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Emory chosen to help create the medical school of the future

The American Medical Association has selected Emory to join a consortium to transform medical education to better align with the 21st century health care system, then quickly spread these innovations to other medical schools around the country.

Emory Law clinic assists veterans with benefit claims

As Emory joins the nation in celebrating Veterans Day on Nov. 11, Emory Law's Volunteer Clinic for Veterans is succeeding in its goal to provide free legal assistance for veterans and their families. Learn more about how Emory supports veterans.

Award winners tackle global health problems, boost Emory's profile

From a professor and an alumna dedicated to solving global health issues to an administrator focused on international recruitment, meet the 2015 recipients of awards from Emory's Office of Global Strategies and Initiatives.

Lionfish study explores idea of eating an ecological problem

A beautiful but ferocious ocean carnivore, the lionfish has invaded the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic. Environmental scientist Tracy Yandle and her students want to know if fishing could tame the lionfish problem in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

'Driving Miss Daisy' playwright to discuss creativity, Atlanta ties

Alfred Uhry -- the only playwright to win a Pulitzer Prize, an Academy Award and a Tony Award -- speaks on campus Nov. 18 as part of the Creativity Conversations series. Find out about his upcoming visit and his history in Atlanta.

Take Note

Reminder: Staff should complete Title IX training by Nov. 15

Workshop offers advice on how you can get support caring for aging adults

Records Management program helps departments learn what to keep or destroy

Emory, Georgia Tech, CDC team wins Wagner Prize for strategy to predict vaccine responses

Faculty in the News

Saad B. Omer
"Statins may dampen response to flu vaccine," New York Times, Nov. 4

Mark Goldfeder
"Houston's ugly debate over gay rights can be avoided," Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 5

Jill Perry-Smith
"You can't think outside the box if you're stuck in your inner circle," Inc. Magazine, Nov. 5

Volunteers participating in Emory Cares Day

Engage Emory

Emory Cares International Day of Service is Saturday, Nov. 14, offering dozens of ways to help your community. You can sign up for Emory Alumni Association projects in Atlanta and other cities around the world, or sign up for Volunteer Emory projects in the Atlanta area.

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