For students in Emory's Oxford College, a summer trip to explore modern issues of religious protest and reform was inspired by a 500-year-old event.
Research shows that adults most often report a child's symptoms, but their rating doesn't always reflect the child's experience. Emory's Janice Withycombe and her team designed a survey for the iPad that children with cancer can use so they can have a voice.
Named for the late Paul Seavey, a long-time Emory internist and professor of medicine, the Seavey Comprehensive Internal Medicine Clinic follows the doctor's distinctive style of care as it trains new doctors.
Summer may be winding down, but there are still plenty of things to do on campus before the bustle of the new academic year begins.
Before construction begins on Emory's new Campus Life Center, viewers can get a sneak peek at what the completed structure will look like by taking a soaring digital tour.
An exhibition from an English class project on the art and work of Zora Neale Hurston is featured at Emory's Schwartz Center for Performing Arts through Sept. 1.
French professor Dalia Judovitz has spent a lifetime studying the nature of knowledge and how it informs our understanding of ourselves, inspiring students to ask deep questions inside and outside the classroom.
One of the first two buildings on Emory's Atlanta campus, the former home of the Pitts Theology Library will be transformed into space for the Office of the President and other university leaders.
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