More than 1,000 volunteers will gather on Emory's campus Nov. 8 to travel out to service projects with a variety of community organizations.
Political science professors Alan Abramowitz, Merle Black and Andra Gillespie are among the Emory public scholars lending their expertise to countless studies, conferences and reporters focused on the mid-term elections.
View stories, videos and resources about the treatment of patients with Ebola virus disease at Emory University Hospital.
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CoLA's final report encourages expanded engagement, including what has been dubbed "intellectual tailgating" to broaden the reach of major university speakers or events.
Wednesday's 'Teach-In Against Hate' drew hundreds to the Emory Quadrangle to respond to anti-Semitic graffiti targeting Alpha Epsilon Pi, a historically Jewish fraternity.
Despite being in operation less than a year, the Oxford Organic Farm is already making a significant impact on Oxford College. More than 150 students work on the farm in some capacity.
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- Freshman Brian Goldstone, who is working with fellow student Rostam Zafari to develop a fast and inexpensive way to detect Ebola