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    • Group 5 members: Vafa Gasimova, Eric Hopfensperger, Tomeco Hubbard, Henry Salley, Camelia Sanderlin
      • Chartered: 1836 in Oxford, Georgia
      • Opened: September 17, 1838
      • Methodist institution
      • Named after Methodist Bishop John Emory
      • Moved: September 1914 to Atlanta when offered land and money by then-president of the Coca-Cola Company (Asa Candler)
      • November 1979: Robert and George Woodruff transferred Emory $105
      • million in Coca-Cola stock and boosted
      • the university into the top ranks of
      • research universities
    • Vision: Emory: A destination university internationally recognized as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community, whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. Mission: Create, preserve, teach and apply knowledge in the services of humanity
      • U.S. News & World Report – No. 20 among national universities (2011 edition);
      • Kiplinger's Personal Finance - No. 15 for best values among private universities (2010-11);
      • 61st among the world’s top 200 universities based on teaching, research, citations, industry income and the international mix of students by The 2010 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings;
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      • Emory Campus in Atlanta
        • Emory College
          • Liberal arts
        • Goizueta Business School
        • Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
        • Located in Atlanta, GA
        • 5,325 students in attendance
        • 578 faculty members
      • Oxford College
        • 2-year college
        • Located in Oxford, GA
        • 906 students in attendance
        • 56 faculty members
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      • Goizueta Business School
      • Laney School of Graduate Studies
      • School of Law
      • School of Medicine
      • Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
      • Rollins School of Public Health
      • Candler School of Theology
      James T. Laney
      • Financial Aid
      • Dining
      • Housing
      • Athletics
      • Volunteering Emory
      • Fraternities and Sororities
      • Disability Services
      For More Information on Oxford College Click any link for more information
      • Religious Life
      • Health and Safety Services
      • International Students
      • Counseling Services
      • Career Center
      • Special Populations
        • LGBT and Multicultural programs
      Click any link for more information
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    • “ Faculty members are a central and essential resource for achieving our vision of an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse intellectual community. Through teaching, research, and service, scholars and teachers of all ranks and disciplines leave an enduring imprint on those whose lives the university touches. To strengthen faculty distinction, Emory must invest in and grow its faculty from within.” (Emory.edu, 2010)
    • Link for Emory Organizational Chart
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      • University Senate
        • Comprised of faculty, staff and students
        • Considers and makes recommendations regarding all matters of general University interest, including matters referred to it by the President or Board of Trustees
        • Reviews all new policies and changes to existing policies
        • Submits recommendations to the President on any matter affecting the interests of the University
        • Makes recommendations regarding Honorary Degree recipients
      • University Faculty Council
        • Includes elected and appointed faculty members representing all of the schools and colleges
        • serves as the chief representative body of the faculty.
        • Considers and makes recommendations to the president concerning the academic affairs of the university
        • Reviews all changes in existing policies or the establishment of new policies related to matters of general interest to the University faculty
        • Monitors and reviews the terms and conditions of faculty employment, the state of facilities, policies that affect scholarship and teaching, budgetary commitments, general financial condition of the University, and relationship between faculty and administration
      • Emory Employee Council
        • facilitates communication between Emory employees and university administration and serves as an advisory body to the president.
        • represents the perspective of employees to the administration (recommending change when appropriate), facilitates communication between the administration and employees at all organizational levels regarding university policies, practices, and programs and fosters closer working relationships between organizational areas and groups of employees.
      • Board of Trustees
        • governs the University by establishing policy and exercising fiduciary responsibility for the long-term well-being of the institution.
        • act on recommendations from board committees, University officers, and the University Senate.
      • President
      • Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
      • Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration
      • Executive Vice President for Health Affairs
      • Senior Vice President and General Counsel
      • Senior Vice President and Dean of Campus Life
      • Senior Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations
      • Vice President and Deputy to the President
      • Vice President and Secretary of the University
      • Vice President for Communications and Marketing
      Member Offices of the President's Cabinet The President's Cabinet considers and makes recommendations on matters of policy and programmatic priorities of the University and advises the President on urgent matters.
    • The Spirit of Emory that lives on forever…..
      • In 1948, Alumnus Alben William Barkley named Vice President of the US under President Truman
      • In 1982, former President Jimmy Carter joined the staff
      • In 1982, the university did away with “Wonderful Wednesdays” (there originally was no class on Wednesdays)
      • In 1992, Mikhail Gorbachev was the commencement speaker
      • In 1998, the XIVth Dalai Lama spoke at commencement
      • Has never had a football program