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Chemistry Center addition reflects new approach to teaching

After nearly two years of construction, the Atwood Chemistry Center addition opens to reveal a fluid, dynamic space designed to support better ways to educate science students.

Fall courses put high-profile issues at the head of the class

From Ferguson to climate change, Emory professors offer multidisciplinary courses addressing critical issues. Explore a sample of fall semester classes that are timely, creative or just plain cool.

New graduate students bring insights to pressing problems

Undergraduates aren't the only new students on campus. Get to know some of the incoming PhD students poised to be the intellectual leaders of tomorrow.

Campus dining changes emphasize fresher, healthier choices

The university's new food service vendor says "Bon Appetit" with improved menus and venues across campus. See the full list of changes for this semester.

First-year seminars shine spotlight on primary evidence

This fall, more than 30 first-year seminars will ask students to consider a crucial question: "How do you know?" The revised courses are part of Emory's new Quality Enhancement Plan, "The Nature of Evidence."

Sports teams gear up for strong fall seasons

Emory's fall sports teams are looking forward to outstanding campaigns after all five squads advanced to NCAA Division III Tournament competition last year.

Take Note

Class of 2019 attracts record number of QuestBridge scholars

Prepare for the Move More Challenge by viewing webinar

Student Digital Life launches campus-wide printing, other services

Faculty in the News

Polly J. Price
"On birthright citizenship, Congress can't 'Trump' Constitution," The Hill, Aug. 24

Andra Gillespie
"Racial identity of activist questioned but does it matter?," Associated Press via New York Times, Aug. 24

Manish Tripathi
"National Women's Soccer League faces post-World Cup obstacles: shy sponsors, hotel bedbugs," International Business Times, Aug. 21

Eran Riklis behind the camera

Engage Emory

Internationally acclaimed Israeli film director Eran Riklis begins his tenure as Schwartz Foundation Artist in Residence with an Aug. 26 screening of “Zaytoun” at 7:30 p.m. in White Hall 208. View his full schedule of events.

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