Emory Eye Center's Soroosh Behshad and Natalie Weil are two physicians making a difference to Syrian refugees in Jordan. Over the last year, both have made visits to Jordan to provide surgical and clinical eye care for refugees and also to educate Syrian providers.
Emory alumnus Fahamu Pecou examines contemporary blackness through the lens of African spirituality in "DO or DIE," a new exhibition at the Michael C. Carlos Museum.
The nine schools that make up Emory University head into the new semester with innovative initiatives, achievements to celebrate and a full slate of engaging speakers and events.
Inspire your own creativity with a broad spectrum of arts events, including concerts, film screenings, literary readings, theater performances and more.
The Emory Cinematheque, a weekly series of free film screenings, presents "Glorious Color!" for its spring program, kicking off Wednesday, Jan. 16.
Emory's Office of Government and Community Affairs is monitoring the partial government shutdown and is in close contact with Georgia's congressional delegation, explaining the local impact and urging a resolution.
Through a partnership between Emory and Atlanta's PATH Foundation, two new bicycle-pedestrian pathways will be constructed this year that will connect the South Peachtree Creek PATH trail system to the heart of campus.