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Presidential Selection Committee engages campus through forums

Since November, the Presidential Selection Committee has hosted almost 40 forums to engage the campus community in the process of selecting Emory's next president and creating a shared vision for the University's future.

Feast of Words celebrates faculty authors, editors

Emory University faculty wrote or edited 121 books in 2015 on topics ranging from literature and philosophy to business and medicine. See photos from the Feast of Words event and view our infographic for more details on their accomplishments.

Emory Integrity Project reveals theme, book for inaugural year

"I Am Malala," the memoir of a young woman shot for pursuing her right to an education, will be read by all first-year students as the Emory Integrity Project explores the theme of "Standing" during the 2016-17 academic year.

February arts events include Jazz Fest

Anat Cohen performs Feb. 12 for Emory's annual Jazz Fest, one of the many diverse arts events on campus this month. See highlights of upcoming events in theater, film, music, dance and more.

Researchers co-author key statement on women's heart attacks

Emory cardiology researchers Nanette Wenger and Viola Vaccarino were among a small group of co-authors on the American Heart Association's first-ever scientific statement on heart attacks in women. Learn more about their symptoms and treatment.

Take Note

Reminder: Jefferson Award nominations due by Feb. 11

Autism Speaks selects Emory/Marcus publication as one of top 10 research papers of 2015

Georgia Bio awards recognize Emory Tech Transfer leaders

Emory psychiatry department hosts special screening of "Touched With Fire"

Faculty in the News

Fred Smith Jr.
"Sovereign immunity's effect on in-state tuition, DACA students," WABE-FM Atlanta, Feb. 3

Robert M. Franklin
"AME Church founder honored with postage stamp," Washington Post, Feb. 1

Laurence Sperling
"Promoting prevention," Georgia Trend, Feb. 1

Computer keyboard with "love" key

Engage Emory

Join the conversation Feb. 8-12 during Love Your Data Week, which celebrates the open data movement. Emory is one of 22 universities participating in this national social media event, which also includes in-person events on campus throughout the week. View the full schedule.

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