Emory alumnus Ben Arnon helped produce one of the summer’s most-anticipated documentaries, "Good Trouble," a celebration of legendary civil rights activist and longtime U.S. Rep. John Lewis, who has deep ties to Emory. The film debuts July 3 on video on demand.
Oxford College has received an estate gift of $8.4 million, the largest individual cash gift in its history. Funds will support student financial aid and capital and infrastructure improvements on campus.
Emory libraries will open July 6 for appointment-only, in-person research and services for Emory faculty members and graduate students. Virtual library services remain available to serve the majority of users' needs, with everything from digital downloads to video consultations and online chats.
Participants in the Diabetes Prevention Program found support, excitement and success despite transitioning to a remote format in March. Information sessions for the next series of classes start in July, with classes beginning in August.
Campus leaders provide insight into what academics and student life will look like in the next school year, as well as how they’re working to protect everyone’s health and safety.
Emory University will not require standardized tests for first-year applicants for the 2020-2021 academic year. The disruptions to testing availability caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are the impetus for this decision.
Rev. Donald Shockley, who served as Emory University’s full-time chaplain from 1979-1990, died June 8. His legacy of expanding campus ministry to include groups across the university continues today.