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May 28, 2013 |

Emory student climbs Mt. Everest

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Nicholas Gibson, an Emory physician assistant student, combined his passion for mountaineering and medicine to serve as the medic for an all-military team climbing Mt. Everest in order to raise money for wounded soldiers and awareness of veterans' health issues.

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Emory, Georgia Tech receive first human exposome center grant in U.S.

Patrick Allitt: 'One of the great teachers you need to have'

Willie Bannister: Helping students reduce risk of alcohol and substance abuse

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Rollins School of Public Health and Georgia Institute of Technology have received a $4 million grant to establish a center that will study how all of the environmental exposures encountered by humans affect us.

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Get to know the lively scholar-teacher who is the first to hold the Cahoon Family Professorship of American History.

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Emory Profile: Willie Bannister landed in Emory's Office of Health Promotion as a substance abuse prevention counselor via an unusual route.

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Engage Emory

Get discounted tickets and enjoy the season finale of the Atlanta Sacred Chorale on June 1 at 8 p.m. "Psalms, Hymns & Spiritual Songs" will feature these three musical forms, handed down from generation to generation. A reception with chorale director Eric Nelson and the singers follows.

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