Engaged students learn how and why their work matters

Engaged students learn how and why their work matters

At Emory, learning doesn't stay in the classroom. From volunteering to farming, creating to leading, Emory students are expanding their lessons in unexpected places.


Climate change will slow China's progress in reducing infectious diseases

Climate change will slow China's progress in reducing infectious diseases

In a study published in the latest edition of Nature Climate Change, Emory researchers found that climate change will blunt China's efforts at further reducing infectious diseases in the decades to come.

States will benefit from Obama action, says Emory expert

States will benefit from Obama action, says Emory expert

President Obama's executive action on immigration will likely benefit state government by helping the economy and easing a costly burden on child services programs, including state care of U.S. citizen children whose parents might otherwise be deported, says Polly Price of Emory Law.

Lipstadt joins presidential delegation at anti-Semitism conference

Lipstadt joins presidential delegation at anti-Semitism conference

Professor Deborah Lipstadt was appointed to a presidential delegation attending an international conference in Berlin focused on anti-Semitism in Europe.


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Heritage turkey tradition continues with Nov. 20 feast

On Thursday, Nov. 20, Emory Dining will host the annual Heritage Turkey Feast at lunch in Dobbs Market at the DUC and Lil's Dining at Oxford College.

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Effort to bring light rail transit to the Clifton corridor seeks public input

Two public meetings set for early December are among the next steps in a multi-year effort to bring light rail to the Clifton corridor, including stops for Emory and the CDC.

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New York Times editor fields student questions at Emory

In a visit with Emory and Morehouse students, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet discusses the evolution of journalism, investigative reporting and which stories get the most clicks.

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Let's chat: TableTalk sparks cross-cultural conversation

From couches strategically placed around campus to stickers affixed to tables in the DUC, student-led TableTalk initiatives harness the power of dialogue to break down social barriers.