Emory president responds to guilty verdict in murder of George Floyd

Emory president responds to guilty verdict in murder of George Floyd

“Although there was accountability today, there is still much left to be done,” President Gregory L. Fenves says, noting that at Emory “we have a responsibility to use our knowledge and talents and lead with our values.” Read his full statement.


New Emory Telehealth EMS program aims to improve rural Georgia emergency care

New Emory Telehealth EMS program aims to improve rural Georgia emergency care

In 14 rural counties, Georgians who need emergency medical care will have access to Emory doctors and specialists even before they reach a local hospital through a new telehealth initiative.

New Georgia COVID-19 data adds important local dimension to national tracking tool

New Georgia COVID-19 data adds important local dimension to national tracking tool

Emory University researchers have enhanced their dynamic national COVID-19 Health Equity Dashboard to provide more localized information on the impact of the pandemic in communities across Georgia.

Fighting toxic soil contamination

Fighting toxic soil contamination

When Emory environmental scientist Eri Saikawa and her student tested soil samples from Atlanta’s Westside neighborhood, what they found was “shocking and heartbreaking.” Learn more about Saikawa’s work in the series “I am an Emory Researcher.”


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National Science Foundation awards graduate research fellowships to outstanding Emory students, recent grads

The National Science Foundation has awarded coveted Graduate Research Fellowships to several Emory students and recent graduates, including Emory College seniors Kim Sharp, Charlotte Wang and Taylor Dover.

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Diversity strategic planning process fueled by a ‘ready’ campus

Under the leadership of Carol Henderson, Emory’s first chief diversity officer, a diversity strategic planning process is giving all major constituencies a voice. Seven communities will share findings for university-wide response in November 2021.

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Four Emory undergrads win Goldwater Scholarship for math, science research

For the third consecutive year, Emory had four exceptional students selected for the nation’s top scholarship for undergraduates studying math, natural sciences and engineering.

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Emory’s dance program keeps moving through the pandemic’s challenges

During a year when so many activities were canceled, Emory’s dance faculty found ways to continue in-person classes and performances — including the annual spring concert set for April 29 to May 1.