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Dec. 2, 2014 |

New ILA issues call for Interdisciplinary Fellows

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Multi-year fellowships will give faculty an opportunity to explore interdisciplinary projects that promote the core values of the liberal arts, according to philosophy professor Mark Risjord, who serves as ILA planning director.

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Celebrate the season with popular holiday music events

Landmark clinical trial evaluates cell therapy to treat heart attack

Mathematician's 'beautiful find' vies for 2014 top science story

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Enjoy holiday musical performances beginning this week on both the Emory and Oxford campuses. Many are free or offer discounts for students, faculty and staff.

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In a study led by Emory professor Arshed Quyyumi, doctors treated heart attack patients with their own bone marrow cells to evaluate the most beneficial cell type and doses.

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A find by Emory professor Ken Ono and collaborators is up for Discover Magazine's "people's choice" award for top science story of the year. Cast your vote by Dec. 3.

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Engage Emory

Enjoy tea and scones on Thursday, Dec. 4, at 4 p.m. in the Carlos Museum Reception Hall as Andi McKenzie, assistant curator of works on paper, discusses paintings by Joan Wadell-Barnes commissioned to illustrate an American edition of Thomas Mann’s "Joseph and His Brothers." AntiquiTEA is free and public.

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