With support from a Templeton Foundation grant, Emory psychologist Scott O. Lilienfeld will study whether the ability to recognize that you might be wrong can be a buffer against political and religious extremism.
Winship Cancer Institute and the Atlanta Falcons have teamed up in a month-long initiative to promote early detection of cancer through the NFL's Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer initiative.
Out of hundreds of submissions, Emory Creative Writing Director Jericho Brown's collection "The Tradition" is one of just five finalists named to the prestigious "short list" for the 2019 National Book Award for poetry.
The CARES program, the largest registry that collects data on survival rates from out-of-hospital cardiac arrests, is expanding its reach with a goal of including all 50 states in the U.S. and the District of Columbia in its registry, thanks to support from a public-private collaboration.
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Experience a concert of original music that draws its lyrics from love poems by Blake, Shakespeare, Yeats and others. "The Folly of Desire" will be at the Schwartz Center on Friday, Oct. 18.
Emory will celebrate Homecoming Oct. 24-27 with a full schedule of festivities for students and alumni, including the annual parade and festival, this year featuring a concert by Emory alum Kristian Bush of Sugarland.
Physicist Connie Roth has been elected as a 2019 American Physical Society Fellow. Only eight APS Fellowships have previously been awarded to Emory faculty, and Roth is the first female recipient for Emory.
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