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Professor honored for life's work in journalism, civil rights project

Hank Klibanoff, James M. Cox Jr. Professor of Journalism, will be inducted into the Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame tonight for his work as a journalist and director of the Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project at Emory. Learn what drew him to "The Race Beat."

School of Nursing ranks fourth in nation for NIH research funding

Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing climbed to fourth among nursing schools receiving research funding through the National Institutes of Health -- the highest total in the school's history and a testament to its commitment to improving health care delivery and patient outcomes.

Sports teams win as fall season winds down

Cheer on Emory's soccer teams as they play their final home games at Woodruff PE Center on Saturday, while the Emory volleyball team heads to the University Athletic Association championships this weekend as the No. 1 seed.

New agreements bolster research gateway with Brazil

Recent partnerships with the Sao Paulo Research Foundation and Fulbright Brazil strengthen Emory's commitment to Brazil, one of five countries the university has identified as strategic gateways to international engagement.

Emory commemorates veterans with Nov. 11 campus ceremony

The Emory Veterans Association invites the community to gather on the Quad at 10:55 a.m. on Veterans Day for a ceremony honoring those who have served our country in the military.

Take Note

Ambassador to give update on U.S. priorities in Africa

'Wayne's World' director Penelope Spheeris to speak at Emory

Event showcases digital scholarship in the humanities

Emory Law announces Kang as new Bederman Scholar

Faculty in the News

David Howard
"Doctors, hospitals say 'no' to Obamacare plans," U.S. News & World Report, Nov. 4

Hubert Tworzecki
"Did Poland just vote in an authoritarian government?," Washington Post, Nov. 3

Ken Carter
"The millionaire daredevils," BBC, Oct. 29

Basket of fresh produce

Engage Emory

Get tips to prepare quick, nutritious food with “30 Minute Meals,” a free webinar offered Nov. 11 and Nov. 17 by the Faculty Staff Assistance Program. Register now to learn easy solutions for when you’re short on time, regardless of your level of cooking experience.

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