Emory's Franklin, students explore moral leadership issues in South Korea

Emory's Franklin, students explore moral leadership issues in South Korea

Public theologian Robert Franklin of Emory's Candler School of Theology is taking his teaching from the classroom to the world as he leads a group of Candler students on a 10-day seminar to South Korea May 20-30.


Cold Cases Project helps students uncover history of civil rights era crimes

Cold Cases Project helps students uncover history of civil rights era crimes

Since 2011 Emory has offered an interdisciplinary Civil Rights Cold Cases class examining incidents that occurred in Georgia.

Rollins researchers develop prenatal vaccination resource website

Rollins researchers develop prenatal vaccination resource website

Researchers from Rollins School of Public Health recently developed a vaccination educational resource website designed to educate the public on prenatal vaccinations, vaccine safety and infant immunizations.

Nursing students prepare to care for veterans

Nursing students prepare to care for veterans

The first graduates to complete the Veterans Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership at Emory's Nursing School will soon begin their nursing careers at the Atlanta VA Medical Center, where all trained in various aspects of veteran's care.


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Emory announces new athletic director

Michael Vienna, Emory's new director of athletics, has served as athletic director at Salisbury University, a member of the Capital Athletic Conference, since 1993.

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Photos: Staff Fest draws crowds for fun and games

Hundreds of Emory employees filled the Quad on Friday, May 15, for Staff Fest, the university's annual employee appreciation day.

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Oxford College students 'seek peace' through Japan trip

As the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings nears, Emory students and professors are visiting Japan on a trip arranged through Oxford College's Global Connections program.

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Emory doctoral student's painting acquired by new Smithsonian museum

"But I'm Still Fly," a painting by artist-scholar Fahamu Pecou, has been acquired by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.