Special feature: Bonding over bones, stones and beads

Special feature: Bonding over bones, stones and beads

Emory anthropologist Jessica Thompson takes students into the field in Malawi to help uncover mysteries of prehistoric hunter-gatherers in Africa. The project has already yielded the oldest-known human DNA from Africa, preserved by the cool, arid ecosystem of the excavation sites.


Rollins researchers receive IBM grant to study impact of climate change on health

Rollins researchers receive IBM grant to study impact of climate change on health

Researchers at the Emory Rollins School of Public Health have received one of IBM's Climate Change and Environmental grants, which provide technology resources to assist research on climate change and environmental issues.

Mapped: The future of the School of Medicine's Class of 2018

Mapped: The future of the School of Medicine's Class of 2018

With the aid of an interactive map, explore the broad range of institutions the graduating class from the School of Medicine were matched with this year for their medical residencies.

Seeing the world through a different lens

Seeing the world through a different lens

Emory students' study abroad photos showcase learning experiences across the globe.


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Emory Entrepreneurship Summit provides business insights, keys to success

Students, faculty, staff and the Atlanta community had the opportunity to dive into the world of entrepreneurship at the fourth-annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit, hosted by Goizueta Business School in conjunction with Emory Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.

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Crespino to discuss Atticus Finch biography, Harper Lee letters at Emory

History professor Joseph Crespino will discuss his new book, "Atticus Finch: The Biography," at a Rosemary Magee Creativity Conversation on May 3 at Emory's Woodruff Library.

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The PATH at Emory opens to acclaim

A partnership between Emory and the PATH Foundation has created a new bike/pedestrian path that will expand the local trail network and offer a safer alternative commute option. The new path officially opened April 20 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Weeks tapped to lead Emory's Center for Faculty Development and Excellence

Physics professor Eric Weeks has been appointed the new director of the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence and associate vice provost for faculty affairs, effective July 1.