The Goizueta Foundation makes $30 million gift to Emory's Goizueta Business School

The Goizueta Foundation makes $30 million gift to Emory's Goizueta Business School

The largest gift in the history of Emory's business school will support investments in business and society, innovation, and global education, providing an even stronger foundation for Goizueta students in crucial areas of business education.


Emory breaks ground on innovative biomedical research facility

Emory breaks ground on innovative biomedical research facility

Emory broke ground on Health Sciences Research Building II, a state-of-the-art research facility that will focus on innovation, synergy and impact for biomedical research.

Transit plan vote could propel light rail service to Emory

Transit plan vote could propel light rail service to Emory

A proposal that would bring MARTA light rail service to Emory is among a broad package of projects slated for consideration this week when the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority approves its first regional transit plan.

A strong start: Emory welcomes first students in Class of 2024

A strong start: Emory welcomes first students in Class of 2024

On Dec. 11, 730 students were admitted to Emory College, Oxford College or both. These outstanding Early Decision I applicants join 29 students who matched to Emory through QuestBridge, which links talented low-income scholars with leading universities, to start the Class of 2024.


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Emory celebrates Gary Hauk on eve of retirement

During his 34 years of service, Gary Hauk made a climb unique in Emory annals — from student to serving as counselor to four presidents in roles ranging from secretary of the university to Emory historian.

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Diabetes Prevention Program helps employees gain support to improve health

Emory's Diabetes Prevention Program teaches lifestyle modifications that can help prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. Learn what current participants like best about the program and how you can join.

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'Fake News' class helps students learn to research and identify false information

Professor Judith Miller's "Fake News" class teaches first-year students how to spot biased and outright false stories. Through resources in Emory's libraries, students learn how to conduct research and find reliable sources.

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Emory's Goizueta Business School and Start:ME offer 2019 shopping guide

Whether you're trying to finish holiday shopping or simply are interested in supporting local small businesses, the Start:ME 2019 Holiday Gift Guide could have what you need in December and beyond.