With a record-breaking number of undergraduate applicants, Emory selects the Class of 2021 from among an unprecedented field of bright, eager learners.
Atlanta Science Festival fans came to campus March 24 for "Physics Live!" and the Chemistry Carnival, featuring Emory faculty and students leading demonstrations and games designed to dazzle kids from kindergarten through high school.
"Do You Believe in Magic?" is the theme of TEDxEmory's 7th annual conference, slated for Saturday, April 1, in the Woodruff Health Sciences Center auditorium.
"Ravished," Theater Emory's final production of its 2016-2017 Year of Shakespeare, takes the nasty bits of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and sets them in an urban, industrial forest where characters collide and lose themselves.
Covering European history from the devastation of World War II to Brexit and the rise of Vladimir Putin, Emory's course on the "History of Now" gives undergraduates deeper context for today's headlines.
Emory Law's chair honoring U.S. Rep. John Lewis has been fully funded, allowing the school to conduct a national search for a scholar who will focus on areas "where racial discrimination persists."
Poems by Jericho Brown, associate professor of English and creative writing, won the Cecil Hemley Memorial Award and the Lyric Poetry Award from the Poetry Society of America.