GeorgiaTrend magazine named longtime ECE Event Planning instructor Michael Kloss to its 2016 40 Under 40 list, which honors outstanding Georgians under the age of 40 as 'the state’s best and brightest.' The publication cited his work with 'visiting dignitaries and luminaries like Paul Simon, Alice Walker, Sir Salman Rushdie and Jimmy Carter' in crafting 'premier, live event experiences.'
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Emory Continuing Education is currently evaluating applications and interviewing instructors for a variety of subjects, including SQL. If interested, please contact Peggy Crowe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carl McColman, one of ECE’s Creative Writing and Personal Enrichment instructors, recently took home a Georgia Author of the Year award at the Georgia Writers Association banquet. For more details, check out McColman’s blog.
ECE French Instructor Sherry von Klitzing recently published The Expatriates Guide to Atlanta, available on Amazon and Kindle. Holly Patrick, one of ECE’s Spanish instructors, has also published a new book: The International Student’s Guide to Studying in the United States is now available in both paperback and Kindle editions.
ECE Project Management Instructor Felicia Bianchi discusses the Emory University-Georgia Tech partnership.
Dr. Mehmet Oz’s Sharecare reports on the OLLI at Emory Improv group, touting the benefits of social interaction and humor.
Emory Continuing Education’s lead photography instructor, Tom England, participated in The Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center’s study project: The Spirit Lives On: Art, Music and the Mind. England taught participating caregivers the basics of digital photography in order to help capture images of family members and patients.
’Take the classes you always wanted to without worrying how they would look on your transcript or if they would impact your GPA; to learn without the distractions of dorm life or student loans hanging over your head. For Atlanta adults older than age 50, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Emory University is the place to do just that…’