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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge Kickoff Day of Compassion Event: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge Kickoff Day of Compassion Event: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge Kickoff Day of Compassion Event: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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09:30AM 11:00AM IPRCE Falls Prevention TF meeting: Department / Organization: Center for Injury ControlCost: Free + <a href="https://emorymedicine.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3xWQ2VZlTBWZy4t" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="https://emo Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:00PM LISTEN CLOSELY: Rethinking How We Hear Greatness in Popular Music: University Event Topic: HumanitiesSchool: Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Fox Center for Humanistic InquiryMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Fox Center for Humanistic InquirySpeaker/Presenter: Bryd McDaniel, Fox Center Postdoc Fellow & EthnomusicologistEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeContact Name: Fox Center for Humanistic InquiryContact Email: foxcenter@emory.eduWhat makes music great? Many of us would answer this question differently. Some of us may feel that greatness in music can be found in the combination of sounds in a song. Others may point to the stories behind the music. Some of us may feel that a personal connection makes music powerful. For the rest of us, maybe the best music moves our bodies. Our seminar will explore why people have such different answers to this question, by focusing on the act of listening itself. We will consider the many ways we can listen to music. By dwelling on popular music in particular, we will spend our five sessions exploring five themes: Community, Stillness, Dancing, Interactivity, and Spirituality. These themes will help us pay attention to different dimensions of listening. We will think about listening as connected to race, gender, sexuality, class, and disability. We will consider what makes listening different from other senses. And we will become attentive to our listening habits, recognizing how things like systemic oppression, privilege, and bodily abilities come into play. As a popular music scholar, I will guide us through our five hour-long sessions. Each of our online gatherings will consist of a twenty-five-minute presentation followed by a guided community discussion, in which I invite you to share and reflect on your own experiences as a listener.This seminar will be moderated by ethnomusicologist Byrd McDaniel, Fox Center Postdoctoral Fellow, and will meet via Zoom from 12pm-1pm on the following five Tuesdays during the 2021 spring semester: March 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30. Participation is limited, and reservations are required. The Zoom meeting link will be sent via email the day before each session date. Everyone from the Atlanta community is welcome and invited to join us for this free seminar. For further information and to reserve a spot on a “first-come basis,” email the Fox Center at foxcenter@emory.edu. We are grateful to the National Endowment for the Humanities for their support of this program. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these seminars do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. + via Zoom Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:00PM LISTEN CLOSELY: Rethinking How We Hear Greatness in Popular Music: University Event Topic: HumanitiesSchool: Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Fox Center for Humanistic InquiryMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Fox Center for Humanistic InquirySpeaker/Presenter: Bryd McDaniel, Fox Center Postdoc Fellow & EthnomusicologistEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeContact Name: Fox Center for Humanistic InquiryContact Email: foxcenter@emory.eduWhat makes music great? Many of us would answer this question differently. Some of us may feel that greatness in music can be found in the combination of sounds in a song. Others may point to the stories behind the music. Some of us may feel that a personal connection makes music powerful. For the rest of us, maybe the best music moves our bodies. Our seminar will explore why people have such different answers to this question, by focusing on the act of listening itself. We will consider the many ways we can listen to music. By dwelling on popular music in particular, we will spend our five sessions exploring five themes: Community, Stillness, Dancing, Interactivity, and Spirituality. These themes will help us pay attention to different dimensions of listening. We will think about listening as connected to race, gender, sexuality, class, and disability. We will consider what makes listening different from other senses. And we will become attentive to our listening habits, recognizing how things like systemic oppression, privilege, and bodily abilities come into play. As a popular music scholar, I will guide us through our five hour-long sessions. Each of our online gatherings will consist of a twenty-five-minute presentation followed by a guided community discussion, in which I invite you to share and reflect on your own experiences as a listener.This seminar will be moderated by ethnomusicologist Byrd McDaniel, Fox Center Postdoctoral Fellow, and will meet via Zoom from 12pm-1pm on the following five Tuesdays during the 2021 spring semester: March 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30. Participation is limited, and reservations are required. The Zoom meeting link will be sent via email the day before each session date. Everyone from the Atlanta community is welcome and invited to join us for this free seminar. For further information and to reserve a spot on a “first-come basis,” email the Fox Center at foxcenter@emory.edu. We are grateful to the National Endowment for the Humanities for their support of this program. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these seminars do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. + via Zoom Campus Events
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04:00PM 05:00PM Emory Climate Talks - Conversation with Professor Talea Mayo: University Event Topic: Academics,Alumni,Campus Life & Student Orgs,College,Community,Diversity,Faculty,Lectures & Meetings,Research,Science,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory University,Emory College,Oxford College,School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Environmental SciencesMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Climate TalksSpeaker/Presenter: Professor Talea MayoEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,AlumniCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMpfuuhrDMtHNZUBfMwfzFcVec6PMr0PaqQContact Name: Leah ThomasContact Email: leah.thomas@emory.eduLink: https://climatetalks.emorydomains.org/webinars/Professor Mayo is a computational mathematician with expertise in the development and application of numerical hydrodynamic models for coastal hazards. She specializes in hurricane storm surge model development and applications, including the investigation of climate change impacts on coastal flood risk and data assimilation methods for state and parameter estimation. She recently expanded her work to include wave energy conversion and its impacts on coastal erosion. Professor Mayo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Emory University, and was awarded the Early-Career Research Fellowship by the National Academies of Sciences Gulf Research Program and the Early Career Faculty Innovator Award by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. She is a fierce advocate of accessible, inclusive science and education of all people. + via Zoom Campus Events
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04:00PM 05:00PM Emory Climate Talks - Conversation with Professor Talea Mayo: University Event Topic: Academics,Alumni,Campus Life & Student Orgs,College,Community,Diversity,Faculty,Lectures & Meetings,Research,Science,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory University,Emory College,Oxford College,School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Environmental SciencesMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Climate TalksSpeaker/Presenter: Professor Talea MayoEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,AlumniCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMpfuuhrDMtHNZUBfMwfzFcVec6PMr0PaqQContact Name: Leah ThomasContact Email: leah.thomas@emory.eduLink: https://climatetalks.emorydomains.org/webinars/Professor Mayo is a computational mathematician with expertise in the development and application of numerical hydrodynamic models for coastal hazards. She specializes in hurricane storm surge model development and applications, including the investigation of climate change impacts on coastal flood risk and data assimilation methods for state and parameter estimation. She recently expanded her work to include wave energy conversion and its impacts on coastal erosion. Professor Mayo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Emory University, and was awarded the Early-Career Research Fellowship by the National Academies of Sciences Gulf Research Program and the Early Career Faculty Innovator Award by the National Center for Atmospheric Research. She is a fierce advocate of accessible, inclusive science and education of all people. + via Zoom Campus Events
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