Frontiers of the brain: Emory and GPB explore the mind's mysteries

Frontiers of the brain: Emory and GPB explore the mind's mysteries

In the latest episode of "Your Fantastic Mind," Emory and Georgia Public Broadcasting discover how freezing the "hunger nerve" might help with weight loss, and the high cost of incivility and rudeness in the workplace. Watch the episodes and see exclusive content.


High Museum of Art, Emory receive $1 million grant from Mellon Foundation

High Museum of Art, Emory receive $1 million grant from Mellon Foundation

The High Museum of Art, Emory's art history department and the Carlos Museum have received a $1 million grant from the Mellon Foundation to continue the Mellon Object-Centered Curatorial Research Fellowship Program for the next five years.

President Jimmy Carter shares leadership lessons with students

President Jimmy Carter shares leadership lessons with students

With leadership education a core theme of its mission, Emory's Oxford College offered students a special discussion with Emory professor and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.

Sloan Foundation Awards fellowships to two biomedical engineering faculty

Sloan Foundation Awards fellowships to two biomedical engineering faculty

Two faculty members from the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University have been awarded research fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.


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Scholar explores impact of bias in facial-recognition software

Facial-recognition software fails most often on women of color, scholar Joy Buolamwini explained in her talk "Dangers of the Coded Gaze," presented through Emory's Provost Lecture Series.

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Emory professors nominated for NAACP Image Awards

Carol Anderson's "We Are Not Yet Equal" is a nominee for the NAACP's award for most outstanding literary work for youth, while Tayari Jones' "An American Marriage" is a nominee in the fiction category.

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Printmaker Tom Hück explores the art of provocation

Tom Hück brings his brash sociopolitical commentary to Emory with "Rival Cuts," a new exhibition at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Hück will be artist-in-residence Feb. 16-23 with a series of events for students and the broader community.

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February: 10 free things to do at Emory

Free events on campus this month include a Feb. 23 reading by poet Richard Blanco, who gained recognition after reading his poem "One Today" at President Obama's second inauguration.