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Emory toasts Supreme Court marriage ruling

See photos from Monday's campus toast to marriage equality and hear from Emory Law experts about the impact of the Supreme Court's historic decision granting same-sex couples the right to marry in all 50 states.

New benefit helps employees caring for adult loved ones

Professor Lynne Huffer (right) and her life partner, Tamara Jones, sought advice through the Emory Care Consultation when Jones' mother began showing signs of memory loss. Find out how to access this important new benefit.

July: 10 things to do for $10 or less

Beat the heat with a wide range of campus activities this month -- from peaceful walks in the woods to pool parties, plays, poetry and plenty more. Many are free for Emory employees and welcome participation from friends and family members.

Heart study focuses on AJC Peachtree Road Race runners

As the largest 10K race in the world takes to Atlanta's streets July 4, researchers at the Emory School of Medicine will examine the cardiac function of 80 runners to shine light on the effects of exercise on the heart.

Scientists solve mystery of glacial earthquakes

Physicist Justin Burton helps provide an "unprecedented understanding" of how a glacial earthquake evolves, a major step in studying iceberg calving events in near-real time and from anywhere in the world.

Employee essay contest winner meets with President Wagner

In a one-on-one discussion, Campus Services supervisor Gerald Coleman shared his thoughts on "What's good at Emory?" Read the essay that earned him a meeting with the president.

Take Note

WorkLife workshops help parents learn about college admissions, financing

Sessions offer tips for performance management

Emory University, Eurofins Scientific sign joint venture

Emory Law hosts Supreme Court justices from Mozambique

Faculty in the News

Randy L. Hanzlick
"An unusual concept in Freddie Gray case: Homicide by omission," Washington Post, June 27

Elena Conis
"In bid for stricter vaccine rules, officials grapple with decades-old distrust," NPR, June 27

Andra Gillespie
"Inspired by injustice, politicians speak boldly on race," NBC News, June 23

July 4 pool party at the Student Activity and Academic Center

Engage Emory

Celebrate Independence Day with a pool party at the Student Activity and Academic Center. Enjoy a "patriotic splash" contest, games, food and more. Meal ticket sales start at 10:30 a.m. with the party from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free for SAAC members; $10 day pass for non-members.

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