Five years after Ebola

Five years after Ebola

Five years ago, the world watched as the first of four patients with Ebola virus disease arrived at Emory University Hospital. With Ebola still very much a threat, learn how Emory is translating the learnings from 2014 to find game-changing therapies for the disease.


Emory authors shine at the Decatur Book Festival

Emory authors shine at the Decatur Book Festival

Tens of thousands of book lovers are expected to visit Decatur during Labor Day weekend, Aug. 30 through Sept. 1, for the 2019 AJC Decatur Book Festival, presented by Emory. The weekend will include more than 20 Emory faculty participating in sessions.

Migrant farm workers get free health screenings from Emory nursing students

Migrant farm workers get free health screenings from Emory nursing students

For two weeks each summer, a program led by Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing provides vital health care to migrant farm workers and their children in southwest Georgia.

Emory ready to welcome the Class of 2023

Emory ready to welcome the Class of 2023

The 1,856 students in the Class of 2023 arrive at Emory this week from all around the world, and will be met by hundreds of staff and students dedicated to helping them feel at home.


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Emory authors shine at the Decatur Book Festival

Tens of thousands of book lovers are expected to visit Decatur during Labor Day weekend, Aug. 30 through Sept. 1, for the 2019 AJC Decatur Book Festival, presented by Emory. The weekend will include more than 20 Emory faculty participating in sessions.

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Emory ready to welcome the Class of 2023

The 1,856 students in the Class of 2023 arrive at Emory this week from all around the world, and will be met by hundreds of staff and students dedicated to helping them feel at home.

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August: 10 things to do for $10 or less

August starts quietly, but moves into first gear by month's end as activities and events for fall semester get going. Find something fun to fill your time, whether it's art, sports or self-improvement.

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Klamath Henry brings new focus to Native American art at the Michael C. Carlos Museum

Emory College graduate Klamath Henry (19C) spent her summer finding ways to increase awareness of the Native North American gallery at the Carlos Museum, including creating a new SmARTy Pack activity for young visitors.