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Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Atlanta Business Chronicle honors MBA student Willie Sullivan as 'Rising Star'
As momentum around the fight for racial equity began rising last spring, so did ideas of how Goizueta Business School could make a difference. MBA student Willie Sullivan was awarded the Leaders in Corporate Citizenship “Rising Star” Award for creating last month’s John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition.


Emory joins network to prevent sexual harassment in higher education
The National Academies’ Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education has launched a new partner network to engage higher education–focused organizations to share their work on preventing and addressing sexual harassment in the industry.


'First Fridays' series to highlight faculty research on race
A new lecture series showcasing Emory faculty scholarship on race, ethnicity and social justice launches March 5. Faculty members Dianne M. Stewart and Tayari Jones will discuss their research into the Black family and how their work overlaps.


'21-day Compassion Challenge' launches March 6
The Compassion Center at Emory invites people to recognize their capacity for compassion and learn how to practice it each day by participating in a "21-day Compassion Challenge" in March.


Film screening to highlight legacies of civil rights leaders John Lewis, C.T. Vivian
"Art Meets Activism: John Lewis, C.T. Vivian and 'The Baptism,'" a virtual film screening and discussion, is set for March 7 at 3 p.m. to commemorate the 56th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement’s "Bloody Sunday."


Rev. Dr. Barber headlines virtual conference on chaplains’ ‘soul work’
Students, faculty and staff can participate in the March 8-9 “Imagining the Possibilities” conference co-sponsored by Emory with chaplains from diverse religious and spiritual viewpoints engaging pressing topics such as racial justice and LGBTQ inclusion.
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Share your COVID-19 message: Do you have an idea for a message related to COVID-19 that you want to see around campus or on social media? Submit your idea on topics like mask wearing, physical distancing, hand washing and weekly retesting. If your idea is selected, you'll receive a $10 Kaldi's Coffee gift card! Submission form is open until March 12.


Give COVID-19 a one-two punch by voting for Emory in STAT Madness
Emory is competing in STAT Madness, a "March Madness"-style bracket contest for biomedical research. The university has two papers, both of which cover groundbreaking research on COVID-19. Vote for Emory!


Infant mortality consortium, pioneered by Emory-Ethiopia Partnership, receives $4.5 million grant
Emory’s School of Nursing is part of a multinational consortium working to reduce infant mortality in Ethiopia. Saving Little Lives at Birth has also been named the flagship program of the Ethiopian Ministry of Health, an endorsement highlighting the importance of maternal-infant health to Ethiopia’s well-being.


Emory Healthcare, Atlanta Falcons open new sports medicine clinic, research center
Emory Healthcare and the Atlanta Falcons held a ribbon cutting last week, officially opening the doors to a new musculoskeletal and sports medicine clinic, located at the IBM Performance Fields, home of the Atlanta Falcons.
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Stay informed: Emory’s next community update on the COVID-19 vaccine will be Thursday, March 4, at 11:30 a.m. The virtual town hall will feature President Gregory L. Fenves and other presenters. Join the live town hall or watch it later on the COVID-19 vaccine page of the Emory Forward website.
See what's planned for Women's History Month (Emory login required)
See what's planned for Women's History Month (Emory login required)

Emory takes silver in bike-friendly universities ranking
Emory takes silver in bike-friendly universities ranking

Submit your poetry or prose to the 2021 Creative Writing Contest by March 24
Submit your poetry or prose to the 2021 Creative Writing Contest by March 24
Women of Excellence Awards


Women of Excellence Awards
Join this celebration of women who have demonstrated extraordinary dedication to issues that affect women at Emory and in the larger community.
When: March 4, 6:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free; registration required
Facebook Live: "COVID-19: Sports and Events Safety"


Facebook Live: "COVID-19: Sports and Events Safety"
When will it be safe to go to a football game? A concert? Join Carlos del Rio, infectious diseases expert and executive associate dean of the School of Medicine, and public health expert Jodie Guest for a live discussion on COVID-19 safety for sports and events.
When: March 5, 11:00 a.m.
Where: Emory University Facebook Page
Admission: Free
Lecture: "Indigenous Suffragists, the 19th Amendment and the Politics of Self-determination"
When: March 4, 5:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free; registration required
Concert: Emory University Symphony Orchestra
When: March 4, 8:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free
Candler Concert Series: Gabriela Montero, Pianist
When: March 5, 8:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free; registration required
Lecture: "Avatars of Vishnu"
When: March 9, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free; registration required
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