Inspired by a biology assignment, two Emory freshmen turned their idea for a faster, less expensive Ebola test into a crowdfunding campaign that is gathering steam.
"Mama and Papa Lala: 30 Years of Hatch-Billops Films" celebrates the couple who documented African American art and culture for decades.
An Emory Center for Digital Scholarship event introduces four faculty members' digital humanities projects, including ebooks, a layered map and an interactive magazine.
In a visit to Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, Jeanette Kagame addresses the "courage and commitment" of her country's citizens.
President Jimmy Carter speaks to Emory freshmen
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, University Distinguished Professor at Emory, answers questions posed by first-year students at his 33rd annual Carter Town Hall.
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Woodruff library announced a 60-day free trial of the digital Loeb Classical Library which began on on Sept. 17 and will end on Nov. 17, 2014. There are over 500 volumes in this series and which have been digitized and made available to Emory students, faculty and staff.
Former Emory University softball All-American Megan Light is one of nine finalists for the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
Goizueta Business School Dean Erika James was recently named one of 10 women "of power" by Black Enterprise. James appeared on the top list of women making an impact in education.
The Emory Oxford Men's Tennis program played in the Young Harris Invitational Tennis Tournament to kick off the fall season. The Eagles fought hard playing some tough experienced players from four-year schools.