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Nov. 18, 2014 |

String quartet connects music to class lessons

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Each semester, the Vega String Quartet partners with professors in a variety of disciplines to perform music that enhances lessons learned in the classroom.

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Photos document work with communities around the world

Emory -- Georgia Tech team wins NFL contest for concussion device

Vaccines have complex history in the U.S., Emory historian says

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From empowering women in India to improving water access in Ethiopia, winning images from the Masters of Development Practice photo contest showcase the program's broad reach.

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A team of physicians and engineers from Emory and Georgia Tech won the Head Health Challenge II for their device iDETECT, designed to provide quick, easy assessment for mild traumatic brain injuries.

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Americans have vaccinated not only for medical reasons, but also based on other factors including political and cultural fears, history professor Elena Conis asserts in her new book, "Vaccine Nation."

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Engage Emory

Emory joins the Great American Smokeout on Thursday, Nov. 20. Take the pledge before noon Thursday and be entered to win a pair of AMC movie tickets. Emory Wellness Champions will be handing out goodies on campus, too. Learn about free tobacco cessation programs from the Faculty Staff Assistance Program.

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