This summer, more than 30 Emory students are interning for Atlanta nonprofits, learning what it means to be not just a leader - but a servant leader.
One of the world's most famous works of art is now restored and back on view, thanks to an international team including Emory's Bonna Wescoat.
With the spring winners, Emory athletes have been awarded 10 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships for the 2013-14 academic year, tying the record for the most at a single institution in one year.
More than 1,800 fans of Latin and Greek are coming to Emory for the National Junior Classical League's national convention, a week of events for students and teachers.
'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes': Apes vs. humans, finding common ground
Is war ever truly inevitable? In the latest installment of Emory Looks at Hollywood, conflict resolution expert and Emory professor Shawn Ramirez gives advice about how the apes and humans in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" could avoid war.
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Faculty, post-docs, and current graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for funding to pursue open access publishing.
Twenty-eight members of the Swimming and Diving Team were recognized by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for their athletic and academic efforts during the 2013-14 season.
MARBL is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Raymond Danowski Poetry Library with a poetry track at the Decatur Book Festival during Labor Day weekend and special events beginning in October.
In her book "Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life," Melody Moezzi credits her family with helping her come to terms with her bipolar disorder.