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A day in the life of Emory's first therapy dog

Her schedule sounds like many other university employees: She sees clients, goes to meetings, attends events and likes to walk in Lullwater Preserve. But Beowulf is no ordinary staff member. Get to know Emory's first full-time therapy dog and find out where you can meet her on campus.

Winship key to four new myeloma drugs this year

Today's FDA approval of elotuzumab as part of an innovative immune-based treatment for relapsed multiple myeloma marks the third myeloma drug approved by the FDA in the last month and the fourth in the last year -- all tested in clinical trials at Emory's Winship Cancer Institute.

December: 10 things to do for $10 or less

Basketball season is already underway, and catching a home game is just one of the many fun things to do on this month's calendar. From holiday celebrations to opportunities to relieve end-of-semester stress, check out these entertaining, inexpensive campus events.

New benefit helps with emergency back-up care for children, adults

Beginning Jan. 1, Emory faculty and staff, as well as Laney Graduate School students, will have access to temporary services when a breakdown occurs in childcare or elder/adult care routines. Overview sessions begin this week; pre-registration for back-up care starts Dec. 15.

T.S. Eliot prose volume wins Modernist Studies Association prize

After decades of literary scholarship, English professor emeritus Ron Schuchard is bringing the complete prose of acclaimed writer T.S. Eliot to the world. Honoring the second volume, the Modernist Studies Association praised the project as "a major achievement and an indispensable archive."

Take Note

President Wagner issues statement of commitment to diversity and inclusivity

Emory University board appoints trustees to executive committee

AntiquiTEA explores U.S. military conflicts with Native Americans

Reminder: Thursday panel discussion on race, policing and social justice

Faculty in the News

Carlos del Rio
"How close are we to a cure for HIV/AIDS?," CBS News, Dec. 1

Alan Abramowitz
"Election forecaster: Trump might win GOP nomination," CNN, Nov. 29

Polly Price
"ACLU says blocking Syrian refugees violates Constitution," WABE-FM, Nov. 24

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