Undergraduate research award winners announced

Undergraduate research award winners announced

The Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory University is pleased to announce that the 2014 Woodruff Library Undergraduate Research Award winners have been selected by its panel of judges.


Liberal arts majors take first career steps

Liberal arts majors take first career steps

Emory College seniors talk about the benefits of a liberal arts degree in landing their first job after graduation.

Emory on Coursera: Ancient Nubia's art and archaeology

Emory on Coursera: Ancient Nubia's art and archaeology

Emory's Coursera class, "The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Nubia," examines evidence from archaeological findings of Nubia.

Donate Life Month celebrates lives reborn

Donate Life Month celebrates lives reborn

A former pastor is challenged by kidney disease until he finds the path to join the world¿s second largest kidney swap in history.


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LaDonna Cherry: Empowering others to shine

The outgoing president of the Employee Council talks about empowerment for employees through speaking up and being engaged.

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Global Health teams compete to reform WHO

Teams in the 2014 International Emory Global Health Case Competition presented strategies to make the World Health Organization more nimble and responsive.

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Chefs put on a show of food and culture for students' projects

A trip to a trailblazing restaurant serves up a lesson in food and culture for international students to write about.

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Elena Conis: Bridging health history and the humanities

Through strengths in interdisciplinary teaching and research, Mellon Fellow Elena Conis is helping Emory re-envision the humanities and expand their scope.