Theology students visit Haiti to explore moral leadership

Theology students visit Haiti to explore moral leadership

Graduate students in Candler School of Theology traveled to Haiti for a 10-day seminar in moral leadership led by professor and public theologian Robert Franklin, visiting with artists, academics, and spiritual and political leaders.


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Emory names new vice provost for enrollment management

Paul P. Marthers has been named vice provost for enrollment management at Emory University, a new position, in which he will lead enrollment and retention efforts of the university's four undergraduate schools.

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Graves appointed interim dean of Emory Law

Judson Graves, a longtime partner with the international law firm Alston & Bird, has been appointed interim dean of Emory University School of Law, effective Aug. 1.

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Summer reading: 8 books by Emory faculty to add to your list

Ready to relax with a good book? Whether you're in the mood for thoughtful poems, intriguing novels or compelling nonfiction, Emory faculty authors have you covered.

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Meredith Honeycutt: Continuing a family tradition of serving students

As business manager in Campus Life's Finance Center, Meredith Honeycutt helped hundreds of student leaders and student organizations over more than two decades.

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Emory University, largest employer in DeKalb County, serves as driving force for Atlanta region

Emory provides $9.1 billion in economic impact within the Atlanta region and Georgia, while supporting nearly 64,000 jobs and generating $200 million in state tax revenues, according to a new study.  

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June: 10 things to do for $10 or less

Purchase local and organic produce at the Summer Farmers Market, just one of the amenities and events you have time to enjoy as Emory's campus slows down for the summer.


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