Join the conversation with faculty-facilitated sessions held daily from Jan. 17-20 to hone in on Emory's emerging priorities, identified through extensive input from the community.
The Emory community joined the nation in celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. through community service and events featuring inspiring speakers who encouraged students, faculty and staff to continue working for social justice.
Students who completed Robert Franklin's "Faith and Politics" course last month knew they would get in-depth exposure to how politics and faith interact. What most didn't expect was that it would mark a turning point in understanding their call as leaders.
With the presidential inauguration just days away, it's already been a busy academic year for social sciences librarian Chris Palazzolo. But then, even a non-presidential election year is busy in his specialty areas.
Community is at the center of public events planned to celebrate the Feb. 8 inauguration of Emory President Claire E. Sterk as the university's 20th president and first female chief executive. Tickets become available Friday.
In her new novel, "The Radius of Us," Marie Marquardt, scholar-in-residence at Candler School of Theology, examines the hardships Latin American teens face fleeing gang violence and seeking asylum in the U.S.
The nine schools that make up Emory University have big plans for the new semester, from exciting events and programs to ambitious strategic planning. Here's a roundup of what's on tap.