Dads show gender biases, in both brain responses and behaviors toward toddlers

Dads show gender biases, in both brain responses and behaviors toward toddlers

Neuroscientist Jennifer Mascaro finds that a toddler's gender influences the brain responses and behavior of fathers in a new study published in Behavioral Neuroscience.


AV200 raises hope for the future of vaccine research

AV200 raises hope for the future of vaccine research

On May 20th, Action Cycling Atlanta hosted its 15th annual AIDS Vaccine 200 (AV200) to benefit AIDS vaccine research at the Emory Vaccine Center. More than 200 cyclists gathered at the Emory School of Medicine to begin the 200-mile ride to the Rock Eagle 4-H center in Eatonton and back to Emory.

Emory men's tennis team wins NCAA Division III Championship

Emory men's tennis team wins NCAA Division III Championship

It's been a banner season for Emory tennis: The varsity men's team won its fourth NCAA title, the varsity women's team placed second in the NCAA, and the Oxford College men's team notched its third-consecutive NJCAA championship.

Health Care Heroes Awards honor physicians, nurses, researchers

Health Care Heroes Awards honor physicians, nurses, researchers

The Atlanta Business Chronicle has selected Emory health sciences faculty and staff as winners or finalists in all seven categories in its annual Health Care Heroes Awards competition.


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Emory students chosen for Humanity in Action Fellowship

Jalyn Radziminski-Smith and Virginia Spinks will spend the next month immersed in the study of human and civil rights when they join a global network of students in Europe for the 2017 Humanity in Action Fellowship Program.

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Summer DUC demolition paves the way for new Campus Life Center

By the time students return to campus for the fall semester, the Dobbs University Center will be gone, making way for the construction of Emory's new, state-of-the-art Campus Life Center.

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Emory student earns Udall Scholarship for environmental leadership

Emory College student Jamani "Roe" Montague has been selected as a 2017 Udall Scholar for her research and advocacy on issues including environmental racism and prison ecology.

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Libraries honor students with undergraduate research awards

Emory's Woodruff and Rose libraries recently honored 15 students with undergraduate research awards for their projects and papers that used primary sources they found in the libraries.