A University Course helps students understand poverty and how to fight it with history lessons, site visits and interdisciplinary scholarship.
Emory biologist Jaap de Roode hopes to inspire students to understand the importance of insects through lectures, labs and field trips, in his Maymester course "Insect Biology."
What keeps people at Emory, maternity benefits, directions in online education, and supervisor evaluations were discussed at the 2014 Employee Town Hall meeting.
Nichole Phillips, who considers herself both a social scientist of religion and a practical theologian, uses the social sciences as an analytical tool in her teaching in the Candler School of Theology.
Emory professor examines life as an American Muslim
Emory law professor Abdullahi An-Na'im discusses his new book "What is an American Muslim?" and the overlap between faith and citizenship.
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Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, President of Charles Schwab Foundation and SVP of Charles Schwab and Co. Inc., addressed a standing-room-only crowd at Goizueta, sharing details of her new book: The Charles Schwab Guide to Finances After Fifty: Answers to Your Most Important Money Questions.
Marketers from around Atlanta and the southeast gathered to discuss trends and the future at this year's EmoryMAC conference.
Oxford College's Library Specialist, Kim David, has recently received a nomination from the Georgia Writers Association for the 50th Georgia Author of the Year award in the children¿s book category for her book, "Stella the Sweet Potato¿s Amazing Journey."
Healthy Eagles serve as peer educators, helping their fellow students learn how to have a healthy lifestyle.