In a lively meeting of generations, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter joined first-year Emory students for the 37th annual Carter Town Hall, a long-standing tradition that offers the university's newest class a first-hand glimpse into the mind of the global humanitarian.
Out of hundreds of nominations for the prestigious National Book Awards, Carol Anderson's "One Person, No Vote" was chosen among the top 10 for nonfiction and Tayari Jones' "An American Marriage" made the top 10 for fiction.
Jennifer Gunter King will serve as the new director of Emory's world-renowned Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library, starting Oct. 15.
Facing drug addiction, Alexia Jones found healing in dance, a recovery method she now shares with others. She comes to campus Thursday through Saturday for dance performances, a workshop and a Creativity Conversation.
September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Find out what you should do to be ready for different types of emergencies that could occur on campus.
The community is urged to speak out in support of the Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative, a four-mile light rail line that would provide commuting options, decrease traffic congestion and improve sustainability in the Emory area.
A strategic search process is now underway for the next dean of Emory University's School of Law. Learn about the Search Advisory Committee and opportunities for community input.