Fighting toxic soil contamination

Fighting toxic soil contamination

When Emory environmental scientist Eri Saikawa and her student tested soil samples from Atlanta’s Westside neighborhood, what they found was “shocking and heartbreaking.” Learn more about Saikawa’s work in the series “I am an Emory Researcher.”


New Emory Telehealth EMS program aims to improve rural Georgia emergency care

New Emory Telehealth EMS program aims to improve rural Georgia emergency care

In 14 rural counties, Georgians who need emergency medical care will have access to Emory doctors and specialists even before they reach a local hospital through a new telehealth initiative.

Emory to require student COVID-19 vaccinations for fall 2021

Emory to require student COVID-19 vaccinations for fall 2021

President Gregory L. Fenves has announced that Emory University will require all students to be immunized for COVID-19 for the fall 2021 semester. "Student vaccinations will create a healthier environment in our classrooms, which will be at full density during the fall," Fenves says.

New Georgia COVID-19 data adds important local dimension to national tracking tool

New Georgia COVID-19 data adds important local dimension to national tracking tool

Emory University researchers have enhanced their dynamic national COVID-19 Health Equity Dashboard to provide more localized information on the impact of the pandemic in communities across Georgia.


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Curran to step down as dean of Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health

James W. Curran, dean of the Rollins School of Public Health, has announced his plans to step down as dean. He will continue to remain actively engaged in his position until a new dean is selected and arrives.

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Four Emory undergrads win Goldwater Scholarship for math, science research

For the third consecutive year, Emory had four exceptional students selected for the nation’s top scholarship for undergraduates studying math, natural sciences and engineering.

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Emory’s dance program keeps moving through the pandemic’s challenges

During a year when so many activities were canceled, Emory’s dance faculty found ways to continue in-person classes and performances — including the annual spring concert set for April 29 to May 1.

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Emory professors awarded 2021 Guggenheim Fellowships

Emory University professors Laura Otis, Katherine Young and Tayari Jones have been awarded 2021 Guggenheim Fellowships to support their groundbreaking research.