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Photos: Pet Therapy Study Break brings big smiles, wagging tails

More than 200 students turned out Monday for Woodruff Library's fourth annual Pet Therapy Study Break, a chance to relieve the stress of studying for finals. Take your own break to view these adorable dogs and their new friends.

Professor creates free online, interactive epidemiology lessons

Epidemiology professor David Kleinbaum is known for his creativity. He moonlights in a jazz band, sports vibrant Hawaiian shirts, and after almost five decades of teaching, he's still devising new ways to engage students -- including this year's debut of ActivEpi Web.

Winship Cancer Institute's banner year

From the inspirational Winship Win the Fight .5K -- an indoor race for patients held when the main event was rained out -- to helping develop new treatments, Emory's Winship Cancer Institute marks an extraordinary year for patient care and research discoveries.

Emory sports teams wrap up fall season with winning records

All of Emory's fall sports teams posted winning seasons, with several trips to regional and national championship tournaments. Learn more about the latest accomplishments of these scholar-athletes.

The inconvenient truth about the convenience of technology

Staying plugged in has become second nature for millions of people around the world. Goizueta Business School professors and alumni explore whether the convenience provided by everyday technology is too habit-forming for our own good.

Take Note

Campus buildings save energy by turning down heat for holidays

National Academy of Inventors elects Lollar, Mayberg as fellows

Awards presented to committee drafting Emory's new Sustainability Vision

Faculty in the News

David Schweidel
"Encouraging TV binge watching may backfire on advertisers," NPR, Dec. 15

Bali Pulendran and Helder I. Nakaya
"Why flu shot is less effective for elderly," San Diego Union-Tribune, Dec. 15

Nadine Kaslow
"Coping with holiday grief," WAGA-TV, Dec. 14

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Note to readers

Today’s edition concludes Emory Report’s publishing schedule for 2015. To keep up with university happenings, please visit the Emory News Center. Look for the next Emory Report eBulletin on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016, when regular publication resumes. Best wishes for the holidays and the new year!

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