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Jan. 22, 2015 |

New global strategy sets priorities for Emory's international engagement for the next five years

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"A Global Vision for Emory," announced by the Office of Global Strategies and Initiatives, promotes greater coherence and recognition for international activities.

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Study shows decrease in deaths of extremely premature infants

Ebola Faculty and Community Forum kicks off Jan. 26

Football players more likely to have heart disease risk factor

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Understanding the causes of death in premature infants allows doctors to make better decisions, counsel parents and help improve babies' survival, says Emory pediatrics professor Ravi Mangal Patel.

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The multidisciplinary Ebola Faculty and Community Forum offers seven sessions, examining issues related to public health, law, ethics, politics and more. Sessions start Monday and continue through April 16.

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Emory researchers found that after completing one season of college football, players show stiffer arteries than students who are not athletes. Arterial stiffness occurs before high blood pressure develops.

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Engage Emory

A free poetry reading and reception on Jan. 23 celebrates the opening of "B-Side Modernism," an exhibit of countercultural materials that influenced 20th century poets. The reading is set for 5-7 p.m. in the Jones Room of Woodruff Library; the exhibit runs through March 15 on Level 2 of the library.

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