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Feb. 19, 2015 |

The beautiful mind: 3-D brain visualizations illustrate research on deep brain stimulation

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In a skillful combination of science and art, 3-D visualizations created by School of Medicine medical illustrator Michael Konomos help illustrate deep brain stimulation research led by Emory professor and neurologist Helen Mayberg.

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Carter reflects on moral leadership, human rights struggles

Natasha Trethewey brings poetry to the public in new column

Study explores men's attitudes toward household chores

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From values learned as a child in rural Georgia to The Carter Center's work to end sexual slavery, former President Jimmy Carter explored moral leadership in a speech at Candler School of Theology.

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Natasha Trethewey, former U.S. Poet laureate and director of Emory's Creative Writing Program, launches a new weekly poetry column in The New York Times Magazine, starting Feb. 22.

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Men from more gender egalitarian countries like the U.S. are the most likely to feel they are doing an "unfair" amount of housework when they take on a greater share of chores, an Emory-led study finds.

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Engage Emory

Help pick this year’s theme for Staff Fest, which takes place May 15 to thank employees and celebrate the 2014-15 academic year. If your theme is chosen, you’ll win a Staff Fest t-shirt, a $25 gift card to Emory’s Barnes and Noble, and be recognized in Staff Fest promotions. Submit your idea by Friday, Feb. 27.

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