Former child soldier studies global development at Emory to give back

Former child soldier studies global development at Emory to give back

Garang Buk Buk Piol was once a child soldier in Sudan. Today, he is pursuing a master's degree in global development at Emory so he can return to foster social and economic progress in his home country.


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International Awards highlight Emory’s global impact

Meet the recipients of Emory's 2019-2020 International Awards, celebrating the extraordinary work of a faculty member, an international alumnus and a staff member in the global community.

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Emory biologist receives grant for male contraceptive research

Biology professor Steven L'Hernault is working to develop a platform to use nematode worms to screen for male contraceptive candidates that block the binding of sperm and egg.

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Healthy Emory helps employees focus on well-being

The Healthy New YOU Expo returned Thursday, Jan. 9, with more than 1,500 Emory employees enjoying exhibits and demonstrations centered on healthier living. See photos and learn about ongoing wellness programs at Emory.

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New TheoEd Talks from Candler School of Theology set for Feb. 9

As part of its initiative in public theological education, TheoEd Talks feature church and academy leaders sparking conversations that change the way people think about faith.

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Spring Cinematheque series explores history of African Americans in American films

The Emory Cinematheque, a weekly series of free film screenings, presents "African Americans in American Film" for its spring 2020 program.

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50 diverse Atlanta small businesses selected for support through Emory’s Start:ME program

Start:ME, led by Goizueta Business School, offers free training for small business owners in East Lake, Clarkston and Southside Atlanta. Businesses in the 2020 cohort represent a broad spectrum from baking to fitness to farming and beyond.