Emory experts take on the HIV paradox

Emory experts take on the HIV paradox

A vaccine and better long-term treatment for HIV seem closer than ever before -- but rates among gay men in the South remain troubling.


Special events bid farewell to the First Folio

Special events bid farewell to the First Folio

As Shakespeare's First Folio nears the end of its visit to Emory, two events on Dec. 5 will celebrate the Bard's legacy, including an evening with poets Natasha Trethewey, Kevin Young and Jericho Brown.

Rep. Price, doctor with Emory ties, tapped for Health and Human Services secretary

Rep. Price, doctor with Emory ties, tapped for Health and Human Services secretary

Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), an orthopedic surgeon trained at Emory, was named by the President-elect as his pick for Health and Human Services secretary. Price could have a key role in reshaping health care.

New study: Toddlers with autism don't avoid eye contact but do miss its significance

New study: Toddlers with autism don't avoid eye contact but do miss its significance

A new study conducted by researchers at Marcus Autism Center, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, and Emory University School of Medicine helps put to rest a longstanding controversy and question about children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.


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Safety reminder: What to do in the event of a campus emergency

An armed assault at Ohio State University prompts a reminder of what to do in the event of a public assault or active shooter on Emory's campus.

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Gift to Goizueta establishes program to study business, government

The Robson Foundation, named for former dean John E. Robson, has pledged $2.1 million to establish the John Robson Endowment for the Study of Business, Public Policy and Government at Goizueta Business School.

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Rose Library acquires papers of Southern civil rights journalist Gene Patterson

Emory University has acquired the papers of the late Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eugene Patterson, a significant voice for civil rights in the 1960s.

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Therapy dogs return for stress-relief study break

The popular Pet Therapy Study Break returns Dec. 8 to give students a break from the stress of preparing for exams. Students can sign up to visit with dogs at Woodruff Library.