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Candler student wins prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Jeania Ree Moore will use her scholarship to study beauty and justice in the doctrine of creation, while also continuing her desire to "do work outside the four walls of the church."

Emory WaterHub celebrates grand opening on Friday

Emory's new water reclamation center, the first and only WaterHub in the country, will recycle up to 400,000 gallons per day. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and public tours are set for April 17.

Professor's memoir takes honest look at unlearning racism

In "How I Shed My Skin," Emory novelist and playwright Jim Grimsley explores the racism he was taught as a white child growing up in the South and his journey to move beyond it.

Nursing dean joins White House climate change roundtable

Linda McCauley, dean of Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, was invited to the White House last week to discuss the impact of climate change on human health.

CNN Dialogues to explore films about social justice

Matthew Bernstein, chair of Emory's Department of Film and Media Studies, joins a panel discussion Thursday presented in partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights, CNN and Emory.

Take Note

Emory Report eBulletin debuts new mobile-responsive design

Lincoln assassination sermons now accessible on Emory digital scholarship website

Exhibit features student research on African American photo collection

Emory Law panel to explore the business case for diversity

Emory hospitals awarded for quality achievements in stroke care

Faculty in the News

Doug Mulford
"Chemistry departments try to attract more students by retooling the major," Wall Street Journal, April 13

Eddy Von Mueller
"Students ready to relive their childhoods with reported 'Full House' reboot," USA Today College, April 8

Cassandra Quave
"1,000-year-old remedy may cure MRSA, still faces market hurdles," National Geographic, April 9

Engage Emory

Help Emory get ready for its day of pageantry, Commencement Day, by volunteering for the Chair Rodeo. The annual opportunity to help set up 14,000 chairs on the Quadrangle is Wednesday, May 6, from 9 a.m. to noon. Register now to volunteer.

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