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March 5, 2015 |

Rushdie celebrated for bringing an intriguing, inspirational voice to classroom discussions

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As author Salman Rushdie concludes his role as University Distinguished Professor, it is his warm, generous classroom presence that many will remember most fondly.

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Free, online Ebola course offers a broad look at the epidemic

Psychologist examines why debunked autism treatment fads persist

'Prophetic Voices' conference considers future of theology

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To share Emory's knowledge about Ebola and help dispel myths and anxiety, professors Carlos del Rio and Dabney Evans are offering a free, six-week online Coursera class on "Ebola: An Evolving Epidemic."

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Emory psychologist Scott Lilienfeld explores the persistence of autism treatments that have been proven ineffective, such as facilitated communication, and the need for better public education about them.

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Pulitzer-winning author Marilynne Robinson and other renowned theologians will gather at Emory's Candler School of Theology from March 18-20 to consider pressing theological issues facing the world.

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Engage Emory

Watch a convenient webinar to find out how to buy healthy foods at the grocery store while staying on budget. Broadcast March 10 from 3-3:30 p.m., this online information will be repeated two more times at different times of day. Register by March 8. For more information, contact the Faculty Staff Assistance Program via email or call 404-727-4328.

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