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'Day On' honors King by helping others

On Monday, hundreds of Emory students took a "Day On" instead of a day off to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr., volunteering for 15 diverse community organizations. View photos from the day and learn about King Week events that continue through Jan. 26.

Emory researchers featured on LabTV

Meet Josh Maxwell, a postdoctoral fellow studying regenerative approaches to treating congenital heart problems in children. Maxwell is one of several Emory researchers featured on LabTV, which interviews young scientists about what drew them to the field of medical research.

Author to recount shock of family's Nazi past

The child of a German mother and Nigerian father, author Jennifer Teege visits Emory next week to discuss her powerful memoir, "My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me," about discovering her link to a brutal Nazi leader.

Colloquium series explores race, difference

Led by political scientist Andra Gillespie, the James Weldon Johnson Institute kicks off its Race and Difference Colloquium Series on Monday with "The Perils of Policing Reform." The series, which runs through April, addresses history, health, education and more.

Take Note

Jeschke remembered for shaping Pitts Theology Library

New lecture series spotlights digital mapping in the humanities

Presentations examine Mediterranean archeology

Technological innovation conference comes to Emory Law

Faculty in the News

David Howard
"More Americans making it past 100th birthday," Associated Press, Jan. 20

Sheryl Gabram
"Meet the dogs who can sniff out cancer better than some lab tests," CNN, Jan. 19

Woodie W. White
"A letter to Martin Luther King Jr. - 2016," United Methodist News Service, Jan. 15

Emory professor and poet Jericho Brown

Engage Emory

Join Theater Emory for the 2016 Brave New Works festival, set for Jan. 25 through Feb. 13 at Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. The year’s festival showcases artists producing exciting and challenging work right here in Georgia, including an adaptation of English professor Jericho Brown’s poetry collection “Please."

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