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Nov. 4, 2014 |

New quantitative sciences major unites big data with Emory's strengths in the liberal arts

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Emory takes big data education in a new direction by focusing on disciplines related to the liberal arts, including anthropology, political science, history and more.

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Election 2014: News media look to Emory's political experts

Landmark study makes big step forward for autism genetics

November calendar packed with diverse arts performances

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Political science professors Alan Abramowitz, Merle Black and Andra Gillespie are among the Emory scholars lending their expertise to reporters, studies and conferences analyzing the mid-term elections.

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A large sequencing project including Emory researchers has identified many additional genes that are disrupted in autism; several have also been implicated in other diseases.

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From classical music to modern dance, Emory's arts programs offer a wide range of events this month. Highlights include violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter performing Nov. 15 at the Schwartz Center.

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Engage Emory

Host an international student in your home for a Thanksgiving meal. The Emory Alumni Association and Emory's Office of International Student Life seek faculty, staff and local alumni for the 2014 Emory Thanksgiving Dinner Program. Sign-up deadline is Nov. 12 but will close earlier if all host spots fill. Contact Natalie Cruz at 404-727-2663.

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