Ebola survivor urges nursing students to cultivate compassion

Ebola survivor urges nursing students to cultivate compassion

Two years after being treated at Emory University Hospital for Ebola virus disease, Nancy Writebol returns to Emory to reflect on what she experienced and offer inspiration to future nurses.


Memorial service honors students killed in terrorist attack

Memorial service honors students killed in terrorist attack

The Oxford College community gathered Sunday to remember Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain, who were killed in July in Bangladesh. "Let us cross borders with the courage they showed in their lives," President-elect Claire Sterk urged.

Emory Healthcare and Stratus Healthcare announce strategic affiliation

Emory Healthcare and Stratus Healthcare announce strategic affiliation

Leaders from Emory Healthcare today announced the Atlanta health system has partnered with Stratus Healthcare, the largest alliance of healthcare providers in the southeastern United States, to improve the delivery and quality of healthcare in Georgia through jointly developed and mutually beneficial initiatives.

Couples HIV testing, counseling prevents more than 70 percent of new infections in Rwanda

Couples HIV testing, counseling prevents more than 70 percent of new infections in Rwanda

30-year research initiative results in adoption of standard public health practice of CVCT (couples voluntary HIV counseling and testing). Report from Rwanda Zambia HIV Research Group.


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Emory prepares to implement new FLSA regulations

Changes to overtime regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act will cause a number of Emory University staff positions to transition from exempt (monthly paid) to non-exempt (biweekly paid/overtime eligible).

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Decatur Book Festival puts Emory in the spotlight

The Decatur Book Festival kicks off Friday at Emory with a sold-out tribute to Southern literary icon Pat Conroy. A diverse slate of Emory authors will offer readings and presentations throughout the weekend.

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New PhD students span broad range of research interests

Whether exploring key issues in public health and medicine or unraveling complex questions in the liberal arts, Emory's newest doctoral students are eager to create new knowledge.

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Photos: Emory College Move-In Day

From enthusiastic volunteers helping carry belongings into residence halls to the beloved Coke Toast, Move-in Day gave students their first taste of Emory's community spirit.