Selected to address his fellow graduates, TableTalk co-founder Ami Fields-Meyer will focus on how the Class of 2016 can use lessons learned at Emory to impact the world.
Emory Winship cancer biologist Xingming Deng, MD, PhD and his lab have identified two novel agents which could reverse the resistance of cancer cells to treatment.
After volunteering at local food pantries, Naomi Maisel founded Emory's chapter of Campus Kitchens, which saves about 1,000 pounds of potentially wasted food every month and converts it into healthy meals for those in need.
Scientists will gather at the Emory Conference Center May 1-3 to assess current and emerging strategies to minimize the spread and impact of Zika virus infection.
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Over 1,700 employees have joined Colorful Choices, a six-week nutrition challenge from Healthy Emory that encourages participants to eat five servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
Launching in fall 2016, the project will create an innovative "community of practice" to help doctoral students gain experience working with organizations that seek solutions to poverty, food security, climate change and other global problems.
Hamdullah Mohib, Afghanistan's ambassador to the U.S., and his wife, Lael Mohib, discussed the country's future with students in Marion Creekmore's South Asian politics class.
Emory's women's and men's tennis teams won the University Athletic Association championships over the weekend -- the fourth consecutive championship for the women and the second for the men.
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"We laughed, we cried, we yelled. This is not the easy way to do this. But I think the best way to do this is to engage in those tough dialogues where people have personal feelings, and values are challenged and expressed."
- Suzanne R. Onorato, assistant vice president for community, on leading a working group belonging to Emory's Racial Diversity Initiative