The global health crisis hits home for Emory, from faculty exploring possible treatments to a postdoctoral researcher who had to cancel the traditional wedding she had planned with her family in China.
The Emory community set new records during the university’s annual recycling competition. The Candler School of Theology/Rita Ann Rollins/Pitts Library won the 2019 title by composting and recycling over 37,000 more pounds in November 2019 than in November 2018.
Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Montgomery, Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative, will deliver the keynote address at Emory University's 175th Commencement, scheduled for Monday, May 11.
Emory faculty and staff are routinely recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. Learn about some recent accolades, from book awards and fellowship designations to honors from professional societies and other nations.
The Emory community gathered on Feb. 10 for Feast of Words, the university’s annual celebration of faculty authors. Ninety-eight faculty members authored or edited a total of 104 books in 2019.
Meet public health professor Kimberly Jacob Arriola, one of the people bringing the "One Emory" strategic framework to life, and learn how the Emory Impact Committee that she chairs is helping to foster collaboration across the university.
Emory is bustling with exciting events for arts enthusiasts this month, from original plays and thought-provoking lectures to concerts with two legendary musicians: saxophonist Bob Mintzer and classical guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas.