Emory historian Deborah Lipstadt's acclaimed 2005 book, "History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier," which chronicles her exoneration by a British court in a sensational libel trial, is being made into a feature film.
A national nursing icon and Georgia nursing leader, Verdelle Bellamy died on April 22. She was 88. Bellamy was known as a pioneer in the nursing profession. She was one of the first two African American students to graduate from Emory University in 1963, where she earned a master's degree in nursing from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing.
John Schuerholz, legendary president of the Atlanta Braves, will serve as grand marshal of the Winship Cancer Institute 5K run/walk to be held on Saturday, October 3.
Compelling images from Emory students' study abroad trips are now on display in the Computing Center at Cox Hall. Entries in the Center for International Programs Abroad photo contest spanned more than 25 countries.
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Emory's values of "excellence, integrity and optimism" were on display at the Employee Council Town Hall, an annual tradition giving employees an opportunity to ask questions of the university's top leadership.
As a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow, English professor Benjamin Reiss will spend the next academic year working on a cultural and literary study of modern sleep patterns.
Professor Anita Corbett and PhD student Orion Keifer are the first recipients of the Eleanor Main Graduate Mentor Awards, created to showcase the importance of mentoring in graduate education.
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"Anyone who has worked professionally in this [legal] field for very long could not have been surprised. I was not surprised in the least. It's sufficiently egregious, and this clearly fit within the way the RICO statute has been applied since 1970."
- Morgan Cloud, professor of law, on whether calling the Atlanta Public Schools a criminal enterprise is a stretch of the law.