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Class of 2015 will be remembered for 'bold humility'

Emory's 170th Commencement, set for Monday, May 11, celebrates the diverse achievements of the Class of 2015, from academic excellence to compassionate community service.

Honors theses highlight undergraduate research

To graduate with honors from the Emory College of Arts and Sciences, students must complete an honors thesis, a comprehensive project that involves months of original research and analysis. Here is a sample of this year's projects.

'Typical American Families' photo exhibit to be unveiled at Emory

Conceived by Carlton Mackey, director of Emory's Ethics and the Arts Program, a new photographic exhibit that explores a wider view of American families opens May 7 at the Center for Ethics.

Alumnus donates baseball's historic 'Dowd Report' to Emory Law

Alumnus John Dowd has given Emory University School of Law the "Dowd Report," a 225-page reckoning that ended Pete Rose's baseball career by proving the Reds player-manager had gambled on his own team.

Bellamy leaves legacy as national nursing leader and Emory pioneer

A national nursing icon, Verdelle Bellamy, who died April 22, was one of the first two African American students to graduate from Emory University. She earned a master's degree from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing in 1963.

Take Note

Youth orchestra gives final concert of year May 6

MARBL construction nearly complete; library plaza reopens for Commencement

Russian lawyers visit Emory's Trial Techniques Program

Workshop offers strategies for caregivers of dementia patients

Omega-3 may help depression caused by certain types of inflammation

Faculty in the News

Felix Fernandez
"Worse survival after lung cancer surgery for residents of poor neighborhoods," Fox News, May 5

Steven Yeh
"Host of ailments plague African Ebola survivors," Wall Street Journal, April 30

Joanna M. Shepherd
"Supreme Court endorses Florida ban on judges seeking campaign cash," Chicago Tribune, April 29

Vega String Quartet

Engage Emory

Expect beautiful music and plenty of laughter at "Musical Jokes," the final Cooke Noontime Concert of the season. The show features humorous musical selections plus musical jokes from the performers.  The free concert is Friday, May 8, at 12 p.m. in the Michael C. Carlos Museum Reception Hall.

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