By the time students return to campus for the fall semester, the Dobbs University Center will be gone, making way for the construction of Emory's new, state-of-the-art Campus Life Center.
Huw Davies, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Chemistry, received the Humboldt Research Award for his work on organic synthesis, particularly C-H functionalization, which could lead to a paradigm shift in how pharmaceuticals and other chemicals are made.
Emory's slower summer pace is the perfect time to explore campus exhibits centered on art, theology, medicine and more. Don't miss "Still Raising Hell: Materials from the Camille Billops and James V. Hatch Collection," which closes May 28.
Aryeh D. Stein, PhD, MPH, professor at the Rollins School of Public Health, has received a three-year, $3.7 million award from the Gates Foundation to fund research examining the role that socioeconomic status and childhood development can have on a person's cognitive and socio-emotional functioning in adulthood.
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Emory College student Jamani "Roe" Montague has been selected as a 2017 Udall Scholar for her research and advocacy on issues including environmental racism and prison ecology.
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The theme for this year's Staff Fest was "Be Bold - Be Emory," and thousands of university employees turned out Friday, May 12, to do just that. Attendees enjoyed games, music, a catered lunch, a fun run-walk and the popular volleyball tournament.
The ear for music that made Emory College student Mallory Carnes an accomplished violist also gave her a gift for languages. As one of only 20 Beinecke Scholars selected this year, she plans to pursue a PhD in ethnomusicology.
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