`Noah' film spurs scholars to share research on ancient flood myths

`Noah' film spurs scholars to share research on ancient flood myths

The release of Darren Aronofsky¿s film, ¿Noah,¿ provided an opportunity for Ingrid Lilly to connect her research on ancient flood stories to today¿s pop culture.


Quality control guidelines proposed for genomics studies

Quality control guidelines proposed for genomics studies

A policy paper in Nature proposes guidelines for researchers studying the effects of rare genetic variants.

Learning how to be a soldier in the War on Poverty

Learning how to be a soldier in the War on Poverty

A University Course helps students understand poverty and how to fight it with history lessons, site visits and interdisciplinary scholarship.

American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects neuroscientist Larry Young

American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects neuroscientist Larry Young

Emory neuroscientist Larry Young has been elected a member of one of the nation's most prestigious honorary societies and a leading center for independent policy research.


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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.