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Interdisciplinary project analyzes 'patchwriting'

"Patchwriting," lightly editing content in an attempt to reshape it as original thought, can be a slippery slope. Math and computer science professor James Lu will study the controversial method as one of Emory's new Interdisciplinary Faculty Fellows.

Vega String Quartet invited to play major concert in Vienna

Next month, Emory's quartet in residence will make its debut at Vienna's famed Musikverein -- "the Carnegie Hall of Europe." The quartet performs free concerts on campus on Oct. 16 and Nov. 6.

Photos: Emory joins Atlanta Pride Parade

Dozens of Emory students, staff, faculty and alumni marched in the Atlanta Pride Parade on Sunday to celebrate the fight for LGBT equality. Emory has long been heralded as a leader for LGBT rights in the South.

Emory receives CDC grant to prevent spread of infectious diseases

As a new member of the CDC's Prevention Epicenters Program, the Emory University School of Medicine will research infection control and prevention in health care facilities. Find out how Emory will work with Georgia Tech and Georgia State University on the project.

Public health students gain REAL experience

In the Rollins Earn and Learn (REAL) work-study program, Emory MPH and MSPH students have access to valuable work opportunities while they gain public health experience in real-world settings. Learn more about how students are applying their Rollins education.

Take Note

Oxford College student arrested for social-media threat

Symposium examines Jewish ethics and race

Emory Law workshop explores vulnerability, resilience

Reformation Day to discuss role of Ten Commandments in past and present

Faculty in the News

Robert Bednarczyk
"Measles vaccine gaps put U.S. at risk, reports show,", Oct. 9

Rafael Pardo
"Court could unshackle Americans from student debt," Bloomberg News, Oct. 8

Alan Abramowitz
"How did the Democrats become favorites of the rich?," New York Times, Oct. 7

Fall pumpkins

Engage Emory

Join in the fun as Emory Miracle hosts its Fall Fundraising Festival on Thursday, Oct. 15, from 4-7 p.m. at Asbury Circle. Enjoy apple cider, hot cocoa, pumpkin decorating, carnival games and more to raise funds for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

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