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.”
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.
U.S. Sen. Jon Ossoff has been selected as keynote speaker for Emory's Class Day, a student-organized event for students receiving bachelor's degrees at this year's Commencement. Emory's Class Day will be Thursday, May 13, leading into Commencement weekend.
The dynamics of the neural activity of a mouse brain behave in a peculiar, unexpected way that can be theoretically modeled without any fine tuning, suggests a new paper by physicists at Emory.
James W. Curran, dean of the Rollins School of Public Health, has announced his plans to step down as dean. He will continue to remain actively engaged in his position until a new dean is selected and arrives.
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.
All members of the Emory community are invited to celebrate National Volunteer Week by putting "Emory Cares" into action April 15-26. Learn about opportunities for students, faculty, staff and alumni.