Emory women's tennis wins NCAA Championship

Emory women's tennis wins NCAA Championship

For the second time in the past three seasons and the seventh time in program history, the Emory University Women's Tennis team has captured the NCAA Division III National Championship.


Emory Healthcare Veterans Program celebrates opening of new intensive outpatient program

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program celebrates opening of new intensive outpatient program

Emory's Veterans Program is a comprehensive, two-week treatment that aims to reduce the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, while helping veterans re-engage in daily life and promoting physical and mental health and wellness.

Emory partners with Valdosta State to train nurse-midwives in rural Georgia

Emory partners with Valdosta State to train nurse-midwives in rural Georgia

The schools have partnered on several initiatives, including a postgraduate nurse-midwifery certificate program. A hybrid distance education program will combine in-person classroom instruction by Emory faculty and online coursework, enabling VSU students to combine work and study.

President Wagner: Steward of the vision

President Wagner: Steward of the vision

President James W. Wagner concludes an extraordinary 13-year tenure characterized by an unwavering commitment to excellence.


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Bowen leaves lasting impact at Oxford College

From academic innovation to new and renovated campus facilities, retiring Dean Stephen Bowen has led Emory's Oxford College through more than a decade of growth and change.

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Emory earns national award for learning and organizational development

Emory University ranked 17th out of more than 300 organizations that applied for Chief Learning Officer magazine¿s LearningElite Awards. Emory was the only academic institution selected for the award, which honors the best companies for learning and development.

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Emory professors win National Science Foundation awards for young faculty

Three Emory professors are among the 160 young trailblazers recently honored by the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER).

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SCLC/W.O.M.E.N. records now open to the public at Emory

The records of the SCLC/Women's Organizational Movement for Equality Now, Inc. are now available at the Rose Library. Founded in Atlanta in 1979, the group focused on the needs of women and families, including early work to address HIV.