As they finish their senior year sheltering at home, 5,925 high school students learned March 25 that they are the final students admitted to Emory's Class of 2024. Leaders inside and outside the classroom, they are among the most academically talented students in the world.
With supplies of medical personal protective equipment strained amid the COVID-19 outbreak, a cross-disciplinary team at Emory Healthcare and the Georgia Institute of Technology is working on a new effort to supply thousands of face shields to health care professionals on front lines.
The Hawks Foundation and State Farm are providing support to deliver meals to frontline workers treating COVID-19 patients at Emory Healthcare through a multi-week meal program that will bolster the Atlanta restaurant community.
Emory’s Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit is participating in a clinical trial testing a vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19, the first such vaccine to be tested in the United States.
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For the second year in a row, four Emory College students have won the nation’s top scholarship for undergraduates studying math, natural sciences and engineering. Pushkar Shinde, Krishna "Ananthu" Pucha, Kim Sharp and Taylor Dover all plan to pursue doctoral degrees.
To deepen understanding of the faculty experience and assess faculty satisfaction on multiple dimensions, Emory faculty members are encouraged to complete the online COACHE survey by the extended deadline of April 20.
Emory's campuses are quiet, but it’s still Dooley's Week! The Student Programming Council revamped its plans for this week’s festivities to accommodate the remote learning currently in effect. Activities include daily social media challenges, Google Hangouts and a Netflix Party on Friday.
"Classes that Click" is a series spotlighting how Emory is adapting undergraduate courses to remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Each column will showcase one course, with insights and tips from both the professor and students.
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