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Ebola virus can lurk in the eyes for months

When Dr. Ian Crozier was discharged from Emory University Hospital, he thought his near-fatal battle with Ebola was over. But less than two months later, he was back at Emory with an eye that had changed color and was losing sight. After saving his life, could doctors also save his vision?

Campus unites to mourn Charleston shooting

Members of the Emory community gathered Friday at Candler School of Theology for a prayer vigil in response to the attack on Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Helping young poets find their 'Brave New Voices'

Library staff member Jamie Weems isn't a poet, but there are 600 young poets she'd like you to meet. The lifelong friendship between Weems and Hodari Davis built the bridge that brings the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival to campus next month.

Scientifically, 'Jurassic World' stinks

As "Jurassic World" continues to top the box office, Emory paleontologist Anthony Martin explains what's missing from the movie and the world it creates. Martin presents a "Dinosaurs After Dark" talk at Fernbank Museum on Friday.

Photos: Emory celebrates W.B. Yeats' 150th birthday

An enthusiastic crowd filled the Carlos Museum Reception Hall for "Here Still/Still Here," a celebration of the sesquicentennial of Irish poet W.B. Yeats' birth. The evening featured readings, music and more.

Take Note

President Obama names Emory nursing professor to National Cancer Advisory Board

Mobile App Catalog creates one-stop shop for Emory apps

International Euphonium Tuba Festival offers free campus concerts

Panel to discuss career options for science PhDs

Emory receives $3 million commitment to expand new model of care for Parkinson's patients

Faculty in the News

James Wagner and Wright Caughman
"'Most Influential Atlantans' speak about whom they most admire," Atlanta Business Chronicle, June 19

Andra Gillespie
"Mass shooting in South Carolina," BBC World Service, June 19

Mark Bauerlein
"English class in Common Core era: 'Tom Sawyer' and court opinions," New York Times, June 19

Starting an exercise program

Engage Emory

Ready to exercise more, but unsure where to begin? The next installment of “Starting an Exercise Program” — a free, online webinar offered by the Faculty Staff Assistance Program — will be Wednesday, July 1, from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Register to receive the link to participate.

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