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170th Commencement celebrates Class of 2015

From the bagpipe procession steeped in tradition to stirring remarks by President James Wagner and keynote speaker Salman Rushdie, take a look back at this year's graduation ceremony, honoring the Class of 2015.

Dissertations showcase original scholarship

Emory encourages doctoral scholarship that takes risks, challenges conventions and reaches beyond the academy to make a difference in the world. Here is a sample of dissertations by this year's PhD recipients from the Laney Graduate School.

School of Medicine graduates matched with leading institutions

Using an interactive map, see the broad range of prestigious institutions where the School of Medicine's Class of 2015 will be heading for medical residencies.

Scholar/Teacher Award: Long leaves legacy of inspiring new preachers

Thomas Long, who is retiring as Bandy Professor of Preaching in Candler School of Theology, has impacted generations of young preachers through influential scholarship and nurturing students' gifts, earning this year's Scholar/Teacher Award.

Cuttino Award: Jensen mentors students for educational success

Robert Jensen, a mathematics education professor in Emory College and this year's recipient of the Cuttino Award for Excellence in Mentoring, enjoys the "vicarious thrill" of helping students and colleagues reach their goals.

Take Note

Staff Fest returns Friday with new tweaks to popular traditions

Emory launches search for executive vice president for business and administration

Faculty awards recognize teaching and mentorship

Emory Johns Creek Hospital hosts 5K Scrub Run and Health Festival

Faculty in the News

Sander L. Gilman
"Peter Gay, historian who explored social history of ideas, dies at 91," New York Times, May 12

Alan Abramowitz and Steven Webster
"Why we're voting for the wrong reasons," National Journal, May 11

Carol Worthman
"Emory professor talks impact of temple destruction in Nepal," WABE-FM, May 11

Engage Emory

Summer's change of pace provides an excellent opportunity to visit several outstanding Emory art exhibitions before they close. Get details on "African Cosmos: Stellar Arts" at the Michael C. Carlos Museum and other campus exhibits concluding over the next three months.

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