Is war ever truly inevitable? In the latest installment of Emory Looks at Hollywood, conflict resolution expert and Emory professor Shawn Ramirez gives advice about how the apes and humans in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes could avoid war.
Emory's campus services staff and volunteers set up 14,000 chairs on the Quad in preparation for spring commencement. This video shows the setup with aerial and time lapse footage.
Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. For National Stroke Awareness Month, Daniel Barrow describes the two broad categories of stroke.
Three Emory baseball players put together an exhibit on the life of baseball legend Hank Aaron, which opens April 24.
Emory law professor Abdullahi An-Na'im discusses his new book "What is an American Muslim?" and the overlap between faith and citizenship.
Emory University information systems professor Ram Chellappa discusses the issues surrounding net neutrality and how it may change the way we use the internet.
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Emory law professor and immigration expert Polly Price says tuberculosis is on the rise among Mexican- and Latin American-born persons, and it's a concern along the border, especially with the influx of children recently.
Emory University marketing professors Mike Lewis and Manish Tripathi studied baseball fandom and came up with lists of the best baseball fans in terms of loyalty and social media.
Ken Carter, psychology professor at Emory University's Oxford College, is studying high-sensation seeking people for an upcoming book on this personality trait.
Arun Jones, world evangelism professor at Emory University, is bringing together researchers in determine how to find the native Christian voice of non-English speakers.
Two doctors from the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University have pioneered a surgical procedure that is speeding recovery and improving quality of life for cancer patients.
Watch four hours of Emory University's 2014 commencement ceremonies in just one minute in this time-lapse video.