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Carter discusses response to Ebola in African countries

Education and earning the public's trust are keys to preventing future epidemics, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter explained in a speech to Emory's Ebola Faculty and Community Forum.

Farmworker health project expands with help from Emory Medicine

While fruit and vegetable cultivation in Georgia brings in more than a billion dollars a year, pickers remain low paid with little access to health care. Clinic teams from Emory's PA, PT and MD programs travel to South Georgia to offer free care.

Candler's Centennial Conference inspires 'Prophetic Voices'

Some of the best minds in theological education gathered for an academic conference at Candler School of Theology to consider pressing issues facing theology in the coming century.

Digital scholarship offers innovations for teaching in the humanities

The new Atlanta Studies Network website was one of several Emory projects on display at "Teaching and the Digital Humanities," hosted at Emory by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Take Note

Denim Day supports survivors of sexual assault

Enjoy culture and sport at Emory's International Festival and World Cup

Emory joins DARPA-funded Ebola research team led by Inovio Pharmaceuticals

Pioneering Emory surgeon Daniel C. Elkin is focus of new exhibit

Faculty in the News

Jeff Lesser
"Brazil VP says government is 'paying attention' to protests," New York Times, April 14

Manish Tripathi
"NBA tests waters in Cuba, but not everyone's happy," CNBC, April 14

Joel Bowman
"Atoms roam in search of a chemical mate," Sydney Morning Herald, April 13

Engage Emory

Come to the Jones Room in the Woodruff Library on April 23 from 4:30-7 p.m. and transform recycled library catalog cards, using a variety of art supplies, into new works of art and poetry for the "It's in the Cards" exhibit. Enjoy light refreshments and music while you paint, collage, draw, write poetry and more.

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