Using Emory's archives in an African American history class challenges students to think outside the textbook.
Giving to those in need is an Emory tradition.
David Kleinbaum is making a gift to support teaching at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health. His gift will support a faculty member who, like himself, teaches advanced epidemiological methods.
For the second consecutive year, the Goizueta School of Business had the No. 1 MBA placement record of any U.S. business school in the Top 30.
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Three Emory buildings have earned LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) recognition for sustainable design and construction.
"Slices of Time: A Dynamic Performance Showcase" on Dec. 7 is based on original ethnographic research by students in an Emory anthropology class.
December's music program features performances by Emory student ensembles and holiday classics.
Highlights from the November meetings of the University Senate, Faculty Council and Employee Council include the new care management benefit and changes to retiree health plans.
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