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Emory to lead National Ebola Training and Education Center

Bruce Ribner, medical director of Emory University Hospital's Serious Communicable Disease Unit, will serve as principal investigator for the national center, created to support training of health care providers on managing Ebola and other emerging infectious diseases.

Momentum website helps donors 'give to what gets you going'

Tapping into the power of crowdfunding and social media networks, Emory's new Momentum website aims to connect individual donors with compelling projects that fit both personal interests and university priorities.

Emory ranks among top universities worldwide for U.S. patents in 2014

Showing the strength of Emory's faculty research and in-house patent program, the university placed in the top 100 in the world for the most U.S. patents granted in 2014. Learn about a few of the biomedical technologies patented last year.

Math explains why for sharks, it's the opposite of smooth that moves

Just in time for Shark Month, professor Alessandro Veneziani explores the mathematical reason that rough skin makes sharks swim faster -- and how it can be applied to everything from airplanes to your heart.

Historian's memoir wins Georgia Author of the Year Award

Professor Clifton Crais employed his academic training to examine his own tumultuous childhood in "History Lessons," honored as best memoir. Emory alumni also took top honors for poetry and mystery writing.

Take Note

Earth Fare organic grocery store opens Wednesday at Emory Point

Digital scholarship center maps connections between Belfast poets

Cooking demonstration highlights healthy eating to help prevent cancer

Funding available for hosting academic conferences

Acclaim: Honors for Fink, Hinman, Margariti and Martin

Faculty in the News

Dabney Evans
"The hate crime you've never heard of," The Hill, July 2

Robert Schapiro
"Churches remain divided over gay marriage, debate shifts from court to pews," Fox News, July 1

Ruth Berkelman
"The 'frightening' rise of flesh-eating bacteria: Mystery, pain and amputations," Washington Post, June 29

Saving for college

Engage Emory

Get the scoop on planning and saving for your child’s education with workshops hosted by Emory’s WorkLife Resource Center. Join the wait list for Thursday’s session on college admissions and register now so you don’t miss upcoming events on school selection (July 16), 529 savings plans (July 23) and paying for college (July 30).

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