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Gates Foundation partners with Emory Global Health Institute

The Emory Global Health Institute will be lead partner in a new Gates Foundation-funded surveillance network that aims to prevent child mortality in developing countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and south Asia.

Rushdie reflects on impact of Emory experiences

Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie, Emory's 2015 Commencement speaker, looks back on his years as University Distinguished Professor and Distinguished Writer in Residence.

McMullan Award winner puts emphasis on inclusion, acceptance

Jovonna Jones has devoted countless hours to ensuring other students feel included and accepted at Emory through organizations like the Center for Women and the Black Student Union.

Brittain Award winner helps others with health

Through research and community service, Amanda Garcia-Williams has reached out to help others improve their physical and mental health, including extensive work on suicide prevention.

Sy overcomes obstacles to achieve academic excellence

Kadiata Sy was 11 years old and spoke no English when her family moved to Atlanta. On Monday, she graduates from Emory as a Bobby Jones Scholar, one of the university's top undergraduate honors.

New Arabic Studies major gains first graduate

Kate Moran, who plans a career in international development, will be the first student to graduate with a major in Arabic Studies, a new degree option focused on Arabic language and culture.

Take Note

Carpool or telecommute to help ease Commencement traffic

May weekends offer musical celebrations

Easing dystonia symptoms with deep brain stimulation

Nursing professor develops intervention for effects of military sexual trauma

Faculty in the News

Erika James
"Business schools are fighting over top women," Wall Street Journal, May 7

Michael Lewis
"NBA MVP Award: Stephen Curry's brand, marketing worth could rise with award," International Business Times, May 3

Carol Anderson
"Baltimore won't bring change," Boston Globe, May 1

SAAC pool

Engage Emory

Student Activity and Academic Center summer family memberships begin Friday, May 15, and continue through Labor Day. Swimming, cookouts, contests, summer fitness and more are available at a special rate for families of Emory faculty and staff.

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