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President Wagner urges attention to refugee issue

In a letter to the Emory community, President James Wagner encourages attention to the plight of refugees and other migrants displaced by the catastrophe unfolding in Syria, Libya and Iraq.

Indigo Girls share their memories of Emory

As Amy Ray and Emily Saliers get ready to headline Saturday's Homecoming concert, they look back on their days as Emory students, when they performed at residence halls, sold their first single in the bookstore, and missed classes for out-of-town gigs. Hear why they keep coming home to Emory.

Emory receives record $572.4 million in external research funding

In 2015, Emory researchers received the largest amount of funding from external agencies in the university's history. From preventing childhood mortality to improving vaccines, find out more about Emory projects focused on improving health.

Endowed professorship elevates study of India's Telugu culture

Already strong in the study of South Asia, Emory is now home to the first funded professorship for Telugu literature and culture outside of India, thanks to a gift from the Koppaka Family Foundation.

All grown up: Adults with congenital heart defects

For the first time, more adults than children have congenital heart defects. Once not expected to survive beyond childhood, they are leading full, active lives with help from experts like the physicians at Emory's Adult Congenital Heart Center.

Take Note

Search advisory committee appointed for next dean of Oxford College

Emory-Glenn Sunday commemorates partnership between university, church

Social Justice Dialogue tackles socioeconomic barriers at Emory

Emory hosts inaugural Global Youth Health Summit

Emory Psychiatry seeks support for National Alliance on Mental Illness walk

Faculty in the News

Bruce Ribner
"Some health experts say the USA hasn't learned lessons from Ebola experience," USA Today, Sept. 23

Drew Westen
"Hurricane Trump," New York Times, Sept. 23

Sheila Tschinkel
"'Should the Fed raise rates?' is the wrong question -- here's the right one," Business Insider, Sept. 20

Emory Homecoming parade

Engage Emory

Celebrate Homecoming 2015 with dozens of events this weekend. Be sure to wear your Emory attire for Saturday’s Spirit Day, featuring the Homecoming parade, festival and concert. See the full schedule of events welcoming students, alumni, faculty, staff and other members of the university community.

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