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Wednesday, July 7, 2021
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COMMITMENT
President Fenves responds to racial and social justice advisory committee reports
Emory’s racial and social justice initiatives advance significantly as President Fenves responds to reports issued by the Task Force on Untold Stories and Disenfranchised Populations and the University Committee on Naming Honors.

 

COMMUNICATION
Message from President Fenves: Continuing to examine the Emory story
Last year President Gregory L. Fenves announced steps to examine Emory’s history and reconcile elements of our past with our present mission and values. He updated the Emory community in a message sent June 28.

 

CAPITAL UPDATE
Advocating for our international scholars
Emory continues to advocate for the university’s international scholars, including signing onto an amicus brief in support of F-1 Optional Practical Training that fills a critical role in experiential learning.

COMMUNITY
‘Emory Inspired’: Emory mobilizes COVID-19 vaccinations
Location, convenience, friendly faces: Each of these elements counts a great deal, and Emory Healthcare has carefully seen to those critical details as Emory makes vaccinations as widely available as possible.

 

UNIVERSITY
Search process launched for the next dean of Goizueta Business School
The just-launched search site for the next dean of Goizueta Business School details the Search Advisory Committee members, provides the means to nominate or apply and seeks community input. Watch the site for upcoming town halls and other milestones.

 

HEALTH
The way forward: Preparing for the next pandemic
Emory infectious disease experts and epidemiologists dissect the nation’s COVID-19 response to help fix systemic problems and show how we can be ready for future public health emergencies.

IMPACT
Emory apologizes to doctor who overcame medical school rejection based on race
After a rejection from Emory’s School of Medicine more than 60 years ago because of his race, prominent physician M. Gerald Hood tells his story of resolve and triumph.
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COVID-19 CAMPUS UPDATE
 
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Operating status: Based on current public health and community indicators, Emory moved to green operating status on July 1. Restrictions on gathering size, density and duration have been lifted, but gatherings should still adhere to current Emory health and safety protocols. Masks are still required in all indoor public and common spaces on campus and in Emory facilities, regardless of vaccination status. Learn more at Emory Forward.
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Road closures to impact Eagle Row, Fishburne Drive beginning July 11
Road closures to impact Eagle Row, Fishburne Drive beginning July 11

Alumna to discuss importance of tackling health disparities during July 22 webinar
Alumna to discuss importance of tackling health disparities during July 22 webinar

CDC global health veteran to lead Emory Global Health Institute
CDC global health veteran to lead Emory Global Health Institute

Emory recognizes faculty entrepreneurs for technology and innovation
Emory recognizes faculty entrepreneurs for technology and innovation

Learn the latest about transportation and parking for fall semester
Learn the latest about transportation and parking for fall semester
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