Emory-led digital memorial shines new light on slave voyages

Emory-led digital memorial shines new light on slave voyages

Recently updated, "Slave Voyages: The Transatlantic Slave Trade Database" uses big data to bring history to life, offering researchers and visitors a more complete portrait of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.


Bringing LGBTQ health to the forefront

Bringing LGBTQ health to the forefront

At Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, LGBTQ issues and broader issues of diversity and inclusion move beyond the margins and into the forefront of the curriculum.

'Conversations with Claire' video series features HIV expert Anthony Fauci

'Conversations with Claire' video series features HIV expert Anthony Fauci

Emory President Claire E. Sterk discusses ending HIV with Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who has advised five presidents on HIV/AIDS.

Four Emory debaters win study tours to Paris in Lafayette Debates

Four Emory debaters win study tours to Paris in Lafayette Debates

Four Emory Scholars, all members of the Barkley Forum for Debate, Deliberation and Dialogue, won study tours to Paris this month, having placed among the top speakers in the prestigious 2019 Lafayette Debates U.S. National Championship.


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Emory employees walk more than 2 billion steps for 2019 Move More Challenge

Nearly 6,500 Emory employees created teams, laced up their shoes and logged more than 2 billion total steps during the 2019 Move More Challenge.

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'Operation: Eat Right' employee nutrition challenge returns

Operation: Eat Right, Emory's annual nutrition challenge, encourages employees to improve health habits in three main areas: hydration, produce consumption and fiber intake.

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Emory sports teams win three NCAA Division III national championships

Emory's varsity athletics teams won three NCAA Division III national championships in the 2018-19 season, with volleyball, women's swimming and diving, and men's tennis bringing home top honors.

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Spelman president and Emory professor discuss representation in African American photographs

Spelman College President Mary Schmidt Campbell recently joined Emory professor Kimberly Wallace-Sanders, curator of Emory's "Framing Shadows" exhibit, for a fascinating conversation about portraits of African Americans serving as caregivers for white children.