Serving students who served

Serving students who served

Building on extensive service to veterans through health care and legal aid, Emory increases outreach and support for veterans as undergraduate and graduate students.


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One Emory: Partners in student success

Meet the people bringing the "One Emory" strategic framework to life. Our profile series continues with JoAnn McKenzie, university registrar and assistant vice provost, whose team is responsible for critical student data and works across Emory to fortify pathways for student success.

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Lend a hand on Emory Cares International Day of Service

Students, alumni, faculty and staff come together on Saturday, Nov. 9, to serve communities in Atlanta and around the world during the annual Emory Cares International Day of Service. Learn how you can join in.

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Ten things to do during annual benefits enrollment

Emory's annual benefits enrollment opened on Monday, Oct. 28, giving faculty and staff the opportunity to review their benefits and make changes for the upcoming year.

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Theater Emory presents haunting sci-fi thriller 'The Nether'

Choosing your own identity and indulging your every desire sounds appealing -- until you trigger things from the darkest corners of the imagination. Theater Emory's production of the sci-fi thriller "The Nether" will be Nov. 1-17.

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Deans' Pop-Up addresses integrating aspects of liberal arts across campus

Faculty from multiple departments across Emory met at Oxford College to discuss how the Mellon Humanities Pathways Project and other cross-school collaborations can enhance students' educational experience.

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Emory Healthy Kitchen participants end a course, begin a journey

The inaugural Emory Healthy Kitchen pilot program has concluded, with employees experiencing hands-on learning in nutrition, culinary arts, exercise, yoga and mindfulness. The 10-week program also is part of a clinical trial overseen by Dr. Sharon Bergquist.