Emory welcomes thousands of guests for summer events, camps, conferences

Emory welcomes thousands of guests for summer events, camps, conferences

From a celebration of special athletes from across the state to a high-profile international youth poetry slam, summer will bring a stream of events and visitors to the Emory campus.


Tracing the toxic legacy of PBB contamination

Tracing the toxic legacy of PBB contamination

For the past 15 years environmental epidemiologist Michele Marcus has been studying the effects of contamination from polybrominated biphenyl (PBB), a fire-retardent chemical that has left a toxic legacy.

How a family history of schizophrenia shaped an Emory career

How a family history of schizophrenia shaped an Emory career

With a family history of mental illness that left her feeling uncertain about her future, Jennifer Mullé did not take the direct route into public health research. But today she's an assistant professor of epidemiology, with a PhD in human genetics and a passion for discovering the genetic underpinnings of schizophrenia.

Emory, UGA offer joint degree in divinity, social work

Emory, UGA offer joint degree in divinity, social work

Emory University's Candler School of Theology and the University of Georgia School of Social Work have partnered to offer a dual master's degree in divinity and social work. It is the first dual degree to be offered between the two universities.


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Emory announces new athletic director

Michael Vienna, Emory's new director of athletics, has served as athletic director at Salisbury University, a member of the Capital Athletic Conference, since 1993.

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Photos: Staff Fest draws crowds for fun and games

Hundreds of Emory employees filled the Quad on Friday, May 15, for Staff Fest, the university's annual employee appreciation day.

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Emory doctoral student's painting acquired by new Smithsonian museum

"But I'm Still Fly," a painting by artist-scholar Fahamu Pecou, has been acquired by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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Rushdie encourages graduates to 'dream, speak, reinvent the world'

Emory University's 170th Commencement celebrated the diverse accomplishments of the Class of 2015 and featured a keynote address by acclaimed author Salman Rushdie.