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Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Emory women’s golf wins first NCAA national championship
The Emory women’s golf team captured the first-ever national championship in program history May 13, shattering the NCAA Division III championship record for a four-round team total. Emory’s Ellen Dong won the individual national championship.


Ukraine president discusses future of higher education
Addressing the Association of American Universities, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy discussed the state of education in Ukraine and the resiliency of Ukrainian students, faculty and staff. He emphasized the importance of democracy and the role young people have in resisting injustice. Watch the full conversation.


Join the School of Medicine’s inaugural Diversity Week activities
May 16-20 is full of activities to celebrate the range of identities and experiences that make up our community. Join a lecture, view the virtual poster session, visit the “Many Voices Tell Our Story” art exhibition and more.

Seniors honored with awards during Class Day Crossover
The Class of 2022 celebrated Class Day Crossover with a reception, remarks from former NASA astronaut and retired U.S. Navy Capt. Scott Kelly, and the presentation of several awards.


New interfaith pre-orientation program sparks WISE connections among incoming Emory students
Through a week spent visiting sacred sites on campus and in Atlanta, participants in the Welcoming Interfaith and Spiritual Exploration program made friends who stayed close throughout the academic year. Registration for the next cohort is now open.


Students take on public health challenges in Emory Global Health Case Competition
Imagine an Olympic Games that requires the host country to dramatically improve the health of its people, wildlife and natural environment. This was the situation presented to student teams in the 2022 Intramural Emory Global Health Case Competition.

Oxford men's tennis claims national title
The Emory Oxford men's tennis team secured their sixth straight NJCAA national title in dominating fashion. This year's tournament was hosted on Oxford's campus for the first time and featured five teams competing for the trophy.
Take Note
If you're on campus, check the summer schedules for Emory Dining venues
If you're on campus, check the summer schedules for Emory Dining venues

Apply for a Hatchery Discovery Incubator Grant through June 17
Apply for a Hatchery Discovery Incubator Grant through June 17

Goizueta faculty rank in the top 2% of scholars worldwide
Goizueta faculty rank in the top 2% of scholars worldwide

Emory-led collaborative puts COVID tests to the test
Emory-led collaborative puts COVID tests to the test
Look back on Emory's 177th Commencement, including quotable moments from Tyler Perry at the Emory University ceremony, Avis Williams at Oxford Commencement and Sally Q. Yates at the Emory Law ceremony.


Tyler Perry: 'Don't be afraid of the pressure that will come in order for you to see your dreams through.'
"Most dreams do not appear in your life without hard work, struggle and sacrifice," advised entertainment icon Tyler Perry. "This is your life to live. Don't be afraid to chart your own course or make your own way. Have an incredible work ethic; look for your professors; and leave your own footprints."


Avis Williams: 'Give back to the communities that nurtured you.'
"We honor not only those who are graduating today but the spirit of our ancestors, who labored in times of enslavement to build this world-class educational institution. Let us live, learn and give," shared Avis Williams, a Covington native and one of the earliest African American graduates of Oxford College.


Sally Q. Yates: 'Your country needs you. Our world needs you. And we need you now.'
"Lawyers have always been on the front lines of defining who we are as a country, or at least who we aspire to be," former U.S. Deputy Attorney Sally Q. Yates told Emory Law graduates. "You decide what you believe our country stands for and take action to make it happen."
AI.Humanity Ethics Lecture Series: Mona Sloane on "About the Social in AI"


AI.Humanity Ethics Lecture Series: Mona Sloane on "About the Social in AI"
As society increasingly relies on artificial intelligence technologies, how can ethically committed individuals and institutions articulate values to guide their development and respond to emerging problems? Join the Office of the Provost to explore the ethical implications of AI in a new AI.Humanity Ethics Lecture Series. Sloane’s lecture will outline a new approach to uncover and understand AI’s social dimensions, emphasizing the social organization of “ethical AI,” interdisciplinary AI auditing, AI accountability techniques and practice-based compliance frameworks for AI organizations.
When: May 23, 4:00 p.m.
Where: Convocation Hall, Room 208
Admission: Free; registration required
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