A new exhibit at the Michael C. Carlos Museum unites artwork and classwork in a hands-on way, allowing Emory students to curate a first-of-its-kind show about the Ramayana in Indian painting.
In her new role, professor and administrator Pamela Scully will lead programs and initiatives focused on enhancing the undergraduate experience and supporting student success.
Emory's Rose Library is now home to the papers of poet Richard Blanco, who became widely recognized after reading his poem "One Today" at the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Emory College students Carli Kovel, Wei Wei Chen, Jason Sell and Leah Neiman will spend a year studying at the University of St Andrews as part of the prestigious Robert T. Jones Jr. Scholarship.
Twelve Emory student teams addressed the health challenges of one of Atlanta's most vulnerable populations during the 2018 Intramural Emory Global Health Case Competition, proposing strategies to improve the health and wellbeing of the city's refugee communities.
In their new co-written book, Emory professor Arri Eisen and Tibetan monk Geshe Yungdrung Konchok explore how insights from scientists and monastics enrich understandings of biology, physics and other sciences.
"Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt," now open at the Carlos Museum, showcases cats and lions, plus dogs and jackals, as domesticated pets, creatures of the wild and mythic symbols of divinity.