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Move-in Day highlights what makes Emory unique

Emory welcomed the Class of 2019 with open arms, lots of help and even choreographed dances. Hear students' first impressions and take a look back at unpacking in residence halls, the #FirstDayEver photo booth, the Coke Toast and more.

New professors show interdisciplinary strength of Emory College

From a biology professor with a PhD in physics to an English professor who studies the history of medicine, new Emory faculty members embody interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching.

Incoming scholar-athletes excel in classrooms and on the sports field

Emory's applicant pool of scholar-athletes gets stronger each year. Meet members of the Class of 2019 who will contribute both academic and athletic talents to the university.

Start of the academic year brings new programs across the university

The nine schools that make up Emory have extensive plans for the 2015-16 academic year. Here's a roundup of what's new and noteworthy.

Emory ALS Center launches new Ice Bucket Challenge with a splash

Watch as Emory ALS Center staff members join the "Every August Until a Cure" campaign, which is dedicating the month to raising awareness and funds for ALS. Find out who in the Emory community they challenge to get wet next.

Take Note

Register for the annual Winship 5K to 'win the fight' against cancer

Hone digital skills with free workshop series

Healthcare employees need to renew parking permits by Aug. 31

Emory Clinic Gynecology and Obstetrics becomes first SCOPE-certified practice in Georgia

Faculty in the News

Sandy Jap
"How to pick the perfect business partner,", Aug. 25

Walter Orenstein
"Imagine getting a flu vaccine pill, in the mail," NBC, Aug. 24

Dabney Evans
"My meeting with Fidel Castro," Pacific Standard, Aug. 20

Walking a dog

Engage Emory

Are you an employee wanting help with pet care, baby-sitting, yard work or similar tasks, or a student wanting a part-time job? The Emory Employee-Student Job Network is a free service linking staff and students for jobs related to work-life responsibilities. You’ll need your NetID and password to post.

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