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Georgia Tipoffs: Public Policy Newsletter for Saturday December 16, 2017 ( 4 items )  

2017: a Year of Milestones at Winship
ATLANTA, Georgia, Dec. 15 -- Emory University's Winship Cancer Institute issued the following news release: Winship marked its 80th anniversary in 2017 with a huge accomplishment: designation as a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center. The comprehensive designation is both a vote of confidence and material support for Winship's innovative research that is improving the way cancer is prevented, diagnosed, and treated, and its work in educating the public and future generations of  more

Emory International Law Review Article Tackles Gender Roles in the Workplace
ATLANTA, Georgia, Dec. 15 -- Emory University's School of Law issued the following news release: The first issue of the current Emory International Law Review volume features a timely article by Taylor Stoneman entitled "International Economic Law, Gender Equality, and Paternity Leave: Can the WTO be Utilized to Balance the Division of Care Labor Worldwide?" Stoneman, a judicial law clerk at the US District Court for the Central District of California, wrote the article to add to the existing   more

Former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman to Speak at Berry
MOUNT BERRY, Georgia, Dec. 15 -- Berry College issued the following news release: Former governor of New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman will speak at 7 p.m., Jan. 25, 2018, as part of the Berry College Cecil B. Wright III Integrity in Leadership lecture series. Her lecture "Women, Leadership, Power and Politics: Overcoming Obstacles," will be in the Krannert Ballroom and is free and open to the public. Whitman is the President of The Whitman Strategy Group (WSG), a consulting firm that speci  more

Young Harris College Appoints Vice President of Student Development
YOUNG HARRIS, Georgia, Dec. 15 -- Young Harris College issued the following news release: Young Harris College is pleased to announce that Laura Whitaker-Lea, Ph.D., has been appointed vice president for student development. She will join the College in mid-January of 2018. "I'm excited to welcome Laura into the YHC family to lead our Division of Student Development," said President Dr. Drew Van Horn. "I am already very impressed with her and I am confident that her experience in higher educat  more