Two Emory experts nominated to serve on Civil Rights Cold Case Review Board

Two Emory experts nominated to serve on Civil Rights Cold Case Review Board

President Joe Biden has nominated Gabrielle Dudley and Hank Klibanoff to serve on the Civil Rights Cold Case Review Board to examine and release the records of unpunished, racially motivated murders during the modern civil rights era.


‘Finding my voice’: Emory graduate shares his journey for World Refugee Day

‘Finding my voice’: Emory graduate shares his journey for World Refugee Day

Abdallah Al-Obaidi and his family fled violence in Iraq, eventually coming to the U.S. as refugees. He became a citizen during his sophomore year at Emory and is now headed to medical school as a way to give back.

Emory testing 'mix and match' booster shots for COVID-19 vaccines

Emory testing 'mix and match' booster shots for COVID-19 vaccines

Emory Children’s Center and the Hope Clinic of Emory Vaccine Center are participating in a clinical study that assesses the potential for booster shots of COVID-19 vaccines in a “mix and match” format.

Olympics bound: Former Emory swimmer Andrew Wilson makes history

Olympics bound: Former Emory swimmer Andrew Wilson makes history

Former Emory swimming standout Andrew Wilson is the first NCAA Division III swimmer to ever qualify for the Olympics.


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Nogueira, Lamis honored with Albert E. Levy Award for Excellence in Scientific Research

Neurologist Raul Nogueira and psychologist Dorian Lamis are this year’s recipients of the Albert E. Levy Award for Excellence in Scientific Research, established to recognize the contributions of Emory faculty members to the advancement of scientific knowledge.

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Voices of Inner Strength gospel choir celebrates three decades with director Maury Allums

On June 18, alumni of Emory’s Voices of Inner Strength will gather for an online reunion to celebrate friendships and faith. Learn how the choir has built a sense of community and belonging at Emory since 1985.

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Malinda Maynor Lowery named second Cahoon Family Professor in Emory College

Historian and documentary film producer Malinda Maynor Lowery will be the second Cahoon Family Professor in American History. A member of the Lumbee Tribe, Lowery has focused much of her work on questions of Native culture, identity and migration.

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Student activism, an Emory tradition

From equal rights to voting rights, from health care to the environment, the causes that Emory students align themselves with are as diverse as the students themselves. Get to know a few graduate and professional students making a difference on campus and beyond.