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Carter shares wisdom, wit with Emory students

No topic was off limits as President Jimmy Carter addressed his 34th town hall meeting as Emory University Distinguished Professor, before being honored with the President's Medal. Learn more about Carter's remarks and campus reaction.

Emory celebrates Homecoming 2015

From the Big, Bold, Blue and Gold Parade to a free concert by the Indigo Girls and the Shadowboxers, dozens of activities are on tap as Emory celebrates Homecoming through Sunday. Find out how you can join the fun.

Chemistry Center addition turns up the heat for grand opening

Expect sparks when the Chemistry Center marks its grand opening during Homecoming. Events include a "ribbon immolation" with molten iron, befitting the spirit of the space designed to foster innovative research and education.

Cyclist with a mission bikes across the U.S.

After biking 6,000 miles to raise awareness for bone marrow donation, cyclist Amy Giver ended her journey at Emory University Hospital, where she was greeted by her sister, cancer researcher Cindy Giver. View her arrival at Winship Cancer Institute's Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Center.

Aging with HIV: New frontier, new challenges

About half of all Americans with HIV are 50 or older. They're retiring, becoming grandparents, and facing ailments from diabetes to arthritis -- all things they never thought they'd live long enough to experience. Meet survivors and Emory physicians helping to understand this new frontier.

Take Note

Panel tonight will discuss redemption, death penalty and Kelly Gissendaner

Thursday event explores impact of Pope Francis's remarks to Congress

Emory tests Canvas as possible replacement for Blackboard

Faculty in the News

Wendy Armstrong
"Drug goes from $13.50 a tablet to $750, overnight," New York Times, Sept. 20

Thomas More Smith
"The Fed knows what it's doing by teasing rate hikes," Fortune, Sept. 18

Andra Gillespie
"Three female scholars break down Fiorina's debate performance," New Republic, Sept. 17

Walking outside

Engage Emory

Looking for ways to increase your Fitbit steps for the Move More Challenge? Check out employee walking groups listed through the Faculty Staff Assistance Program. Many kick off this week, including the popular Meet Me @ Lullwater Preserve series and groups at multiple medical campuses.

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