Monthly Archives: June 2014

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week –June 26

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 26 Double click to enlarge photos   (No pictures next week, due to the 4th of July holiday) Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2…

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 19

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 19 Double click to enlarge photos Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2 renovation to foster group collaboration, enhance mobile device use

Woodruff Library Building: Pictures of the Week – June 12

  Related Links: MARBL’s major renovation is planned for completion in fall 2015. To follow the progress, please see the MARBL renovation page. Summer projects: Woodruff Library’s level 2 renovation to foster group collaboration, enhance mobile device use

Faculty report from the Society of Woman Geographers (SWG) Triennial

The Society of Woman Geographers (SWG) was founded in 1925 in order to gather and support women undertaking significant international exploration and research.  Among its distinguished members have been a number of accomplished women, including aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, anthropologist Margaret Mead, paleontologist Mary Douglas Leakey, and primatologist Jane Goodall.  Now headquartered on Capitol Hill…

Little Green Books!!

Most social scientists are already familiar with the Sage “Little Green Books” methodological series (now at almost 200 volumes). For print copies, use the following search terms in DiscoverE (http://discovere.emory.edu): “quantitative applications in the social sciences” (there will also be a link to the online copy).   However, these short method reviews are also available via…