With health in mind, Emory’s 39th annual Carter Town Hall was held virtually, as students watched a special message from Emory professor and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, then heard his eldest grandson, Jason Carter, answer their questions live.
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One highlight of arts programs in November will be a live reading of "Sovereignty," a play exploring the politics and struggles of the Cherokee Nation. The performance continues the Michael C. Carlos Museum’s celebration of Indigenous people.
After hosting the Latino Youth Leadership Conference in the past, Emory is at the forefront of this year’s virtual event, aimed at empowering Latinx young people to pursue higher education.
Each year, annual benefits enrollment gives Emory University faculty and staff the opportunity to review benefits and make changes for the upcoming year. Find out what’s new for 2021, including a new tool that helps determine which plans work best for you.
Working from home doesn’t have to be synonymous with working in discomfort. Healthy Emory teaches employees how to make simple changes to improve posture and reduce aches and pains. Watch a webinar or schedule training for your team.
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- Emory Healthcare CEO Jonathan Lewin in a joint CNN column with Delta CEO Ed Bastian