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Make sure you are prepared for campus emergencies

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Find out what you should do to be ready for different types of emergencies that could occur on campus.

Rare book may be Shakespeare's dictionary

Emory alumnus Daniel Wechsler and a colleague bought a 16th-century dictionary on eBay in 2008, intrigued by its handwritten annotations. After years of study, they announced a bold hypothesis: The book belonged to William Shakespeare, and those are his notes throughout.

Biophysicists move forward in quest for 'robot scientist'

Led by Ilya Nemenman, an Emory professor of biology and physics, researchers have taken a small step toward an automated method to infer models describing a system's dynamics -- a so-called robot scientist. Learn more about the implications.

Hear Emory experts discuss 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'

As the Alliance Theatre presents "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," faculty from the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences will host free discussions after most performances. The play runs through Sept. 20.

Wood from Emory's oldest academic building finds new life at Oxford

A salvaged beam from Phi Gamma Hall, built in 1851 on Emory's Oxford campus, becomes a new communion table for the chapel through the talent of Oxford College Dean Stephen Bowen, an accomplished woodworker.

Take Note

Deadline nears for Move More Challenge registration

New veterans program offers comprehensive clinical care

'Art: Making and Doing' colloquium explores music, film, philosophy

Emory Saint Joseph's employees support community partner with $22,000 donation

Faculty in the News

Deborah Lipstadt
"Timothy Snyder's 'Black Earth' puts Holocaust, and himself, in spotlight," New York Times, Sept. 7

Michael Kang
"Trump signs GOP pledge of loyalty," Los Angeles Times, Sept. 3

Mike Lewis
"How the NFL made itself a year-round sport," NPR, Sept. 2

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Don't forget! If you have an Emory University NetID and an email address ending in, you must change your password by Wednesday or you will be locked out of most Emory IT resources — including email and other crucial services. Follow these online steps, check with your local IT support staff, or call the IT support line at 404-727-7777.

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