Anat Cohen performs Feb. 12 for Emory's annual Jazz Fest, one of the many diverse arts events on campus this month.
Emory University faculty wrote or edited 121 books in 2015 on topics ranging from literature and philosophy to business and medicine. The Emory community gathered Feb. 1 to toast their accomplishments at Feast of Words.
"I Am Malala," the memoir of a young woman shot for pursuing her education, will be read by all first-year students as the Emory Integrity Project explores the theme of "Standing" for its inaugural year.
Volunteer trips to the organic farm at Emory's Oxford College are among the many entertaining and educational events on February's calendar, which also includes concerts, poetry readings and more.
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Emory recently joined a coalition of businesses and organizations to launch Georgia Prospers, an initiative dedicated to the principle that nondiscrimination is essential for the state's continued economic growth and quality of life.
The 2016 Healthy New YOU Expo offered a variety of health tips and demonstrations to Emory faculty and staff at four locations.
Emory offers a variety of opportunities to learn and practice meditation, which can relieve stress, impact health and nurture the quality of compassion.
Led by Andra Gillespie, Emory's James Weldon Johnson Institute kicks off its Race and Difference Colloquium Series this month with "The Perils of Policing Reform." Other topics include history, health inequities, art, education and more.
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