Wherever they live, whatever their profession, Emory alumni share a common pursuit: service to their communities. Meet seven Emory alumni who have built upon a foundation they say was strengthened on Emory's campus — to not only do well but to do good in the world.
The National Academy of Medicine has elected Emory University President Claire E. Sterk to its 2018 class of 75 leading health scientists and 10 international members. Sterk is Emory's 20th president and the Charles Howard Candler Professor of Public Health.
A study by Emory neuroscientists suggests that dogs have at least a rudimentary neural representation of meaning for words they have been taught, differentiating words they have heard before from those they have not.
A new clinical trial at Emory University and 45 other sites around the U.S. will test a combination of vitamins and steroids in patients diagnosed with sepsis.
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Emory's WaterHub, which uses processes that emulate natural ecological systems to reclaim wastewater, was honored with the 2018 Campus Sustainability Achievement Award. It recently reached the milestone of recycling 200 million gallons of water.
From the director of an initiative serving street children in India to the recipient of a $10 million grant "to reinvent the American high school," get to know this year's 40 Under Forty — young Emory alumni already making exceptional impacts in the world.
At Emory, theater majors are not just acting. They are building cross-disciplinary skills that enhance performance in almost any career pursuit. In Emory's versatile theater program, you could say the career's the thing.
Emory University is making a significant new investment in graduate education by increasing the base stipend for doctoral students. The increase represents an investment of more than $40 million over five years.
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- Emory President Claire E. Sterk on the opioid crisis