Professors become students to prepare dynamic remote instruction

Professors become students to prepare dynamic remote instruction

To prepare for fall remote learning, more than 800 undergraduate faculty completed intensive training in online course design and teaching. Learn about their creative approaches, from home lab kits in chemistry to digital “movie trailers” to help students connect concepts in American Studies.


Emory ranked among top national universities by U.S. News

Emory ranked among top national universities by U.S. News

Emory University ranks 21st among the nation’s top universities in the new 2021 Best Colleges guidebook from U.S. News & World Report.

Podcast based on Emory class focuses new season on Ahmaud Arbery killing

Podcast based on Emory class focuses new season on Ahmaud Arbery killing

"Buried Truths," the award-winning podcast based on Emory's Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project, devotes its new season to the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. The seven-episode series is based on research by students and professor Hank Klibanoff.

Emory, Fulton County study shows importance of proactive COVID-19 testing to prevent further infection

Emory, Fulton County study shows importance of proactive COVID-19 testing to prevent further infection

Emory researchers, in collaboration with Fulton County Board of Health, have found that testing for COVID-19 in long-term care facilities before cases were known to occur resulted in lower overall COVID-19 cases.


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Decatur Book Festival events feature African American poets whose papers reside at Emory

The Decatur Book Festival winds down with two events featuring poets with Emory connections: Kevin Young speaks Sept. 22 and Natasha Trethewey speaks Oct. 4. Both are former Emory professors whose papers are part of the university’s rich archives of African American poetry.

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Emory's Center for the Study of Human Health hosts author Q&A series

The Health and Human Experience author series kicks off Sept. 24, when Emory senior fellow Maryn McKenna, a veteran science journalist, interviews Debora MacKenzie about her new book, "COVID-19: The Pandemic that Never Should Have Happened and How to Stop the Next One."

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Active Works invites employees to make the active choice

Healthy Emory encourages faculty and staff to add more movement to their day by taking the Active Works pledge and finding small ways to incorporate activity.

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Learn about Emory resources during National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. Find out what you should do to be ready for different types of emergencies that could occur on campus.