From Georgia farms to Emory tables

From Georgia farms to Emory tables

In partnership with the Conservation Fund, Emory makes a bold commitment to support the next generation of local farmers.


Serving students who served

Serving students who served

Building on extensive service to veterans through health care and legal aid, Emory increases outreach and support for veterans as undergraduate and graduate students.

Emory University breaks ground on facility to transform cancer care

Emory University breaks ground on facility to transform cancer care

Emory broke ground this week on a new Winship facility in Midtown. The 17-story tower will put patients at the center of specialized care communities in order to deliver personalized cancer care.

Georgia Climate Conference explores what's at stake for state

Georgia Climate Conference explores what's at stake for state

Held at Emory, the Georgia Climate Conference drew diverse interests and industries to share ideas about how to minimize Georgia's risks and maximize the state's future in a changing climate.


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Emory pays tribute to veterans

The Emory community gathered in Cannon Chapel on Monday for the university's 11th annual Veterans Day ceremony. Learn how Emory serves veterans and view more photos from the ceremony.

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Emory neuroscientist among just 13 in nation chosen for Klingenstein-Simons Fellowship

Emory College professor Aubrey Kelly has earned the university's first Klingenstein-Simons Fellowship Award in Neuroscience, a highly competitive honor for young investigators. Her lab studies mechanisms underlying social behavior.

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Symposium highlights Emory's leading research in sleep science

Surrounded by artificial light and enticed by screens, Americans are chronically sleep-deprived. Through the Emory University Sleep Consortium, researchers are forging collaborations across disciplines to advance the study of sleep.

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Emory public health student honored for family planning advocacy

Alison Hoover, an MPH student at Rollins School of Public Health, is one of just 40 people worldwide selected for the 2019 cohort of "120 Under 40: The New Generation of Family Planning Leaders."