Motorcycle crash survivor reclaims life with help from Emory doctors

Motorcycle crash survivor reclaims life with help from Emory doctors

After a horrific accident, Jalen Richardson found hope and healing with help from Emory physicians at the Grady Burn Center, a service dog named Shadow and his National Guard unit.


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Swimming and diving teams win UAA Championships

For the 22nd consecutive year, the Eagles brought home both the women’s and men’s swimming and diving team UAA Championship titles. They host the Emory Invitational Feb. 21-22 before the NCAA Championships in March.

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Spillover: Why germs jump species from animals to people

When a disease spreads from one species to another it is known as a “spillover event.” Although not yet confirmed, preliminary evidence suggests that the virus that causes COVID-19, the 2019 coronavirus disease, may have originated in horseshoe bats in China.

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Human rights lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson to deliver Emory Commencement address

Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Montgomery, Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative, will deliver the keynote address at Emory University's 175th Commencement, scheduled for Monday, May 11.

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Annual recycling competition diverts almost 400 tons of waste from landfills

The Emory community set new records during the university’s annual recycling competition. The Candler School of Theology/Rita Ann Rollins/Pitts Library won the 2019 title by composting and recycling over 37,000 more pounds in November 2019 than in November 2018.

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Acclaim: Recent honors for Emory faculty and staff

Emory faculty and staff are routinely recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. Learn about some recent accolades, from book awards and fellowship designations to honors from professional societies and other nations.

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Feast of Words celebrates Emory faculty authors and editors

The Emory community gathered on Feb. 10 for Feast of Words, the university’s annual celebration of faculty authors. Ninety-eight faculty members authored or edited a total of 104 books in 2019.