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Honors for De Waal, Emerson, Jegadeesh, Raggi Moore and Ristaino

Frans de WaalFrans de Waal was named to the editorial board of Science.

De Waal is Charles Howard Candler Professor of Primate Behavior and director of Living Links at Yerkes National Primate Research Center.

De Waal was named to the magazine's Board of Reviewing Editors consisting of more than 175 leading scientists.

Sarah Emerson

Sarah Emerson's second solo exhibition will open at Whitespace Gallery in the Inman Park neighborhood of Atlanta on April 5.

Emerson is an instructor in the visual arts program.

Her new exhibit is called "Underland" and will be on view through May 12.

Narasimhan Jegadeesh Narasimhan Jegadeesh
was honored by the University of Melbourne, Australia.

He is the Dean's Distinguished Chair in Finance in the Goizueta Business School.

As co-author of the classic paper "Returns to Buying Winners and Selling Losers: Implications for Stock Market Efficiency," Jegadeesh's work has inspired many advances in the field and withstood the test of time in the two decades since it was written.

Read more: Finance professor's work honored in Australia

Judy Raggi Moore
and Christine Ristaino were declared joint winners of a contest on "How to Teach Italian at the College Level in the 21st Century" by the National Council for the Promotion of Italian Language in American Schools.

Raggi Moore is Professor of Pedagogy in French and Italian Studies. She created and designed the Italian Virtual Class.

Ristaino is a lecturer in French and Italian Studies.

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