Teach-In Against Hate' to respond to recent anti-Semitic graffiti with education, outreach

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Led by Emory faculty, Wednesday's "Teach-In Against Hate" will be the latest in a series of campus responses to graffiti targeting a historically Jewish fraternity.

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With elections nearing, can we still trust polls to predict outcomes?

Emory Law explores how to make 'diversity a reality every day'

When it comes to social media, the more data the better

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Political science professor Alan Abramowitz, a polling and national elections expert, examines the usefulness of polling after several recent elections went the opposite of what the polls predicted.

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A high-profile panel shares stories of overcoming obstacles and considers how "new age" diversity can improve the legal profession through better mentoring, work-life balance and more.

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From politics to cat photos, social media plays a key role in many aspects of life. Marketing professor David Schweidel's research examines social media phenomena, including consumer conversations.

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Engage Emory

Get informed about 2015 medical plans and other employee benefits at meetings that began this week and will be held across campus throughout the month. Annual benefits enrollment begins Monday, Oct. 20, and runs through Nov. 3.

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