Researchers develop new drug to combat the measles

Researchers develop new drug to combat the measles

A novel antiviral drug may protect people infected with the measles from getting sick and prevent them from spreading the virus to others, an international team of researchers says.


Liberal arts majors take first career steps

Liberal arts majors take first career steps

Emory College seniors talk about the benefits of a liberal arts degree in landing their first job after graduation.

Appreciation of insects at heart of Maymester course

Appreciation of insects at heart of Maymester course

Emory biologist Jaap de Roode hopes to inspire students to understand the importance of insects through lectures, labs and field trips, in his Maymester course "Insect Biology."

Nichole Phillips: Sharing discoveries in religion and ritual

Nichole Phillips: Sharing discoveries in religion and ritual

Nichole Phillips, who considers herself both a social scientist of religion and a practical theologian, uses the social sciences as an analytical tool in her teaching in the Candler School of Theology.


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LaDonna Cherry: Empowering others to shine

The outgoing president of the Employee Council talks about empowerment for employees through speaking up and being engaged.

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Global Health teams compete to reform WHO

Teams in the 2014 International Emory Global Health Case Competition presented strategies to make the World Health Organization more nimble and responsive.

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Chefs put on a show of food and culture for students' projects

A trip to a trailblazing restaurant serves up a lesson in food and culture for international students to write about.

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Elena Conis: Bridging health history and the humanities

Through strengths in interdisciplinary teaching and research, Mellon Fellow Elena Conis is helping Emory re-envision the humanities and expand their scope.