Emory University marks 175th Commencement

Emory University marks 175th Commencement

View complete coverage of Commencement, including keynote speaker Bryan Stevenson, video highlights, profiles of outstanding students and more.


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Drive-through COVID-19 testing takes 'huge team effort' from Emory staff

Emory's drive-through testing site is the result of a "huge team effort" from staff across multiple areas of expertise, including clinical providers, facilities management, IT, lab techs, supply chain, security and more.

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Emory's 42nd annual Staff Fest goes virtual with 'Stronger Together' theme

Emory's time-honored tradition of Staff Fest looks different this year, but will still take place virtually on Friday, May 15. Complete your own version of the fun walk/run, join a ZUMBA or WERQ class, or team up for trivia challenge and other activities.

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Transformative solar power agreement will help Emory reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Emory will install more than 15,000 solar panels across 16 buildings on its Druid Hills campus, which will generate approximately 10 percent of the university’s peak energy requirements and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 4,300 metric tons.

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Class Day moves online with speaker, senior awards and honors

A Commencement tradition, Class Day 2020 featured a special message from Comedy Central comedian and actor Ronny Chieng and the presentation of multiple awards to undergraduate students.

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Classes that click: Linguistics

Sofia Garcia-Arias did not want to complete her senior year as a remote learner, but the experience reinforced her ties with Emory. Professor Susan Tamasi admired how resilient Garcia-Arias and other students were, and was pleased they were successful despite the challenges.

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From social justice to storytelling, Emory College class orator speaks out for others

Emory College class orator Adama Kamara is a first generation American who has seen how facing fears can help build legacies — for herself and others. After graduation she will combine those lessons with storytelling traditions to speak on behalf of marginalized groups.