What if you pushed the nurse call button and no one came? Emory is working to make sure that never happens — and teaching those who answer the call to lead with courage and compassion.
Biomedical engineers are developing methods for decoding communications between the brain and the body's biological networks by analyzing electrical patterns in the motor control areas of the brain.
In "One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression Is Destroying Our Democracy," Emory historian Carol Anderson asserts that many of the efforts employed to impede black voters in the Jim Crow South are still being used successfully today.
Emory University President Claire E. Sterk has announced the appointment of Deborah Watkins Bruner, RN, PhD, FAAN, as the university's senior vice president for research, effective Oct. 1.
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Max Richter, hailed as a "modern-day musical genius" by the New York Times, kicks off the 2018-2019 Candler Concert Series on Friday, Sept. 28, performing with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in Emory College recently held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate separating into two standalone departments. The change will allow both new departments to grow and build on their core strengths.
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.
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.
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