Special feature: Moving the Needle

Special feature: Moving the Needle

A national opioid epidemic is driving people from pills to heroin, filling emergency rooms with overdose cases, and killing tens of thousands of Americans every year. What are we doing about it?


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Professors research whether negative political advertising works

Goizueta Business School's Mike Lewis and David Schweidel and Yanwen Wang of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver co-authored a study that found negative political adverting is more effective than positive political advertising in senatorial campaigns.

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Unraveling the intricacies of global connectivity

The challenges of global business go well beyond language barriers. Students in Emory's Goizueta Business School are exposed to global perspectives in every aspect of their coursework, including immersive experiences abroad.

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Bestselling author T Cooper joins Emory faculty

T Cooper, author of eight books including "The Beaufort Diaries," "Lipshitz 6 or Two Angry Blondes" and "Real Man Adventures," will join Emory's Creative Writing Program faculty in the fall.

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Sterk discusses the impact and value of higher education

Responding to debates about the value of higher education for students and society, Emory President Claire E. Sterk says the university must better communicate its impact but also evolve significantly to meet the needs of the future.

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Emory acquires rare 18th-century Piranesi books illustrating ancient Rome

Emory students and scholars can now access the complete rare folio set by Piranesi (1720-1778), who documented, imagined and recreated ancient Rome — buildings, maps, mausoleums, cemeteries, street scenes and more — through incredibly detailed etchings.

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New employee wellness challenge 'Operation: Eat Right' focuses on nutrition

Track your eating habits through Healthy Emory Connect and complete four nutrition missions to earn double points toward your medical plan incentives. With Super Dietitian leading the way, Operation: Eat Right continues through July 29.


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