Building on extensive service to veterans through health care and legal aid, Emory increases outreach and support for veterans as undergraduate and graduate students.
Emory Johns Creek Hospital broke ground on the facility's $61 million expansion, including the addition of two new floors and 40 beds to the existing hospital.
The border that split post-war Germany has long fascinated scholars who explored its impact on the Communist East. Emory historian Astrid Eckert's new book flips that narrative, examining the lasting consequences for what was West Germany.
The Atlanta Falcons are pledging an annual donation of $200,000 to Emory's Winship Cancer Institute to support its cancer research programs.
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Surrounded by artificial light and enticed by screens, Americans are chronically sleep-deprived. Through the Emory University Sleep Consortium, researchers are forging collaborations across disciplines to advance the study of sleep.
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The Emory Employee Council has launched its work for the academic year, including new strategies for hearing employee needs and plans to celebrate the group's 50th anniversary in 2020.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff come together on Saturday, Nov. 9, to serve communities in Atlanta and around the world during the annual Emory Cares International Day of Service. Learn how you can join in.
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