From Emory: Indian poetry is filled with sensual images of jewelry and adornment. Join Emory faculty members Salman Rushdie, Joyce Flueckiger, Deepika Bahri, Laurie Patton, visiting scholar Velcheru Nayarana Rao, and Kuchipudi dancer Sasikala Penumarthi, for an evening of readings and Indian dance. Reception Hall, Level 3, Michael C. Carlos Museum
From the Emory Buddhist Studies Forum: public events in connection with the return visit to Emory of Tenzin Norbu, Master Thangka painter and Dolmakyap Zorgey, Managing Director of Norbulingka Institute, February 27-March 27, 2010. All events take place in the Carlos Museum. Please note that all events are free with the exception of the Thangka Painting Workshop and the Children’s Workshop, both of which require a fee. (The fee for the Thankga Painting Workshop fee will be waived for Emory students.) Registration is by calling 404-727-6118.
High School Students Can Experience College
Contents from the January update:
Druid Hills High Sees Improvements
Obama Appoints Emory President to New Commission
Musical and Visual Artworks Create Fierce Competition
Commit this New Year
Weather Warnings via Phone (Code Red service)
Show Them Your Dance Moves
Meeting Health Care Needs in the Community
Candler and Oxford Gifts Boost Campaign Emory
Give Back This MLK Day
Five Questions: Julie Shaffer
From this page on Marta's site: "The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) and Clifton Corridor Transportation Management Association (CCTMA) have partnered to conduct the Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative - Alternatives Analysis. By performing an Alternatives Analysis, these agencies are entering the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) project development process.