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Climate@Emory gains new support from provost, deans

As Emory students and faculty join thousands at the U.N. Climate Conference in Paris, Emory Provost Claire Sterk announces additional support for the Climate@Emory initiative. Learn more about the program and follow students' experiences in Paris.

Need gift ideas? Shop Emory for the holidays

From games and grooming to food and fashion, consider adding products created by Emory alumni to your holiday shopping list. Check out these options available online and in some local retail stores.

New breast cancer treatment combines surgery, radiation

A new tool in the fight against breast cancer allows patients to undergo a one-time radiation treatment during surgery. Meet the first patient and doctors to use the treatment at Emory University Hospital Midtown, one of only three centers in Georgia where it is available.

Nano-walkers take speedy leap forward with rolling DNA motor

Led by Emory's Khalid Salaita, physical chemists have devised a rolling DNA-based motor that's 1,000 times faster than any other synthetic motor, giving it potential for real-time applications like disease diagnosis.

Take Note

Emory leadership responds to student concerns

Emory employees invited to enroll in course on higher education law

Get free storage for your bike during winter break

Emory Eye Center mourns loss of Henry F. Edelhauser, professor emeritus

Faculty in the News

Jeffrey Lesser
"The dramatic power struggle behind impeachment in Brazil," TIME, Dec. 4

Seth Norrholm
"Recent news can be overwhelming. Here's how to deal with it," GPB, Dec. 4

Jessica Spencer
"The slow crawl to designer babies," CNN, Dec. 3

Students petting a therapy dog

Engage Emory

Relieve the stress of final exams with the Woodruff Library Pet Therapy Study Break, set for Monday, Dec. 14, from noon until 4 p.m. in the Jones Room. Students can pet and play with dogs from Canine Assistants, as well as Beowulf, Emory's own full-time therapy dog. Walk-ins are welcome, but signing up in advance is recommended.

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