Students advocating for academic science

Students advocating for academic science

The future of academic science depends on young researchers, but only about 11 percent of PhD graduates land in tenure-track faculty positions. Laney graduate students share their complex perspectives on scientific research at universities.


A national imperative: a deep summer's breath

A national imperative: a deep summer's breath

Our national discord weighs on all of us, but none more than the fresh, young minds of our nation. Emory President Claire E. Sterk encourages students to prioritize listening, reflection and rest this summer.

Emory names new vice provost for enrollment management

Emory names new vice provost for enrollment management

Paul P. Marthers has been named vice provost for enrollment management at Emory University, a new position, in which he will lead enrollment and retention efforts of the university's four undergraduate schools.

Gene editing reverses Huntington's in mouse model

Gene editing reverses Huntington's in mouse model

CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, delivered by viral vector into the brain, can reverse Huntington's pathology and motor symptoms in a mouse model of the inherited neurological disorder, Emory scientists report.


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Meredith Honeycutt: Continuing a family tradition of serving students

As business manager in Campus Life's Finance Center, Meredith Honeycutt helped hundreds of student leaders and student organizations over more than two decades.

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Theology students visit Haiti to explore moral leadership

Graduate students in Candler School of Theology traveled to Haiti for a 10-day seminar in moral leadership led by professor and public theologian Robert Franklin, visiting with artists, academics, and spiritual and political leaders.

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Emory-Yonsei partnership strengthens faculty collaboration

Thanks to a collaborative agreement between Emory and Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, faculty members from both schools are working together on projects ranging from cancer treatment to biomedical engineering.

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June: 10 things to do for $10 or less

Purchase local and organic produce at the Summer Farmers Market, just one of the amenities and events you have time to enjoy as Emory's campus slows down for the summer.