Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine safe, spurs immune response in kids ages 5 to 11

Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine safe, spurs immune response in kids ages 5 to 11

Emory infectious disease expert Evan Anderson answers questions about what Pfizer’s initial pediatric trial results mean for children under the age of 12.


 Southern Company Foundation funds new Center for Civil Rights and Social Justice at Emory Law

Southern Company Foundation funds new Center for Civil Rights and Social Justice at Emory Law

Emory has received a transformative grant from Southern Company Foundation to establish the Emory University School of Law Center for Civil Rights and Social Justice and support other student success and access initiatives through Emory College and Winship Cancer Center.

Students hope to foster greater sense of belonging at symposium on slavery and dispossession

Students hope to foster greater sense of belonging at symposium on slavery and dispossession

“In the Wake of Slavery and Dispossession,” set for Sept. 29-Oct. 1, will feature student-led discussions, performances and art exhibits, as well as presentations by renowned scholars and community members.

Emory receives record funding for research with $894 million in last year

Emory receives record funding for research with $894 million in last year

Emory University received $894.7 million in fiscal year 2021 for tackling the challenges of our time. Investigators won grants for research on COVID-19, brain health, climate change, health disparities, racial and social justice, and much more.


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Research roundup: Recent grants and publications for Emory faculty and staff

Research is an integral part of Emory, from the sciences to the humanities. Read a sample of recent grant awards across campus along with newly published research findings.

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Praise House Project to install public art throughout metro Atlanta honoring African American history

Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, a partnership between Emory Arts and artist-activist Charmaine Minniefield will place three praise houses in metro Atlanta to uplift the African American history of those communities.

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Emory chemist receives prestigious Beckman Young Investigator Award

Katherine Davis has been named a Beckman Young Investigator for her cutting-edge research into understanding the structure and dynamics of the enzymes that use metals to sustain life.

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Renovated identity spaces unveiled on Emory’s Atlanta campus

A ribbon cutting and open house on Sept. 8 marked the reopening of updated identity spaces for several groups on campus, plus a new center for Asian Pacific Islander Desi/American students.