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Standing with the world against violence

Hundreds of members of the Emory community came together Monday for a candlelight vigil in response to violence around the world, including last week's deadly terror attacks in Beirut and Paris.

Emory University announces Presidential Selection Committee

The process for selecting Emory's next president achieved a significant milestone on Friday with the announcement of a 14-member Presidential Selection Committee. Learn more about the committee.

Discovery predicts future kidney disease with simple blood test

A study led by Emory cardiology research fellow Salim S. Hayek has identified a common protein in the blood -- measured by a simple test -- that can reliably predict a person's risk of developing chronic kidney disease months or even years before it starts causing damage.

An inside look at reinventing The Wheel

This semester, Emory's student-run newspaper transformed from a twice-weekly "print first" approach to a "digital first" format supported by a completely redesigned weekly print edition. Get to know the student editor leading the charge.

Art exhibit explores the female experience

"And She Was," an exhibit and performance piece by Emory College alumna Megan Watters, opens Thursday evening in the Emory Visual Arts Gallery. As Schwartz Artist-in-Residence, Watters has been working with Emory College students to explore concepts related to femininity.

Take Note

Expert will discuss Turkey's commitment to fighting ISIS

Deadlines approach for faculty grants and writing groups

Emory's 'Team Ebola' wins statewide Hospital Hero Award

Faculty in the News

Carol Anderson
"The roots of racial disharmony at Mizzou," Newsweek, Nov. 15

Benjamin Hertzberg
"Mormons set to quit church over policy on gay couples and their children," New York Times, Nov. 13

Jeffrey P. Koplan
"Six cities win tobacco-free performance awards," China Daily, Nov. 11

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Engage Emory

Ready to take your next step toward quitting smoking? Thursday is the Great American Smokeout and Emory offers several ways to get involved. Smokers and non-smokers can sign a pledge to either quit smoking or give up another unhealthy habit, with a prize drawing for those who sign by noon on Nov. 19. Other educational events are also planned.

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