"A Global Vision for Emory," announced this week by the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives, promotes greater coherence, direction and recognition of the university's worldwide reach.
Courses offered this spring take students beyond the classroom into the community, out of the country and even -- theoretically -- across the universe.
The Ebola Faculty and Community Forum, which starts Jan. 26, offers a multidisciplinary look at the impact of Ebola on public health, policy, law, ethics, government, religion and more.
Some 25 years after his college football career, the NCAA honors Pellom McDaniels for his achievements in the NFL, community service and work as a professor and curator at Emory.
New video highlights excellence of Emory scholar athletes
A new two-minute video that illustrates the achievements of Emory's scholar athletes and the outstanding nature of the university's varsity athletics program is now posted on Emory's main website.
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The Office of the Provost launched a quarterly e-magazine to celebrate the successes, programs and initiatives that Emory's 10-year strategic plan plan has guided.
Scott Bernard's company sees the future, and it's covered in grease. Bernard is VP at B Green Group, which takes used cooking oil and other kitchen bi-products and refines them to the building blocks of bio fuels.
Emory's Office of Technology Transfer has several repurposed drug candidates in development to treat conditions from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to hypersomnia to ischemic stroke.
Theory-practice/service learning (TPSL) courses engage students in the local community in order to experience first-hand the concepts and topics from class in a real-life setting. Students connect their service experience with sociological themes both individually and as a class.