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Emory Integrity Project to focus on ethics for undergraduate students

Thanks to a $2.6 million grant from the Templeton Foundation, the University will launch the Emory Integrity Project, a comprehensive effort to promote a culture of ethics and integrity throughout the undergraduate experience.

English professor explores the science of creative thought

Professor Laura Otis works at the intersection of scientific and literary study. Her new book, "Rethinking Thought," explores how people learn, including interviews with 34 creative thinkers ranging from writers and scientists to a flamenco dancer and cartoonist.

Cardiologist helps rank 'Best Diets' of 2016

Is healthier eating or losing weight among your new year's resolutions? Emory cardiologist Laurence Sperling joined a panel of experts for U.S. News and World Report's annual "Best Diets" rankings. Find out which diet placed first and get Sperling's three key tips to successfully manage your weight.

Emory, UGA agree to reciprocal use of core research facilities

Research leaders at Emory and the University of Georgia recently agreed to share use of 30 core facilities. The aim is to increase availability of research support services, minimize duplication of resources and expand opportunities for collaborative research.

Photos: Chilly start to spring semester

Cold temperatures and brilliant blue skies greeted students as classes began Tuesday for Emory College of Arts and Sciences, Oxford College and Goizueta Business School's BBA program. Check out these photos from the first day of the new semester.

Take Note

New clinical trials website creates easy access to nearly 1,000 Emory studies

Nominations open for 2016 Award of Distinction

Emory Center for Ethics hosts discussion of Pulitzer-winning play 'Disgraced'

Panel examines history of Nexus Contemporary Art Center

Faculty in the News

Yolanda Cooper
"Out of the stacks," Inside Higher Ed, Jan. 13

Michael A. Elliott
"American nostalgia: On Amazon's 'The Man in the High Castle'," Los Angeles Review of Books, Jan. 8

Jonathan Kim
"This disease can mimic a heart attack: Pericarditis," CNN, Jan. 5

1599 Line Dancers

Engage Emory

Mark your calendar for this year’s Healthy New YOU Expo, set for Thursday, Jan. 28, at four locations including Cox Hall Ballroom. Emory employees can enjoy health-related exhibits, cooking demonstrations, prizes and a performance by the 1599 Line Dancers to get you moving toward better health in 2016.

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