We’re hiring a new Collections Manager at Emory Herbarium! Please apply online to the Emory jobs website. The full posting is available at the Emory Careers page: http://www.hr.emory.edu/eu/careers/ and search using posting ID: 53292BR
We had a great time at Fernbank Museum of Natural History for the Herbarium Outreach event and lecture today! Click HERE to view photos from the event on Facebook.
A blog writeup on the lecture “Deadly cures: Medical discoveries from poisonous plants” was posted on Destination Health EU, and is available HERE.
Deadly Cures: Medical Discoveries from Poisonous Plants
Emory Herbarium Curator, Dr. Quave, will be giving a special free public lecture “Deadly Cures: Medical Discoveries from Poisonous Plants” on March 1st at 4 pm at Fernbank Museum of Natural History. We’ll also have an educational outreach event before the talk, with displays from the Emory University Herbarium and hands-on activities for kids! Space is limited – reserve your free tickets now at 404.929.6400.
Visit this link to see the full event description: https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/calendar-of-events/special-lecture-deadly-cures/
We are very excited to announce that the Emory University Herbarium will be participating in the Atlanta Science Festival Exploration Expo in March! Our science topic this year is:
“What’s That Smell? Plant chemistry in our food, perfume, and medicine”
Did you know that plants make chemicals that give them their own special smell? Come learn about how we use these plant chemicals every day in our food, perfume, and medicine!
Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 28th, 2015 from 11am-4pm at Centennial Olympic Park. Learn more about the Atlanta Science Festival Expo here: http://atlantasciencefestival.org/expo We hope to see you there!
We are excited to announce the launch of the Emory University Herbarium’s (GEO) updated website! The new site features useful information about the GEO’s history and future directions, how to access the GEO resources, how to contribute to the herbarium, and much more. Please help us to get the word out by sharing the news with your colleagues or peers that may have an interest in learning more about the collection.