Harry Rusche: Reflecting on a half century of teaching

Harry Rusche: Reflecting on a half century of teaching

A pioneer in computer assisted instruction with a passion for collecting postcards, English professor Harry Rusche has never wavered in finding new ways to link his love of language to his drive to inspire students.


Emory campus fills up for summer events

Emory campus fills up for summer events

Just as the excitement of Emory¿s Commencement and Staff Fest begins to wane, the campus is once again gearing up for its summer schedule, when the University plays host to a lively lineup of camps, conferences, classes and other events.

SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. records now open to the public at Emory

SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. records now open to the public at Emory

The records of the SCLC/Women's Organizational Movement for Equality Now, Inc. are now available at the Rose Library. Founded in Atlanta in 1979, the group focused on the needs of women and families, including early work to address HIV.

Vanquishing the dragon: Guinea worm eradication

Vanquishing the dragon: Guinea worm eradication

When President Carter took up the fight again Guinea worm in the mid-1980s, there were an estimated 3.5 million cases a year in 21 endemic countries. Last year, only 22 people in four countries suffered from the "fiery serpent." It may soon become the first parasitic disease to be eradicated.


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SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. records now open to the public at Emory

The records of the SCLC/Women's Organizational Movement for Equality Now, Inc. are now available at the Rose Library. Founded in Atlanta in 1979, the group focused on the needs of women and families, including early work to address HIV.

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Staff Fest draws crowds for food, fun and friendly competition

Staff Fest, Emory's annual celebration of its employees, filled the Quad on Friday for music, food and activities. See more photos and learn the winners of the volleyball tournament and Fun Run.

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Emory to replace Blackboard with Canvas learning platform

After a successful two-semester pilot program during the 2015-2016 academic year, Emory University will switch from Blackboard to the Canvas learning management system.

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Emory honors employees for decades of dedicated service

More than 100 Emory University employees were honored recently for reaching milestones in their years of service. Marie P. Hodo was one of two staff members recognized for 45 years; awards were also given for 40, 35, 30 and 25 years.


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Midlife crisis: Is it a myth?

NBC Today Show, May 24

Your brain on politics: What shapes your vote?

CNN, May 23

Becoming Jericho Brown

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 22

Our fellow animals are starting to seem more and more like us

Washington Post, May 20

"Deep internal divisions in one party often provide the opportunity for the other side to win states with at least a plurality of the vote. "

- Andra Gillespie, associate professor of political science, on why Donald Trump may need the support of the Republican base

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