View this email in your browser .

'Brave New Voices' speak out at Emory

View photos and video of the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival, which brought hundreds of passionate young poets to campus last week, and learn how Emory's Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library helped them connect to writers of the past.

TechLab explores the 'magic' of 3-D printing

Located in Cox Hall, Emory's TechLab offers 3-D printing for a wide variety of faculty, staff and student projects. Objects printed so far include models of molecules, kidneys, classical art and much more.

In Paraguay, a new approach to curbing teen pregnancy

As one of the first recipients of the new Fulbright Flex Awards, global health professor Karen Andes is creating dialogue around adolescent reproductive health. Applications for 2016-17 Fulbright grants are due Aug. 3.

Emory gets $1 million gift for religious freedom work

Thanks to an anonymous gift, Emory Law's Center for the Study of Law and Religion will increase training in religious freedom for students and bring new scholarship and fresh voices to the field.

Cystic fibrosis research partnership to expand

A grant from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will enable Emory, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Georgia Tech to grow their CF research programs, leading to improved therapies for patients.

Take Note

Repaving project begins Thursday for Eagle Row, Dowman Drive, Dickey Drive

Tennis player earns prestigious NCAA postgraduate scholarship

Goizueta marketing professors rank NFL fans

Drone offers stunning aerial views of Georgia's St. Catherines Island

Faculty in the News

Gregory C. Ellison II
"When activism is worth the risk," Chronicle of Higher Education, July 20

Joseph Crespino
"Atticus Finch offers a lesson in Southern politics," New York Times, July 16

Chandan Devireddy
"Do cellphones belong in the operating room?," Washington Post, July 14

Windows on the World exhibit poster

Engage Emory

See autographed first editions of “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Gone with the Wind,” Sherman’s map of Atlanta, Aaron Burr’s pocket watch and many other rare items in Pitts Theology Library’s “Windows on the World” exhibit, on display through Aug. 21. You can also sign up for a tour.

for more news, visit the EMORY NEWS CENTER

back to top