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Exhibit showcases 'Indigenous Beauty' of Native American art

More than 100 rare works of North American indigenous art will be on display at the Michael C. Carlos Museum beginning Oct. 10. Related events include tours, talks and even a cooking class.

Emory installs AED devices to help victims of sudden cardiac arrest

Minutes matter for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. To speed response, Emory has installed 300 automated external defibrillator (AED) units across its campuses and placed AEDs in all police cars. Learn how you could help save a life.

Evidence Town Hall examines 'flat Earth hoax'

In the inaugural Evidence Town Hall, professors from two different disciplines will discuss evidence disputing that Christopher Columbus' voyage proved the Earth is round. Beyond debunking the myth, the goal is to get students thinking deeply about what constitutes evidence and how it is used.

Winship researchers look for key to cancer's spread

Understanding cancer cell behavior is a fundamental step toward advancing precision medicine. In a new video, Winship Cancer Institute researchers show how they're isolating and studying "leader" cells that may be the key to cancer metastasis.

Mastering law to serve the global good

"I want to help ease suffering and provide justice for people who are lost," explains law student Tsering Choedon. An India-born Tibetan, she is using an Emory Law education and her own life experiences to further the cause of stateless people.

Take Note

Traffic advisory: Water main break closes lane on Houston Mill Road

Oxford 5K will benefit Michael J. Fox Foundation

Symposium to explore 'war' on civil justice system

Emory honored for sustainability initiatives

NCI five-year grant extends nanoparticle research targeting pancreatic cancer

Faculty in the News

Laurie R. Blank
"Was the attack on the Kunduz hospital a war crime?," Washington Post, Oct. 8

Jia-Chen Fu
"The secret project that conquered malaria and led to a Nobel Prize," U.S. News & World Report, Oct. 6

Jesse T. Jacob
"Emory given grant to study spread of infections in hospitals," WABE-FM Atlanta, Oct. 6

T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets"

Engage Emory

Enjoy a special performance of the Cooke Noontime Concert series on Friday, Oct. 16, in the Matheson Reading Room of Candler Library. A reading of T.S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets” by Eliot scholar Ronald Schuchard will be interspersed with music performed by the Vega Quartet.

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