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12:00PM 01:00PM Crisis and Creativity: Stories of Ingenuity from the Emory Libraries: University Event Topic: Academics,Alumni,College,Community,Diversity,Faculty,Graduate,HealthDepartment / Organization: Emory Libraries,Rose LibraryEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://securelb.imodules.com/s/1705/alumni/index3.aspx?sid=1705&gid=3&pgid=12677&cid=19696Contact Email: libraryevents@emory.eduLink: http://emorylib.info/CrisisandCreativityIn early March, the COVID-19 pandemic suddenly changed everything – the way we work, socialize, learn, and live. Emory Libraries changed from in-person services, events, and exhibits to a virtual environment. Within weeks, staff members completely transformed their way of thinking and working.Then came the shocking incidents of racial injustice that added to the heartbreak so many were already experiencing. Equipped with rich collection resources and a stellar DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) Committee, Emory Libraries resolved to come together and combat racism as a community.Grab your lunch and join us for this virtual event on October 6 at 12 p.m. to hear more about how Emory Libraries showed resilience and responsiveness during these challenging times. From some of our various divisions, you’ll hear how we helped students, faculty, and other scholars continue their research; created face shields on 3-D printers for healthcare workers; launched our Digital Library Program with searchable digitized collections; moved our physical exhibits online; started to address social justice issues in our collections, and other stories of creativity in order to serve our patrons during this time of crisis. Please register at the weblink provided.WEBLINK http://emorylib.info/CrisisandCreativity + online - Zoom Campus Events
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02:00PM 03:15PM Emory BrainTalk Live: University Event Topic: Academic Calendar,Academics,Alumni,Community,Faculty,Graduate,Health,Lectures & Meetings,Medicine,Nursing,Public Health,Research,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory University,Emory College,Graduate School,School of Business,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Administration,Alzheimer's Disease Research Center,Atlanta Area Assoc of Clinical Research Professionals,Atlanta Chapter for Neuroscience,Center for Behavioral Neuroscience,Center for Neurodegenerative Disease,Center for Public Health Communication,Center for Rehabilitation Medicine,Center for Research and Complementary & Alternative Medicine in Neurodegenerative Diseases,Center for Science Education,Center for Teaching and Curriculum,Center for the Study of Public Scholarship,Center for Women,Civic and Community Engagement,Dept of Medicine,Dept of Rehabilitation Medicine,Division of Educational Studies,Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology,Division of Medical Genetics,Emory Center for Health and Aging,Emory Center for Outcomes Research,Emory Health Care Marketing,Emory University Program in Science and Society,Emory University Student Health Service,General Clinical Research Center,Graduate Program in Neuroscience,Graduate Program in Population Biology Ecology and Evolution,Graduate School,Health Connections,Health Sciences Center Library,Health Sciences Communications,History of Medicine Group at Emory University,Human Health (Center for the Study of),National Scholarships & Fellowships Program,Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing,Neurology,Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology,Office of Research Administration,Office of University Events,Program in Science & Society,Psychiatry,Psychology Department,Rollins School of Public Health,School of Medicine,Sociology Department,Undergraduate Research Programs,University Communications & Marketing,University Research Committee,Vascular Biology,Wesley Woods,Woodruff Library,Yerkes National Primate Research CenterMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Goizueta Alzheimer's Disease Research CenterCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-mhzOGFFSCuhQFx_TUtwMwContact Name: Cornelya DorbinContact Email: cdorbin@emory.eduLink: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-mhzOGFFSCuhQFx_TUtwMwWeekly webinar featuring faculty, staff and resources to promote Brain Health for adults. + Via Zoom Campus Events
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02:00PM 03:15PM Emory BrainTalk Live: University Event Topic: Academic Calendar,Academics,Alumni,Community,Faculty,Graduate,Health,Lectures & Meetings,Medicine,Nursing,Public Health,Research,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory University,Emory College,Graduate School,School of Business,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Administration,Alzheimer's Disease Research Center,Atlanta Area Assoc of Clinical Research Professionals,Atlanta Chapter for Neuroscience,Center for Behavioral Neuroscience,Center for Neurodegenerative Disease,Center for Public Health Communication,Center for Rehabilitation Medicine,Center for Research and Complementary & Alternative Medicine in Neurodegenerative Diseases,Center for Science Education,Center for Teaching and Curriculum,Center for the Study of Public Scholarship,Center for Women,Civic and Community Engagement,Dept of Medicine,Dept of Rehabilitation Medicine,Division of Educational Studies,Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology,Division of Medical Genetics,Emory Center for Health and Aging,Emory Center for Outcomes Research,Emory Health Care Marketing,Emory University Program in Science and Society,Emory University Student Health Service,General Clinical Research Center,Graduate Program in Neuroscience,Graduate Program in Population Biology Ecology and Evolution,Graduate School,Health Connections,Health Sciences Center Library,Health Sciences Communications,History of Medicine Group at Emory University,Human Health (Center for the Study of),National Scholarships & Fellowships Program,Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing,Neurology,Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology,Office of Research Administration,Office of University Events,Program in Science & Society,Psychiatry,Psychology Department,Rollins School of Public Health,School of Medicine,Sociology Department,Undergraduate Research Programs,University Communications & Marketing,University Research Committee,Vascular Biology,Wesley Woods,Woodruff Library,Yerkes National Primate Research CenterMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Goizueta Alzheimer's Disease Research CenterCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-mhzOGFFSCuhQFx_TUtwMwContact Name: Cornelya DorbinContact Email: cdorbin@emory.eduLink: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-mhzOGFFSCuhQFx_TUtwMwWeekly webinar featuring faculty, staff and resources to promote Brain Health for adults. + Via Zoom Campus Events
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07:30PM 08:25PM Emory Career Discovery Days Orientation #2: Department / Organization: Career CenterUniversity Event Topic: Career DevelopmentCost: FreeContact Name: Laura GarciaContact Email: laura.garcia2@emory.eduContact Phone: 404-727-6211Link: https://emory.joinhandshake.com/events/554658***************You must register for this session***************Register here- emory.zoom.us…Career Discovery Days are designed to help Emory students learn what “it is really like” to work in a particular job, industry or organization by providing you the opportunity to meet with a professional in a career of interest to you. This will be a great way for you to explore various career options and build professional connections.There are two Career Discovery Day Programs:1. Individual/Small Group Shadowing (1-3 students)2. Employer Open Houses (date pre-scheduled by employer to host 4 or more students)--->students may participate in BOTH an Employer Open House and Individual/Small Group shadowing each semester; no more than 1 individual/small group or 1 open house each roundLENGTH OF SHADOWING1-3 Hours***PLEASE RSVP BY CLICKING JOIN EVENT. Students who want to participate in Career Discovery Days MUST participate in 1 of the mandatory orientation sessions.***Why should I participate?Your experience may further confirm your interest in pursuing a career in a similar industry, or it may steer you into a new career direction completely. It may also help you to decide whether or not a career may be a good fit for you based on your interests, skills and abilities. Ultimately, this program will help you gain exposure to things you cannot learn online. Plus, it's only 1 day!How does this work?****Students must attend a mandatory one hour orientation session**** and fill out an application to participate. Once you submit your application and you are matched with a host, you are required to participate in the program. Once the matches have been made, you will be notified by an Emory representative of your host match. Students are expected to complete the shadowing experience anytime after the match is made until the first day of class in January 2021 unless a date has already been set by the host.Where can I participate?All shadowing will be virtual this fall. + Virtual Campus Events
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07:30PM 07:30PM Southern Circuit Film Screening: Hurdle: School: Oxford CollegeDepartment / Organization: Oxford CollegeCost: FreeContact Name: Brenna ValentineContact Email: brenna.a.valentine@emory.eduSouth Arts invites Oxford students, faculty, and staff to join them for Southern Circuit virtual screenings. Stream powerful independent films followed by conversation with the filmmakers.  Join us for a virtual screening of the film Hurdle, followed by a Q&A with director, producer, cinematographer, and editor Michael Rowley. This is an Oxford Studies event.Play trailer.Hurdle reveals a riveting story emerging from Palestinian youth living under Israeli military occupation. The new generation responds to a world of walls, checkpoints and arrests in an unexpected and inspiring way. Hurdle’s protagonists, Sami and Mohammad, begin teaching the creative practices of parkour and photography, respectively, to the youth of their communities as a means to overcome the personal and political obstacles that often feel inescapable. Parkour is the sport of moving rapidly through an urban environment while negotiating obstacles by running, jumping, and climbing. By developing their skills in photography and storytelling, they are able to document daily life in the camp and broadcast their stories beyond the walls that keep them static. With shocking visuals of military incursions into the camp, the cameras in the hands of youth become tools of response to the violence and loss of innocence they must faceContent will go live on October 6 at 7:30 p.m. EDT. Watch film. Viewers may start the film up to one hour after the time listed. A recording of the film and Q&A will be rescreened on October 11 at 4:00 p.m. EDT.Oxford is one of the hosts of the 2020-21 Southern Circuit tour of independent films. An initiative of the Atlanta-based arts organization South Arts, Southern Circuit brings the best of independent film to communities across the South.This is an Oxford Studies event. + Virtual Screening Campus Events
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