With a seed gift from the Kenneth Cole Foundation in 2002, Emory launched the CBSC program, which soon became a national model for integrating research and classroom learning with community engagement.
Emory College alumna Lisa Cooper has become a global expert in understanding health disparities. She will discuss her latest book during a virtual Emory Alumni event July 22.
Emory scientists tap big data to target a tiny predator and the viral diseases it spreads, including dengue fever and Zika.
The forced experiment of remote learning served as a prime opportunity for Emory faculty to rethink and retool their teaching. Technology improved the experience, but faculty and students agree that an in-person, experiential education is difficult to replace.
Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. Read a sampling of recent accolades, including awards for professional contributions and leadership appointments.
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.
A $1 million gift to Candler School of Theology will establish an endowment supporting a permanently funded postdoctoral fellowship in Jain studies, which will advance Candler’s growing work in interfaith education for Christian leaders.