In Emory’s new ancient DNA lab, students explore genetic lineages of the deep past to better understand modern-day populations of the Americas.
With health in mind, Emory’s 39th annual Carter Town Hall was held virtually, as students watched a special message from Emory professor and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, then heard his eldest grandson, Jason Carter, answer their questions live.
Emory faculty and staff are frequently recognized for their work locally, nationally and internationally. Read a sampling of recent accolades, including book and podcast awards, professional society honors and more.
Emory professor Dianne Stewart’s latest book, “Black Women, Black Love: America’s War on African American Marriage,” is a new look at a troubling topic and evolved from her own teaching, research and support of friends and colleagues.
Approximately 60 potential students learned more about their graduate programs of interest through "Learning about Laney," a preview vistation day that went virtual this year. The visit day and LGS-SOAR are two ways Laney Graduate School reaches diverse scholars.
Emory celebrates Homecoming Oct. 19-25 with a wide range of activities for both students and alumni. Most events will be held virtually, opening them to more participants and exploring new takes on some time-honored traditions.
Emory’s Rose Library and Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry will host an online panel discussing "Defining the Black Reconstruction Archive" on Oct. 20. The event, moderated by Kimberly Wallace-Sanders, is part of a tribute series honoring Pellom McDaniels III.