Ebola at Emory: An Extraordinary Year

Ebola at Emory: An Extraordinary Year

It has been one year since Emory University Hospital prepared to accept the first patient to be treated for Ebola virus disease in the United States.


In memoir, Kent Brantly reflects on Ebola care at Emory

In memoir, Kent Brantly reflects on Ebola care at Emory

A medical missionary who contracted Ebola in Liberia, Kent Brantly recounts his experiences in his new book, "Called for Life." Read an excerpt describing his care at Emory University Hospital.

Indigo Girls to present 2015 Homecoming Concert

Indigo Girls to present 2015 Homecoming Concert

Grammy-winning duo -- and Emory alumnae -- the Indigo Girls will headline the 2015 Emory Homecoming Weekend Concert on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Coulter Foundation funds Emory, Georgia Tech biomedical research

Coulter Foundation funds Emory, Georgia Tech biomedical research

Nine Emory and Georgia Tech biomedical research projects have been chosen to receive funding from the Coulter Translational Research Partnership Program.


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Architectural firm chosen for new Campus Life Center

The Emory community is invited to an open house July 29 to offer input on early concepts for a new Campus Life Center slated for the site of the current Dobbs University Center.

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Young poets tear open festival with crackling energy, raw emotion

Young poets from around the world congregated for a vibrant celebration of words during opening ceremonies for the 18th annual Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival.

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Emory TechLab explores the 'magic' of 3-D printing

Emory's TechLab in Cox Hall offers three-dimensional printing of objects for a wide variety of faculty, staff and student projects. Items printed so far include models of molecules, kidneys, artwork and much more.

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John Lewis Fellows explore human rights in new summer program

Three Emory College students are among 20 American and 10 European scholars selected to spend four weeks studying diversity and minority rights -- the most from any university in the fellowship's inaugural year.