Winship gives new meaning to the "Big C"

Winship gives new meaning to the "Big C"

Winship has been granted Comprehensive Cancer Center status by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the highest designation given by the NCI. What does that mean -- for Emory, for patients, for Georgia, for cancer research?


New film series explores 'Black Lives on the Small Screen'

New film series explores 'Black Lives on the Small Screen'

Curated by film studies professor Beretta E. Smith-Shomade, this semester's Emory Cinematheque series looks at television created for, targeted toward and most often written by African-Americans.

Emory Saint Joseph's employees travel over 176,000 miles in fitness initiative

Emory Saint Joseph's employees travel over 176,000 miles in fitness initiative

Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital employees recently finished a 6,441 mile walking journey from Atlanta to Bethlehem, during the "Walk to Bethlehem," a national physical and spiritual fitness initiative.

'Conversations with America' town hall to examine opioid addiction

'Conversations with America' town hall to examine opioid addiction

As part of the ongoing "Conversations with America" series, Emory will host a campus discussion Jan. 24 focused on America's opioid crisis. Led by renowned pollster Peter D. Hart, the event will feature experts on addiction and drug trafficking.


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New research aims to understand how genetic differences contribute to addiction

Psychology professor Rohan Palmer has earned a $2.34 million grant to examine why some people become addicted to alcohol or drugs, while others don't. His novel project involves both graduate and undergraduate student researchers.

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Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor discussion rescheduled at Emory Law

Sonia Sotomayor, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, will participate in a discussion with Emory Law professor Fred Smith Jr. at an event for the law school community on Tuesday, Feb. 6.

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Campus Life Center construction continues on pace

As the rising profile of the new CLC takes shape this semester, Emory students will be invited to weigh in on interior design elements.

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Sustainability grants fund green projects across Emory

From campus gardens to research labs, projects funded by the latest round of grants from Emory's Office of Sustainability Initiatives (OSI) hope to support pollinators, improve energy use and reduce waste across the university.