Special feature: Summer of service

Special feature: Summer of service

From teaching reading to refugees to drafting policy at City Hall, Emory students spend the summer making an impact in Atlanta.


Emory graduate students, alumni win Fulbright grants for global study

Emory graduate students, alumni win Fulbright grants for global study

Fourteen Emory PhD students and young alumni will travel to nine countries in the coming year to conduct research or teach English as part of the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

Emory University Hospital ranked No.1, Emory Saint Joseph's ranked No. 2 in Georgia by U.S. News

Emory University Hospital ranked No.1, Emory Saint Joseph's ranked No. 2 in Georgia by U.S. News

For the seventh year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Emory University Hospital the No. 1 hospital in Georgia and metro Atlanta in its 2018-2019 Best Hospitals Guide.

SurveyMonkey adds Emory dean to board of directors

SurveyMonkey adds Emory dean to board of directors

SurveyMonkey, a leading global provider of survey software products, adds dean of Goizueta Business School, Erika James, to its board of directors. The SurveyMonkey board now has an equal representation of women and men.


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Healthy Emory Connect links Emory employees together

More than 10,000 employees now use Healthy Emory Connect, a free app that connects key elements of health and well-being including sleep, activity, nutrition, stress management and emotional health.

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Special feature: The plant hunters

Journey deep into the pine forests of South Georgia as Emory ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave leads students in a search for secrets of ancient remedies that may benefit modern medicine.

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Two Emory graduates named Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows in Georgia

2018 Emory graduates Lorenzo Harmon and John Wang were selected for the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship, which recruits top aspiring educators to teach science and math in high-need rural and urban schools.

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'Empress' details history of India's 'Queen of Queens'

Emory historian Ruby Lal's new book explores the extraordinary life of Nur Jahan, who led troops into battle, killed a tiger with a single shot and was the only woman to rule over the Mughal empire.