In the Rollins Earn and Learn (REAL) work-study program, Emory MPH and MSPH students have access to valuable opportunities to earn while they learn through applied public health experiences in real-world settings.
The National Institutes of Health Office of Research on Women's Health has selected Emory to lead a career development program for junior investigators interested in pursuing women's health and sex differences research.
More than 100 rare works of North American indigenous art will be on display at the Carlos Museum beginning Oct. 10. Related events include tours, talks and even a cooking class.
Art history professor Bonna Wescoat describes 2015 as a "bumper year" for grants to Emory for projects in archeology and architecture. Three awards will help expand research on the Greek island of Samothrace.
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Minutes matter when it comes to saving victims of sudden cardiac arrest. To speed response, Emory has installed 300 automated external defibrillator (AED) units across its campuses.
In the inaugural Evidence Town Hall, professors from two disciplines will dispute the story that Christopher Columbus' voyage proved the Earth is round. The goal is to get students thinking deeply about what constitutes evidence.
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"Real-time media coverage can do justice - in a sense - to the tragedy and suffering, but not to the question of legality without the information essential to and uncovered in the course of a thorough investigation."
- Laurie R. Blank, a professor at Emory University law school, on the U.S. airstrike that hit a hospital in Afghanistan