Match Day reveals where Emory students will begin their medical careers

Match Day reveals where Emory students will begin their medical careers

Graduating Emory medical students experienced their "rite of passage" March 15, when they discovered where they are headed next on their journeys to become physicians.


Stacey Abrams named Emory's 2019 Class Day speaker

Stacey Abrams named Emory's 2019 Class Day speaker

Stacey Abrams has been named keynote speaker for Emory's Class Day, a student-organized event for students receiving bachelor's degrees at this year's Commencement. Emory's Class Day will be held Thursday, May 9, leading into Commencement weekend.

Changes in rat size reveal habitat of 'Hobbit' hominin

Changes in rat size reveal habitat of 'Hobbit' hominin

A study of rat body sizes shifting over time gives a glimpse into the habitat of the mysterious hominin Homo floresiensis, nicknamed the "Hobbit" due to its diminutive stature. The study indicates that the local habitat began shifting rapidly 60,000 years ago.

Dowe appointed Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Political Science and African American Studies

Dowe appointed Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Political Science and African American Studies

Political scientist Pearl K. Dowe will join Emory as Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Political Science and African American Studies with a joint appointment between the university's Oxford College and Emory College of Arts and Sciences.


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Campus free speech, academic freedom focus of conference

Set for March 21-23, "Academic Freedom and Free Speech on Campus" includes a keynote address by Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt and will explore issues ranging from academic freedom and free speech to campus protests, dissent and the role of "safe spaces."

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Changes in rat size reveal habitat of 'Hobbit' hominin

A study of rat body sizes shifting over time gives a glimpse into the habitat of the mysterious hominin Homo floresiensis, nicknamed the "Hobbit" due to its diminutive stature. The study indicates that the local habitat began shifting rapidly 60,000 years ago.

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Exploring how tiny tools made us human

Anthropologists have long made the case that tool-making is one of the key behaviors that separated our human ancestors from other primates. A new paper by an Emory anthropologist, however, argues that it was not tool-making that set hominins apart — it was the miniaturization of tools.

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Registration opens for 2019 Move More Challenge

Get ready to track your steps! This year's Move More Challenge starts Monday, March 25, and continues through May 5. Registration is now open to all benefits-eligible employees of Emory University and Emory Healthcare.