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12:30PM 01:30PM Renting In New York: A Practical Guide Seminar + Q&A: MOVING TO NEW YORK CITY AFTER GRADUATION? Learn More About The NYC Apartment Hunting Process! Dinner will be served! > RSVP: CooperCooper.com/Emory TOPICS INCLUDE: > Starting Your Search > Neighborhoods & Subways > Apartment Shapes & Sizes > The Application Process > Paperwork Requirements > Income & Credit Guidelines > The Real Estate Market ABOUT THE PARTNERS: Mr. Jeremy Cooper, Partner: Prior to co-founding Cooper & Cooper, Jeremy served as a Senior Associate in the Investment Banking Division at Banc of America Securities. He executed many billion dollar transactions in mergers & acquisitions, equity offerings and debt financings in the insurance sector. Jeremy worked as an on-air television meteorologist for years at ABC, FOX, and NBC affiliates. He holds degrees from Northwestern University (Environmental Science), Penn State (Meteorology), and Columbia Business School (MBA – Finance). Mr. Jordan Cooper, Partner: Jordan was a Top Producer at a large real estate firm for several years prior to co-founding Cooper & Cooper with his brother, Jeremy. Jordan served as an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Financial Institutions Group. His deal experience includes several high-profile transactions, most notably the $3 billion demutualization & IPO of Prudential Insurance, and the $30 billion acquisition of Associates First Capital by Citigroup. Jordan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harvard University with a degree in Economics. ABOUT THE FIRM: Cooper & Cooper is a premier residential real estate brokerage firm based in Manhattan, transacting apartment rentals and sales. As former investment bankers (Goldman Sachs, Bank of America) and college grads (Harvard, Northwestern, Columbia MBA), we understand the needs of transitioning undergraduate and graduate students. We work with nearly every major landlord, building and apartment throughout NYC – Uptown, Downtown, East Side and West Side. At Cooper & Cooper, our clients come first. We pride ourselves in providing the highest level of professionalism and service. Our associates are always accessible via smart phone, and are extremely knowledgeable, intelligent, courteous, honest, financially savvy and on-point. With a firm grasp on the latest apartment availabilities city-wide, we match your needs to the appropriate product in an efficient and thoughtful manner. Our mission is to make the entire experience as smooth and stress-free as possible. Whether you are renting an apartment or purchasing a new home, we are at your service. HELPFUL LINKS: > Our Team Of Associates: CooperCooper.com/Associates > Search Rentals: CooperCooper.com/SearchRentals > Search Sales: CooperCooper.com/SearchSales > Rental FAQs: CooperCooper.com/RentalFAQs CONTACT US: > Main Office: 212-864-4555 > Website: www.CooperCooper.com > Email: info@coopercooper.com + None Campus Events
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06:30PM 08:00PM One Hundred Years of Shakespeare in Atlanta: University Event Topic: Humanities School: Emory College Department/Organization: Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: Georgia Humanities and The Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Speaker/Presenter: Professor Patricia Cahill Cost: Free and Open to the Public Contact Name: Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Contact Email: foxcenter@emory.edu Link: www.fchi.emory.edu ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SHAKESPEARE IN ATLANTA (begins Feb. 2, 2017) As a sequel to Emory’s recent celebration of Shakespeare's four-hundred-year legacy, this seminar invites participants to contemplate how Shakespeare has been studied, performed, and celebrated in Atlanta in the past century, focusing especially on race, gender, and class as crucial tools for making sense of this history. Our initial sessions will be devoted to some little-known female pioneers of Shakespeare pedagogy and performance in the separate and unequal worlds of the Jim Crow South. Moving forward chronologically, we’ll then reflect on Othello as a potent signifier of race relations in modern-day Atlanta, exploring a popular 1979 performance at the Alliance Theatre as well as a 2003 Othello-related glass installation on view at the High Museum. In our last session, we will turn to the fascinating genesis of the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse and the Atlanta Shakespeare Company’s ongoing role in bringing Shakespeare performance into our under-resourced public schools. Having begun to take stock of this rich and complicated history, we’ll end by thinking together about what Shakespeare means–and might mean–in Atlanta today. This seminar will be moderated by Patricia Cahill, Associate Professor of English at Emory University, with guest lecturers Keith Botelho (Kennesaw State) and Laura Cole (Atlanta Shakespeare Company). It will meet for four consecutive Thursday sessions from 6:30pm-8pm on February 2, 9, 16, and 23 at Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Seating is limited and must be reserved in advance. For further information or to reserve seating, please email the Fox Center at foxcenter@emory.edu, or call 404.727.6424. We are grateful to Georgia Humanities for its support of this program. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these seminars do not necessarily reflect those of Georgia Humanities. + The Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Campus Events
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06:30PM 08:00PM One Hundred Years of Shakespeare in Atlanta: University Event Topic: Humanities School: Emory College Department/Organization: Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: Georgia Humanities and The Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Speaker/Presenter: Professor Patricia Cahill Cost: Free and Open to the Public Contact Name: Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Contact Email: foxcenter@emory.edu Link: www.fchi.emory.edu ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SHAKESPEARE IN ATLANTA (begins Feb. 2, 2017) As a sequel to Emory’s recent celebration of Shakespeare's four-hundred-year legacy, this seminar invites participants to contemplate how Shakespeare has been studied, performed, and celebrated in Atlanta in the past century, focusing especially on race, gender, and class as crucial tools for making sense of this history. Our initial sessions will be devoted to some little-known female pioneers of Shakespeare pedagogy and performance in the separate and unequal worlds of the Jim Crow South. Moving forward chronologically, we’ll then reflect on Othello as a potent signifier of race relations in modern-day Atlanta, exploring a popular 1979 performance at the Alliance Theatre as well as a 2003 Othello-related glass installation on view at the High Museum. In our last session, we will turn to the fascinating genesis of the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse and the Atlanta Shakespeare Company’s ongoing role in bringing Shakespeare performance into our under-resourced public schools. Having begun to take stock of this rich and complicated history, we’ll end by thinking together about what Shakespeare means–and might mean–in Atlanta today. This seminar will be moderated by Patricia Cahill, Associate Professor of English at Emory University, with guest lecturers Keith Botelho (Kennesaw State) and Laura Cole (Atlanta Shakespeare Company). It will meet for four consecutive Thursday sessions from 6:30pm-8pm on February 2, 9, 16, and 23 at Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Seating is limited and must be reserved in advance. For further information or to reserve seating, please email the Fox Center at foxcenter@emory.edu, or call 404.727.6424. We are grateful to Georgia Humanities for its support of this program. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these seminars do not necessarily reflect those of Georgia Humanities. + The Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry Campus Events
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07:30PM 07:30PM Lecture: Cooking Data: Politics and Culture in an African Research World by Crystal Biruk: School: Oxford College Department/Organization: Oxford College Building/Room: Williams Hall (Oxford) Speaker/Presenter: Crystal Biruk Cost: Free Contact Name: Danielle Dockery Contact Email: danielle.dockery@emory.edu Crystal Biruk is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Oberlin College in Ohio. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Bryn Mawr College and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. Her research centers on the ethics and politics of intervention in the global South. She takes interest in how the growing presence of humanitarian, development, and scientific projects in sub-Saharan Africa reconfigures local social geographies, producing new kinds of status, mobility, expertise, and exclusions.  Biruk is working on a book titled Cooking Data: Politics and Culture in an African Research World that explores how the commodification of health-related data intersects local social worlds, producing new political subjectivities and modes of governance. Cooking Data draws on 18 months of ethnography in Malawi to tell the life story of data itself, tracking its transformation from pencil marks on a survey page into the statistics consumed by policy makers, researchers, and the public. The book uncovers hidden relationships between the knowledge work that produces data and its value to various audiences. She analyzes the consequences and contradictions of accumulative "giving and taking"—of information, blood tests, informed consent, and so on—in survey research encounters between "insiders" and "outsiders" in Malawi. She also shows how research projects that return to Malawi to collect data year after year become important sites of social mobility for the young Malawians they hire as fieldwork supervisors and data collectors. Biruk is engaged in a second project that takes interest in the emergence of same-sex identities and activism in Malawi, with particular focus on how 'lesbians' and 'gays' in Malawi come to occupy, perform, and know their vulnerability in the context of transnationally circulating LGBT-rights frames and language amid the AIDS epidemic. Alongside this project, she is working with a Malawian NGO to produce a book of Malawian lesbian life histories. This is an Oxford Studies event. + Oxford College Campus Events
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