Remembering John Lewis: A dear friend and inspiration to Emory

Remembering John Lewis: A dear friend and inspiration to Emory

Emory lost one of its dearest friends and fiercest inspirations with the passing of civil rights luminary and longtime U.S. Rep. John Lewis. As an activist, member of Congress and Emory Commencement speaker, Lewis forged strong connections with the university.


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Butterfly genomics: Monarchs fly differently, but meet up and mate

A new study from the lab of Emory professor of biology Jaap de Roode confirms that while the eastern and western butterflies fly differently, they are genetically the same.

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Marsteller’s legacy of masterful mentorship, advocacy in the sciences continues

Patricia Marsteller, who retires Aug. 1, has been a fierce and early advocate of programs to encourage undergraduate science research and study, especially for students who are underrepresented in STEM fields.

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Emory statement on the death of Rep. John Lewis

Deeply saddened by the passing of Congressman John Lewis, Emory joins Atlanta and the rest of the country in mourning the loss of a remarkable leader and friend.

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Emory community mourns passing of civil rights leader C.T. Vivian

Emory Libraries and the Emory community are mourning the passing on Friday (July 17) of Rev. C.T. Vivian, 95, a civil rights leader who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr. and spent his life speaking out for equality for African Americans.

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Candler faculty help establish guide for eventual worship reopening safety

Faculty at Emory’s Candler School of Theology were integral to compiling a guide outlining how congregations can eventually move forward with in-person worship — but do so safely. The guide is available in both English and Spanish.

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Research Roundup: Recent grants and publications for Emory faculty and staff

Research is an integral part of Emory, from the sciences to the humanities. Here’s a sample of recent grant awards across campus along with newly published research findings.