Despite their hopes and aspirations for the future, too many African American young men are still being rendered mute and invisible by society, says Emory University's Gregory Ellison.
At a recent annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, students and colleagues celebrated Emory professor George Armelagos' ongoing career of 50 years.
Emory's first steps into online learning, known as MOOCs, reap unexpected and far-reaching benefits.
Juan Leon, winner of the the ASPH/Pfizer Early Career in Public Health Teacher Award, puts students first. His passion for helping people reach their potential has made him a favorite among students and a standout among fellow faculty members.
The latest video of the Emory Looks at Hollywood series offers a psychoanalysis of the great Jay Gatsby.
Julia Highsmith is an outlier: a high-achieving student from one of the country's most troubled school systems, the District of Columbia, which has become a test site for urban education reform.
Yerkes scientists have discovered that white matter, wires connecting the computing centers of the brain, begins to deteriorate earlier in the human lifespan than in the lives of aging chimpanzees.
The Emory-Children's Center for Cystic Fibrosis Research focuses research efforts on developing new therapies, drugs and devices that will improve the quality and longevity of the lives of CF patients.
Rollins School of Public Health received a gift of $2 million from the O. Wayne Rollins Foundation and the Rollins family to fund the Wilton Looney Chair of Cardiovascular Research.
The latest video of the Emory Looks at Hollywood series explores the ethics of space exploration in context of the movie, "Star Trek Into Darkness."