Speeding sepsis response: Stopping it in time

Speeding sepsis response: Stopping it in time

Sepsis is a leading cause of death in American hospitals, and often death comes because sepsis is spotted too late. At Emory, new monitoring systems and education on the subject are working to catch sepsis before it rages out of control.


How will the shifting political winds affect U.S. climate policy?

How will the shifting political winds affect U.S. climate policy?

Emory seniors Emily Li and Jennie Sun were part of an Emory delegation to Marrakech, Morocco, in November for a U.N. Climate Change Conference. Shortly after the event began, Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election.

Emory senior, recent graduate named 2017 Schwarzman Scholars

Emory senior, recent graduate named 2017 Schwarzman Scholars

Emory senior Caiwei Huang and alumnus Zihao Zhang are among 129 students from across the globe awarded Schwarzman Scholarships for graduate study next year in China. They are Emory's first Schwarzman Scholars.

Upward mobility boosts immunity in monkeys

Upward mobility boosts immunity in monkeys

Social status affects patterns of gene activity in the immune cells of rhesus macaques, a collaboration between Duke and Yerkes researchers found.


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Folger Library director praises Emory's First Folio programming, shares Shakespeare effect

Michael Witmore, director of the Folger Shakespeare Library, visited Emory this week to discuss "The Wonder of Will" and why Shakespeare's work still resonates today. The First Folio exhibit continues on campus through Dec. 11.

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Innovative campus sustainability projects get boost from Incentives Fund grants

From reducing waste at Emory Athletics games to building a "living wall" in the heart of first-year student housing, winners of this year's Incentives Fund grants have diverse plans to further green goals on campus.

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Faraaz Hossain honored with social justice award

Faraaz Hossain, an Emory junior who died this summer during a terror attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh, has been awarded the 2016 Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice.

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Campus holiday drives offer diverse ways to give back

From donating toys for children to providing food for families, there are many ways to join the Emory community in helping those in need during the holidays.


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Helping professors find time to think

Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 5

Are Jews white?

The Atlantic, Dec. 5

Emory library acquires papers of civil rights journalist

Washington Post, Dec. 4

Trump's Cuba policies consistent with Republican views

CNBC, Nov. 27

"We're standing on the precipice of a post-antibiotic era. We just haven't fallen off yet."

- Cassandra Quave, Emory ethnobotanist, on plant-based solutions to antibiotic resistance

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