University students and alumni are confronting the complicated crisis of human trafficking by conducting research, establishing campus organizations and advocating for change.
Judson Graves, a longtime partner with the international law firm Alston & Bird, has been appointed interim dean of Emory University School of Law, effective Aug. 1.
Produced by an Emory faculty member, two new educational videos explain key benefits and barriers in clinical trials, and feature breast cancer survivors who share their experiences and feelings about having participated in trials.
A joint project between Emory and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) Institute for Neurobiology leads students to new ways of learning science and conducting research.
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As business manager in Campus Life's Finance Center, Meredith Honeycutt helped hundreds of student leaders and student organizations over more than two decades.
Graduate students in Candler School of Theology traveled to Haiti for a 10-day seminar in moral leadership led by professor and public theologian Robert Franklin, visiting with artists, academics, and spiritual and political leaders.
Thanks to a collaborative agreement between Emory and Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, faculty members from both schools are working together on projects ranging from cancer treatment to biomedical engineering.
Purchase local and organic produce at the Summer Farmers Market, just one of the amenities and events you have time to enjoy as Emory's campus slows down for the summer.
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