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March 17, 2015 |

Creativity illuminated: Marcus Neustetter brings innovative, light-based art exhibits to Emory

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Marcus Neustetter serves as artist-in-residence at the Michael C. Carlos Museum this week, engaging the campus community through a variety of classes and events, including collaborative public "Light Experiments" Friday evening on the Quad.

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Bobby Jones Scholars announced for 2015-16 academic year

Therapeutic massage may help reduce cancer fatigue

Infectious diseases put chimpanzee population at risk, study finds

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Four Emory students will spend a year studying in Scotland at the University of St. Andrews through the 2015-16 Robert T. Jones Jr. Scholarships, which honor the famed golfer and Emory alumnus.

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In a continuation of clinical trials related to the biological benefits of massage therapy, Emory researchers are studying how massage may help reduce fatigue in breast cancer patients.

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Emory disease ecologists find that cross-species transmission of a parasite from humans to the endangered chimpanzees of Gombe Stream National Park poses risks for wildlife conservation efforts.

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Engage Emory

Daniel Roumain, composer and violinist, returns to Emory for the world premiere of "Anacaona: The Golden Flower Songs." The composition was commissioned by Emory as part of the Creation Stories Project. The concert is set for Friday, March 20, at 8 p.m. at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. For ticket information, visit

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