Slavery, dispossession symposium at Emory connects student activism to restorative justice

Slavery, dispossession symposium at Emory connects student activism to restorative justice

Emory’s “In the Wake of Slavery and Dispossession” symposium educated attendees on the university’s history and inspired a stronger sense of community, challenging external and internalized racism.


Emory president discusses research excellence and molnupiravir discovery

Emory president discusses research excellence and molnupiravir discovery

With Merck’s findings that Emory-discovered molnupiravir may significantly reduce the risk of hospitalization or death from COVID-19, Emory President Gregory L. Fenves joins epidemiologist Jodie Guest in a conversation about Emory’s history of research innovation.

Emory biophysicist named Simons Investigator

Emory biophysicist named Simons Investigator

Ilya Nemenman was instrumental in Emory becoming a global leader in theoretical and modeling approaches to living systems. Now he has received one of the most prestigious recognitions for theoretical scientists in the prime of their research careers.

Emory’s Oxford College renames historic building for Judge Horace J. Johnson Jr.

Emory’s Oxford College renames historic building for Judge Horace J. Johnson Jr.

Oxford College of Emory University has renamed Language Hall after Judge Horace J. Johnson Jr., an alumnus who became the first Black Superior Court judge in the Alcovy Judicial Circuit, and established a scholarship endowment in his honor.


Campus News »


Story Thumbnail

Science Gallery Atlanta names new director ahead of opening exhibition

Emory University has named Audrey Chang as the inaugural director of Science Gallery Atlanta, an innovative and immersive venue for science and art collaboration that will open its doors to the public early next year.

Story Thumbnail

A new way to measure tech complexity

Emory anthropologist Dietrich Stout decodes the brain's 'alphabet' and 'grammar' for action to study behavioral evolution and measure the complexity of human technologies based on the making and use of different types of Stone Age tools.

Story Thumbnail

Homecoming brings a cross-country road trip of ‘Swoop’s Streets’

Emory will celebrate Homecoming Oct. 16-24 with a full schedule of on-campus festivities. The week also includes a 2O36 kickoff event on Friday, Oct. 22, and the return of the Homecoming parade and festival on Saturday, Oct. 23.

Story Thumbnail

Mapping inequities in breast cancer outcomes 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Emory epidemiologist Lauren McCullough investigates why outcomes for Black women with breast cancer are so much worse than their white counterparts in Georgia.