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Wounded Warrior Project selects Emory for new veterans medical network

The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program will participate in the first-of-its-kind Warrior Care Network, connecting veterans to individualized care for two common war injuries: post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.

Emory swimmer qualifies for U.S. Olympic trials

Andrew Wilson, a rising senior majoring in physics and applied mathematics, credits Emory for helping him excel both in the pool and the classroom. He will spend the next year training for his chance to represent Team USA in Brazil for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Researchers explore the origins, processes of life

Ever look up at the stars and wonder, "Are we alone?" You can also look around Emory for possible answers, beginning with how the Computational and Life Sciences strategic initiative may be redefining life.

June: 10 things to do for $10 or less

Searching for things to do this summer? While campus events slow down between the spring and fall semesters, Emory still offers a range of opportunities focused on fun, fitness and expanding your horizons.

Reflecting on 50 years of service to Oxford College

Manual typewriters and adding machines were the tools of the trade when Sheilah Conner joined the staff of Emory's Oxford College. On the eve of her retirement, Conner reflects on the changes she's seen in five decades on the Oxford campus.

Take Note

Talk examines Congress members' effectiveness

Emory acquires Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Nexus Press records, books

UnitedLex launches groundbreaking 'legal residency' program with Emory Law

Faculty survey on Emory's engagement with India closes June 5

Faculty in the News

Joanna Shepherd
"Pennsylvania Supreme Court race could attract millions from outside funders," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 1

Michael Lewis
"Sponsors monitor corruption charges against soccer officials," NPR, May 28

Frans de Waal
"Animal behavior: Inside the cunning, caring and greedy minds of fish," Nature, May 26

Oxford College Farm

Engage Emory

Seasonal organic produce from Emory’s Oxford College Farm will now be available on the Atlanta campus. Sign up for the Community Supported Agriculture program to receive boxes of produce delivered to the Emory Farmers Market. The summer season offers pick-up at markets on June 23 and July 31.

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