The Clifton Streetscape project that began in early June of 2016 is nearing completion. The past 15 months have seen dramatic changes improving access, pedestrian safety and aesthetics.
On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will sweep the United States. Even though Atlanta lies just beyond the path of totality, Emory's class of 2021 will get to experience a nearly total eclipse while attending campus orientation.
Working this summer in companies around the world, students come together through a linguistics course to analyze and compare their experiences -- a model of how Emory constructs online classes.
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As first-year students move into residence halls this weekend, they will be greeted by hundreds of staff and fellow students who devote thousands of hours to help them feel at home on Emory's Atlanta and Oxford campuses.
From invitations to create art to events that pair financial reporting with beer and wine tasting, a new initiative encourages creative approaches within Emory's Finance Division.
Battling the summer heat, MBA students in Goizueta Business School recently completed the 14th annual Leader's Reaction Course at Fort Benning.
Across Emory University, 96 undergraduates traded flip-flops for lab coats to spend the summer taking a deep dive into the world of research through a renewed initiative known as SURE.
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