From Georgia farms to Emory tables

From Georgia farms to Emory tables

In partnership with the Conservation Fund, Emory makes a bold commitment to support the next generation of local farmers, while boosting the supply of fresh, sustainably grown food for the university's campus and hospital communities.


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Candler to welcome two new faculty for spring 2020 semester

The Candler School of Theology faculty will expand in January with the addition of Walter Earl Fluker and Kwok Pui Lan. Both have served Candler in other capacities during recent years.

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Emory launches new innovation space, The Hatchery; names director

Emory is launching The Hatchery, the university's newest space for student ideation and innovation. Shannon Clute has been named inaugural director of the center, which officially opens at Emory Point in January.

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Transit plan vote could propel light rail service to Emory

A proposal that would bring MARTA light rail service to Emory is among a broad package of projects slated for consideration this week when the Atlanta-Region Transit Link Authority approves its first regional transit plan.

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New English faculty bring expertise in digital humanities

Professors Dan Sinykin and Lauren Klein are pioneers in the emerging field of applying quantitative methods to literary analysis. Their work uses computers to help spot patterns in massive amounts of literature, unearthing never-told stories.

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What is a scream? Emory psychologists explore acoustics of a primal human call

Screams are prompted by a variety of emotions, from surprise to terror. But no matter what sparks them, human screams share distinctive acoustic parameters that listeners are attuned to, suggests a new study from the lab of psychologist Harold Gouzoules.

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Emory campuses recognized for increased student voter turnout in midterm elections

Both the Atlanta and Oxford campuses recently received awards for high participation during the 2018 midterm elections. Volunteers are looking ahead to 2020 and hope to further increase involvement by faculty, staff and students.