Physicist's research of glassy materials nets NSF CAREER award

Physicist's research of glassy materials nets NSF CAREER award

Emory physics professor Justin Burton received a $625,000 award from the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development Program, which support scientists who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research integrated with excellence in education.


Innovations in teaching, learning create new vision of intellectual community

Innovations in teaching, learning create new vision of intellectual community

From University Courses to digital scholarship, innovations in pedagogy are occurring in many different forms all across campus.

Work to be done increasing MBA popularity among women

Work to be done increasing MBA popularity among women

Recognizing the value an MBA offers in providing opportunities for women in the workplace, Goizueta Business School puts special focus on recruiting female candidates.

Emory ranks first in the U.S. for students with NIH predoctoral fellowships

Emory ranks first in the U.S. for students with NIH predoctoral fellowships

To prepare students for today's competitive science environment, Emory offers specific courses on grant writing. The university is currently first in the nation for F31 predoctoral fellowships from the National Institutes of Health.


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Interim university leaders bring years of experience to new roles

Rich Mendola and Marc Overcash, two Emory executives with extensive experience, have assumed key interim leadership roles as Michael J. Mandl becomes president and CEO of Emory Healthcare.

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Awards of Distinction honor dedicated Emory employees

Twelve employees have been honored with the 2015 Emory University Award of Distinction, which recognizes members of the Emory community who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to their jobs.

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Ebola inspires exhibit on government's role in controlling epidemics

Sparked by recent concerns about Ebola, an exhibit at Emory's Robert W. Woodruff Library examines the U.S. government's response to epidemics throughout American history.

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Flannery O'Connor archive helps inspire senior dance thesis

Sarah Freeman explored the new Flannery O'Connor materials in Emory's Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library to help create "All Being Displaced," a dance concert based on the iconic writer.