Flourish Emory helps cultivate student happiness

Flourish Emory helps cultivate student happiness

Part of Emory's Office of Health Promotion, Flourish Emory is a wide-reaching program that aims to expand definitions of student success, embrace wellness and influence Emory culture.


Computer scientist receives award to develop software for 'spatial big data'

Computer scientist receives award to develop software for 'spatial big data'

Emory computer scientist Fusheng Wang has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to support software development in the field of "spatial big data."

Construction projects advance university goals

Construction projects advance university goals

Multiple construction projects continue this fall as Emory University and Emory Healthcare strive to provide even better facilities for learning, living and working, all with an eye toward sustainability.

New Campus Life initiatives focus on building community

New Campus Life initiatives focus on building community

Led by Dean Ajay Nair, Campus Life aims to create community through projects including renovating the DUC, launching the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and building living-learning communities in residence halls.


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Get connected: Top tech tips for fall

From apps to tech support, check out the following resources - some new, some time-tested - to make the electronic transition back to Emory as seamless as possible.

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Fall classes take a cool turn in exploring current events, new ideas

The academy meets the outside world in a variety of creative courses being offered fall semester, as service-based learning and academic rigor intersect with current events and new ideas.

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Emory sports teams look forward to strong fall seasons

Emory's fall sports teams anticipate successful seasons after four out of five squads advanced to NCAA tournaments last year

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Campus dining improvements include debut of Pasta John's

Popular cook "Pasta John" Wilson gets his own storefront in Cox Hall Market, plus more changes in campus dining this semester.