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President Wagner to step down in August 2016

After more than a decade leading a steady rise in academic, research and health care eminence, Emory President James W. Wagner announced Friday that he will step down at the end of August 2016.

A new generation of math geniuses gathers steam

Current and former students of professor Ken Ono agree that their mentor's methods -- intense attention to projects, a gift for creating working groups, and raw passion for his field -- combine to craft an educational experience that brings out the best in each of them.

Construction projects support university's mission

This fall, Emory is continuing several major projects designed to provide cutting-edge facilities for teaching, research and patient care. Learn what is underway.

Travel back in time with Campus History Tour app

Two Emory Libraries fellows combined history and technology to create the Emory Campus History Tour, accessible by smartphones and tablets. The project launches with a panel discussion Sept. 19, followed by workshops on building your own online tour.

Emory community urged to join sustainability conversation

After a decade of cutting-edge advances toward an environmentally sustainable campus, including the new WaterHub, Emory is crafting a vision for the future. Find out how you can give feedback on the draft "Sustainability Vision and Strategic Plan."

Take Note

Tickets available for live NPR 'From the Top' recording at Emory

Rushdie to read, discuss latest novel at The Carter Center

Beethoven's happy music opens Cooke Noontime Concerts series

Grandson of golfer Bobby Jones to speak at Woodruff Library

Emory doctors among top Latino physicians in Atlanta

Faculty in the News

Anthony Martin
"Mapping Australia's dinosaur landscape," BBC News, Sept. 11

Oliver Randall
"Banks near pact on swaps suit," Wall Street Journal, Sept. 12

Whitney Wharton
"Blood pressure meds may cut Alzheimer's risk," WebMD, Sept. 14

Engage Emory

Come out to the Open Streets of Emory Village festival on Sunday, Sept. 20. Streets will close from 3-7 p.m. for activities including a bouncy house, water slide, climbing wall, "Best in Show" dog contest, face painting and more. Emory is a sponsor and Emory musical groups are among the performers.

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