New faculty members showcase interdisciplinary strengths of Emory College

New faculty members showcase interdisciplinary strengths of Emory College

From a biology professor with a PhD in physics to an English professor who studies the history of medicine, new Emory faculty members highlight interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching.


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New academic year brings new programs, faces

The nine schools that make up Emory University have big plans for the 2015-16 academic year. Here's a roundup of what's new and noteworthy for each school.

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Incoming scholar-athletes bring excellence to classes, sports

Emory's applicant pool of scholar-athletes gets stronger each year. Meet members of the Class of 2019 who will contribute both academic and athletic talents to the university.

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Fall courses put high-profile issues at the head of the class

From Ferguson to climate change, Emory professors offer multidisciplinary courses exploring the critical issues of our time. Explore a sample of fall semester classes that are timely, creative or just plain cool.

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How do you know? New first-year seminars shine spotlight on evidence

This fall, Emory debuts first-year seminars focused on primary evidence across a variety of fields -- the culmination of years of planning that ended with a new educational initiative praised as a model for other universities.


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Orientation features #FirstDayEver photo booth

New students, their families and volunteers mugged for the camera during Move In Day for the Class of 2019.

OMG Booth Photos

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Emory swimmer posts fastest 100-meter breaststroke time at national contest

Emory University's Andrew Wilson enjoyed an auspicious debut on Thursday at the Phillips 66 National Swimming Championships in San Antonio, Texas.

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Gilbert's spirit, expertise a hallmark of campus life career

When Alexandra "Lex" Gilbert retired in July after seven years in the Emory Campus Life Office of Health Promotion (OHP), she left her indelible mark on dozens of OHP initiatives and bequeathed her indefatigable "can do" spirit to the office's students, staff and faculty.

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Tick research benefits animal, human health

As summer sets in, and insects become more abundant, most of us look for ways to avoid them, especially the parasitic ones like ticks. But Elizabeth Gleim, visiting assistant professor in biology at Oxford, actually seeks these creatures out.

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