Monthly Archives: November 2018

LITS turns out in record numbers for Town Hall

Despite cold and rainy conditions, the 2018 LITS Town Hall drew 330 attendees, the most ever recorded for a division-wide event. Tull Auditorium was standing-room only as employees flocked to hear about university strategy from Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Dwight A. McBride and Enterprise Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice Provost […]

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Emory Libraries now has a Wikipedian in Residence

Emory Libraries has selected Caroline Scheving (pronounced SKAY-ving) as Emory’s first ever Wikipedian in Residence. Caroline, an art history major with an English minor, doesn’t actually reside in the library (although she might argue that she does because of her coursework). As Wikipedian in Residence, her job is to improve and enhance Wikipedia by using Emory Libraries’ unique […]

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Computing Center hosts clothing swap, supports Emory initiatives

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In mid-October, the Computing Center at Cox Hall hosted X Fast Fashion, a clothing swap, putting the space to use in a new way. The swap supports the university wide initiative Climate@Emory, and a new student group, “./bin.” Clothing was scattered across tables in the Computing Center’s gallery space, ready to be looked through by […]

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Emory benefits enrollment ends Monday, November 12

Held October 29 through November 12, 2018, annual enrollment provides you with an opportunity to review your current benefits and make changes for the upcoming year (January 1 – December 31, 2019). You can select your medical plan and select or make changes to other benefits such as dental, vision, life insurance and more. This […]

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Stephanie Lahr, PeopleSoft Developer III, Enterprise Applications

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Stephanie Lahr is the newest PS Dev III in Enterprise Applications. Prior to coming to Emory, she spent 17 years at Harland Clarke, first as a PS developer and then as an SAP developer. Born and raised in Atlanta, Stephanie also lived in Ft. Worth, TX. She earned her bachelor’s degree in computer science at […]

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LITS recent headlines and upcoming events

Recent LITS headlines: ECDS news: Applications now open for TPC+R graduate student professional development program for Spring 2019 Emory Libraries news: Disjointed: Introductions to “The American Music Show” Emory Libraries news: Meet our 2018-19 Fellow – Andrew Kingston Emory Libraries news: Meet our 2018-19 Fellow – Joshua Fjelstul Emory Libraries news: Meet our 2018-19 Fellow – […]

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Cloud Implementation Migration Project update

As Emory continues to evolve in the ever-changing university computing landscape, cloud computing stands at the forefront of the next era in IT. Emory’s Cloud Implementation Migration Project (CIMP) certainly has IT professionals across campus taking note, with record numbers attending our presentation at the IT Briefing in October. The purpose of this project is to […]

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