Education and earning the public's trust are keys to preventing future epidemics, President Jimmy Carter, founder of The Carter Center, told Emory's Ebola forum.
"It's in the Cards: An Interactive Art Exhibit" features old library catalog cards that have been turned into art and poetry. A free art party to add to the exhibit is set for April 23.
The new Atlanta Studies Network website was one of several Emory projects on display at "Teaching and the Digital Humanities," hosted at Emory by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Emory's new water recycling center, the first and only WaterHub in the country, will recycle up to 400,000 gallons per day. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and public tours are set for April 17.
'Voices of Emory' welcomes the Class of 2019
Current students -- from freshmen to seniors -- welcome the Class of 2019 and talk about what they find special about the university.
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The Center for Healthful Living at Oxford College offers a sleep study mini course to interested students each semester.
After teaching at Goizueta for more than 20 years, Patrick Noonan says it's "time to move on" to retirement.
From recollections of presidential proclamations of world war and groundbreaking steps for women's college education, to remembrances of cross-continental fraternity sweetheart serenades and Emory's first garage sale, alumni stories range from deeply personal to world-changing.
Emory medical students were among thousands of students nationwide participating in Match Day 2015. View and download the best of the day's pictures on Picasa.