Monthly Archives: June 2015

Jamie Weems: Helping young poets find their ‘Brave New Voices’

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[This article appeared in the Emory Report on June 22.] Jamie Weems doesn’t consider herself a poet. But there are hundreds of them that she’d like you to meet. This summer, Weems is playing a pivotal role in bringing some 600 young poets to Emory for the 2015 Brave New Voices Festival, July 15-18 — four days […]

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Pay attention to the summer construction schedule

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The sounds of summer…from june bugs to mockingbirds to demolitions and building cranes. Summers at Emory are busy, busy, busy with summer conferences staying in the Residence Halls, summers camps at the WoodPec and campus tours abound. Summer construction is also in full swing: new roofs, exterior repairs, street improvements, even a building demolition with […]

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Elizabeth Peele, Systems Librarian, Library Core Systems

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Elizabeth Peele is the new Systems Librarian within the Library Core Systems Team.   Many of you may remember Elizabeth from her time working at the Emory Libraries with her stints in GovDocs and the Beck Center. She is coming to Emory from her most recent position at the UNC Chapel Hill Wilson Library where she […]

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What the Shibboleth?

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In April of 2011, Emory began to use Shibboleth as its Enterprise authentication solution. Since that time, the Emory Login Service (Shibboleth) has authenticated over 11.8 million requests (averaging about 230,000 per month) and has grown to provide authentication services for over 100 distinct service providers both internal and external to Emory. Although the service […]

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Clutter is coming to Office 365

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Do you have lots of unread email in your mailbox? Messages that you like or need to keep, but don’t necessarily need or have time to read? If you are like me, you have too many of these types of messages. As a solution to unwieldy email inboxes, Microsoft introduced a new service for Office 365 this […]

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Mark your calendar: Emory Mobile App Catalog seminar June 29

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A reminder that Stephen Wheat‘s seminars on the new Emory Mobile App Catalog begin on Monday, June 29, in the Goizueta Business School, room 231, at 10:00 AM. To sign up, you must RSVP by contacting Linda Richardson at lrichar [at] emory [dot] edu. Anyone in the Emory community can attend these presentations and see a demo […]

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Gayle Godbee, Service Desk Analyst, Enterprise Applications

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Gayle Godbee has been hired as a Service Desk analyst following a 2014 contract apprenticeship in the same role. Before coming to Emory, Gayle worked for a year as an operations assembler in the data center at Google. She also spent two years as a service desk analyst at Intelliteach. Gayle initially wanted to be […]

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