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Lewin takes the helm of Emory Healthcare

Jonathan S. Lewin, MD, began his tenure at Emory on Monday with a jam-packed calendar, including visits to Emory Healthcare facilities. Lewin serves as the University's executive vice president for health affairs and president, CEO and chair of the board of Emory Healthcare.

Emory joins Georgia Prospers coalition to promote equality

Emory recently joined a group of businesses and organizations to launch Georgia Prospers, an initiative dedicated to the principle that nondiscrimination is essential for the state's continued economic growth and quality of life.

February: 10 things to do for $10 or less

Go outside and get your hands dirty with volunteer trips to the organic farm at Emory's Oxford College, among the many entertaining and educational events in February. Check out our list of 10 things to do on campus this month, all costing $10 or less.

Soul-searching continues for both political parties

Political science professor Andra Gillespie discusses the challenges both Democrats and Republicans face in the primaries and general election as they fight for the souls of their parties.

Photos: Healthy New YOU Expo

The annual Healthy New YOU Expo, held Friday at four different locations, offered Emory employees the chance to enjoy a variety of exhibits and demonstrations geared toward healthier living. View photos from the expo, including a performance by the always-popular 1599 Line Dancers.

Take Note

National security expert Koh to speak at Emory Law

Discussion to explore refugee crisis through health care, human rights

Free heart screenings aim to reach 10,000 African-American women; volunteers needed

Winship Cancer Institute joins national effort urging HPV vaccination

Faculty in the News

Tonio Andrade
"Flying rats and festive fireworks," Wall Street Journal, Jan. 29

Uriel Kitron
"Zika outbreak: The mosquito menace," BBC News, Jan. 29

Paul Root Wolpe
"Emory Center for Ethics director faces some of the most complex and controversial issues in medicine," Atlanta Magazine, Jan. 28

Theaster Gates

Engage Emory

Founders Week, Emory’s midwinter academic festival, continues through Feb. 6 with a variety of lectures and special events. On Wednesday, award-winning Chicago artist and professor Theaster Gates will discuss “Art, Imagination and the Possibilities of Place” for the annual Goodrich C. White Lecture. See the full schedule.

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