The new center will unify digital support services into a centralized resource within the Woodruff Library that allows access from across campus.
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The annual book festival has Emory as a partner sponsor, a keynote speech site and, new this year, a participant in the visual and performance arts.
Two Emory employees share their experiences with Goizueta's Evening MBA Program, which offers working professionals the flexibility to remain employed while pursuing a degree.
Sam Shartar specializes in thinking ahead - the CEPAR administrator plans and coordinates Emory's response to catastrophic events.
Emory Looks at Hollywood: Psychoanalysis of Superman
In the latest video of the Emory Looks at Hollywood series, Jared Defife, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory's School of Medicine offers a psychoanalysis of Superman.
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Summer brings the annual return of science teachers to Emory's Oxford Institute for Environmental Education, which uses hands-on learning to inspire classroom innovations.
Imagine crafting new cells to help a heart attack patient: That's the vision of Emory cardiologist Young-sup Yoo, who is doing groundbreaking research in stem cell technology.
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Emory's Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library is using a digital exhibition, The Artists' Books Showcase, to explore the format of the book as an artistic medium.
Watch as undergraduate fellows at Emory's Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry share their experiences and favorite moments in YouTube videos.