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Get ready to hear these 'Brave New Voices'

Hundreds of young poets arrive at Emory this week for the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival. Public performances on campus include Wednesday's Opening Ceremonies and Thursday's Queeriosity event. Register now for tickets, which are free but going fast.

Emory ranks in top 10 'greenest universities'

From extensive campus green space to academic courses on the environment, Emory's commitment to sustainability is among the best in the nation, according to Learn how you can help make Emory even greener.

John Lewis Fellows explore human rights in new summer program

Three Emory College students are among 20 American and 10 European scholars selected to spend four weeks studying diversity and minority rights -- the most from any university in the fellowship's inaugural year.

Emory physicians fill list of 'Top Doctors' in metro Atlanta

More than half of those honored in this year's "Top Doctors" issue of Atlanta magazine are Emory Healthcare doctors, members of the Emory Healthcare Network, or faculty in the Emory School of Medicine.

First images of dolphin brain circuitry hint at how they sense sound

Dolphins are intelligent, social animals, but until now, little was known about how their brains work. Thanks to research led by Emory neuroscientist Gregory Berns, we now have the first picture of the entire dolphin brain and the connections within.

Take Note

Emory University passwords must be changed by Sept. 9

Campus climate survey on sexual assault seeks faculty, staff responses

Blomeyer Health Fitness Center to change management

Workshops offer support for employees in recovery

Half of all heart disease deaths could be prevented, study finds

Faculty in the News

Natasha Trethewey
"In Harper Lee's 'Go Set a Watchman,' a less noble Atticus Finch," Washington Post, July 11

Karen S. Rommelfanger
"Scientists demonstrate animal mind-melds," New York Times, July 9

Michele Schreiber
"The sneaky power of Amy Schumer, in 'Trainwreck' and elsewhere," New York Times, July 8

Engage Emory

Add some exercise to your work day while avoiding the summer heat with "Meet Me @ The Tunnel," a six-week, indoor walking group that meets at noon on Wednesdays to walk the tunnels connecting Emory's hospital facilities. The first walk is set for July 22; meet at the tunnel entrance on the first floor of Emory University Hospital, near the valet entrance.

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