Service dogs come to Woodruff Library Dec. 11-12 to help students de-stress while studying for final exams.
"Slices of Time: A Dynamic Performance Showcase" on Dec. 7 is based on original ethnographic research by students in an Emory anthropology class.
Jack Culbertson served as a faculty member in Emory School of Medicine's Department of Surgery for more than 25 years.
On Dec. 10, speakers and a panel discussion will take an interdisciplinary look at the complex nature of stereotypes and bias in academia.
ECIC: 20 years of reducing violence and injuries
The Emory Center for Injury Control was formed 20 years ago to stop violent assaults and unintentional injuries and to develop the next generation of injury prevention professionals.
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Geraint Davies, a 2012 graduate of Emory University and former member of the Track and Field and Cross Country teams, placed first in the 2013 Atlanta Half Marathon on Thanksgiving morning.
Dominick Rolle's path to and through graduate school is shaped by a unique background that is influencing his work at Emory.
"The New Entrepreneur: Odyssey for a Dream" is a documentary following the journey of 15 local entrepreneurs through a program piloted in Clarkston, Ga. by the Goizueta research center and partners.
Candler School of Theology is one of 18 "Seminaries that Change the World," according to Faith3, an organization that seeks to support the church as it relates to young adults.