Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter spoke on campus Sept. 14 for the 35th annual Carter Town Hall, an Emory tradition since he became University Distinguished Professor in 1982.
After his release Emory University Hospital last October, Dr. Ian Crozier thought his long, near-fatal battle with Ebola was winding down. But less than two months later, he was back at Emory, with an eye that had changed color and was losing vision. The problem turned out to be Ebola, which had hidden in the eye. Emory Healthcare physicians' challenge was to treat the disease and save the eye.
Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie returned to Emory University in February as University Distinguished Professor for a public lecture on human rights.
Emory University senior Kadiata Sy has come a long way from her childhood in a refugee camp in Senegal. In this video she details her life and how she became an Emory student and Bobby Jones scholar.
In the latest episode of Emory Looks at Hollywood, Education Core Director in Emory University's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Ken Hepburn analyzes the authenticity of the movie "Still Alice."
Children under two years old can learn certain communication skills from a video, such as how to use signs in sign language, and perform similarly in tests when compared to babies taught by their parents, according to a new paper in the journal Child Development.
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Spring is always an exciting time for Emory Athletics, with seasons getting underway for baseball, softball, tennis, golf and track and field.
Cool weather and warm hugs greeted students on Tuesday, the first day of most classes for the spring semester. The campus community also welcomed the return of the Emory Farmers Market after its winter break hiatus.
While Emory missed the snow that was originally forecast, the campus sparkled under a light coating of ice. The university closed Jan. 6-7 but reopened Sunday, Jan. 8, in time for students to move in.
The Emory Libraries' Pet Therapy Study Break gave students the opportunity to take a break from studying for exams and writing final papers to play with man's best friend.
As Shakespeare's First Folio nears the end of its visit to Emory, the community gathered Dec. 5 for "The Bard and Poetry," an evening of readings from acclaimed poets Natasha Trethewey, Kevin Young and Jericho Brown.
On Dec. 1, World AIDS Day, Emory once again hosted the nation's largest collegiate display of panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt, which memorializes those lost to HIV/AIDS.