Emory ranks 17th in new Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education college poll

Emory ranks 17th in new Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education college poll

In a new ranking of top colleges and universities in the U.S. by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education, Emory University ranked 17th out of 500 national public and private universities.


October brings internationally renowned performers to campus

October brings internationally renowned performers to campus

October arts events at Emory include performances by Jazz musician Branford Marsalis, R.E.M.'s Mike Mills and violinist Robert McDuffie, and "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band.

Emory schools part of $157 million NIH environmental research award

Emory schools part of $157 million NIH environmental research award

The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory College, the Rollins School of Public Health and the Emory School of Medicine are collaborative recipients of NIH seven-year initiatives that support research that investigates the effects of early environmental exposures on child health and development.

Emory celebrates Shakespeare as First Folio's arrival nears

Emory celebrates Shakespeare as First Folio's arrival nears

With a little more than a month to go before the First Folio arrives at Emory, the campus-wide celebration of the world's most famous playwright kicks into high gear with exhibits, plays, films and more.


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Biology professor holds meetings on the run

Emory College biology lecturer Patrick Cafferty takes one of his weekly office hours on the road for a three-mile run through campus. It's part of an overarching goal to connect with students in his human physiology class as a teacher and mentor.

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Construction begins on interim dining facility

Work starts Oct. 3 on an interim student dining facility in the courtyard in front of the Woodruff PE Center. The facility will serve student diners during the construction of a new Campus Life Center.

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Emory Sports Hall of Fame inducts four new members

The Emory Sports Hall of Fame welcomed runner Sarah Byrd, swimmer Lindsey Hoffner-Baron, baseball player Ted Karniewicz and tennis player Mark Odgers with a ceremony Sept. 24.

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Dialogue reflects on the Black Panther Party's legacy 50 years later

Emory's James Weldon Johnson Institute hosts "Reflections on the Black Panther Party at 50" on Sept. 29, featuring Elaine Brown, activist and former Black Panther Party chair, and prominent Spelman College professor Beverly Guy-Sheftall.