Fall 2011 - Women's News & Narratives

Emory Tackles Violence against Women with a New Undergraduate Course


"Though an abundantly skilled clinician with much to say on the subject of stopping men’s violence against women, Ulester Douglas, the associate director of Men Stopping Violence (MSV)—an Atlanta-based nonprofit—can boil it down."  

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In this issue:

Where Emory Is Regarding Gender-Related Policies

The Power of Women's Networks

Proactive Prevention: New coordinator hopes to stop student violence before it happens

Donor Spotlight: Mary Lynn Morgan blazed paths as dentist, advocate, trustee

Champion for Change Sheryl Heron

Under Secretary Hagen Discusses Food Safety at Emory

 



   
From the Director
 


Dona Yarbrough“As I begin my fourth year at Emory, I can’t help but be thrilled by what we have accomplished and awed by our future plans. And by “we,” I mean all of us who care about gender equity, women’s lives, and making positive changes in our communities.  ”    Read more...

 
   

   
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