Special feature: Sara's Journey

Special feature: Sara's Journey

Emory medical student Justine Broecker was volunteering in Haiti when she met an infant, Sara, with a rare birth defect. With Broecker's help and determination, Sara would come to Atlanta for the complicated surgery she needed.


Emory names Newton senior vice president of advancement and alumni engagement

Emory names Newton senior vice president of advancement and alumni engagement

Emory University President Claire E. Sterk has announced the appointment of Joshua R. Newton as senior vice president for advancement and alumni engagement. He will assume the post on Aug. 27, 2018.

Physicists devise method to reveal how light affects materials

Physicists devise method to reveal how light affects materials

Emory physicists have developed a way to determine the electronic properties of thin gold films after they interact with light. Nature Communications published the new method, which may pave the way for improvements in devices such as optical sensors and photovoltaic cells.

Rollins researchers receive $3.7M to study World Bank's urban water supply improvement project in Mozambique

Rollins researchers receive $3.7M to study World Bank's urban water supply improvement project in Mozambique

Researchers at the Emory Rollins School of Public Health have received a $3.7 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the impact of a five-year, $140 million World Bank-funded water improvement project in Mozambique.


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Solving a museum mystery

Learn how corpse-eating flies and splotchy mineral deposits helped answer longstanding questions about the authenticity of pre-Hispanic artifacts in Emory's Michael C. Carlos Museum.

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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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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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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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