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Oct. 2, 2014 |

More Emory employees, managers explore the benefits of flexible work arrangements

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For employees like Margie Varnado, who telecommutes once per week, flexible work options can help reduce stress while boosting productivity and morale.

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Yerkes researchers first to show irradiation plus transplantation may treat HIV/AIDS

Faculty members book tickets to inspiration, new research and personal connections

Former President Carter celebrates 90th birthday with new butterfly garden

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Scientists at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center are the first to show irradiation plus stem cell transplantation in nonhuman primates can be used to treat or possibly even cure HIV.

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Travel refreshes faculty with opportunities for new research, plus professional and personal connections. That is especially true for professor Michael Leo Owens, his wife and newly adopted son.

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Created with help from Emory evolutionary ecologist Jaap de Roode, the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Pollinator Garden at The Carter Center is designed to help migrating monarch butterflies.

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Engage Emory

Don't miss your last chance to see two popular exhibits at Woodruff Library set to close this month. "He Had a Hammer," about baseball legend Hank Aaron, on Level 2, ends Oct. 26. "Mobilizing the Battle of Atlanta," detailing the creation of the tour app, ends Oct. 19 on Level 3.

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