Emory earned a record $831 million in research funding for the last fiscal year and ranks #3 nationwide in NIH awards for COVID-19 among universities, as researchers shifted course rapidly to tackle the biggest public health crisis in more than 100 years.
An investigational vaccine tested at Emory is 94.5 percent effective at preventing COVID-19, according to early results from a large-scale clinical trial.
The "Connect and Cope" video series launches Friday, Nov. 20, with professor Jericho Brown sharing his Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry and discussing the importance of creativity in connecting with the world.
Bria Goeller, who graduated from Emory College in 2019, speaks out on her now iconic image and how Emory helped her learn to engage with communities and foster empathy through her original artwork.
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To empower Emory University’s future, President Gregory L. Fenves has announced the appointment of a Campaign Cabinet — Emory alumni and community members whose leadership will guide the university’s next wave of fundraising.
The seminar Bodies in the World encourages students to explore themselves and their environments in the context of current situations such as the pandemic and Black Lives Matter. From classroom time to campus explorations, they examine their world with fresh perspective.
Combining the humanities with the cutting-edge field of data science, an innovative Emory College course examines how turning text into data can lead to new insights on topics ranging from poetry to social media posts.
Lisa A. Tedesco, dean of the Laney Graduate School and vice provost for academic affairs — graduate studies, has announced that she will step down at the end of the 2020–2021 academic year.
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- Emory Healthcare CEO Jonathan Lewin in a joint CNN column with Delta CEO Ed Bastian