Start of the academic year brings new faces, programs across Emory

Start of the academic year brings new faces, programs across Emory

The nine schools that make up Emory have extensive plans for the 2016-17 academic year. Here's a roundup of what's new and noteworthy, as listed by each school.


Chimpanzees choose cooperation over competition

Chimpanzees choose cooperation over competition

When given a choice between cooperating or competing, chimpanzees tend to cooperate, Yerkes researchers have found. This suggests the roots of human cooperation are shared with other primates.

New Emory Scholars bring diverse talents to campus

New Emory Scholars bring diverse talents to campus

A debater interested in languages and biochemistry. A spoken-word poet who mastered Russian and studied in Poland. A weight lifter who founded a nonprofit program for children. Get to know the newest Emory Scholars, selected for both their achievements and potential.

Meet the Class of 2020

Meet the Class of 2020

Emory's newest undergraduate students arrive with top grades and test scores, bolstered by years of community service and impressive athletic and artistic achievements.


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Campus construction projects continue as new semester begins

Hospital construction and streetscape improvements will continue along Clifton Road this fall, while work is also underway on a variety of new amenities for the Emory and Oxford College campuses.

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Oxford College to hold memorial service for students killed in Bangladesh

A memorial service will be held at Oxford College on Sunday, Aug. 28, for students Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain, who were killed over the summer in a terrorist attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Emory swimmer earns two national titles

Emory swimmer Andrew Wilson won national titles in the 100- and 200-meter breaststroke at the U.S. Open Swimming Championships, a five-day meet that concluded Saturday.

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Dinosaur tracks lead paleontologist through museum to mentor's discovery

The latest paper by Emory paleontologist Anthony Martin describes the first dinosaur tracks found in Victoria, Australia -- way back in the 1980s -- and explains their paleontological importance.

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