Feast of Words celebrates Emory authors

Feast of Words celebrates Emory authors

Emory University faculty wrote or edited 121 books in 2015 on topics ranging from literature and philosophy to business and medicine. The Emory community gathered Feb. 1 to toast their accomplishments at Feast of Words.

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February arts events include Emory Jazz Fest

Anat Cohen performs Feb. 12 for Emory's annual Jazz Fest, one of the many diverse arts events on campus this month.

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Presidential Selection Committee engages campus through forums

Since November, the Presidential Selection Committee has hosted almost 40 forums to engage the campus community in the process of selecting Emory's next president and creating a shared vision for the University's future.

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Emory Integrity Project reveals theme, book for inaugural year

"I Am Malala," the memoir of a young woman shot for pursuing her education, will be read by all first-year students as the Emory Integrity Project explores the theme of "Standing" for its inaugural year.

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Election 2016: Soul-searching continues for Democrats and Republicans

Political science professor Andra Gillespie discusses the challenges Democrats and Republicans face in the primaries and general election as they fight for the soul of their parties.

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Carlos Reads Book Club combines works of art with great literature

Carlos Reads offers an opportunity to read works of literature related to the museum's collections and exhibitions in an informal, small group setting with members of the Emory faculty as guides.

Michael C. Carlos Museum

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Full-Time MBA program moves up in Financial Times ranking

The Full-Time MBA program at Emory University's Goizueta Business School ranked No. 55 in the world (26th in the United States) in rankings released today by Financial Times.

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Emory labs on LabTV

This summer, video producers from the web site LabTV came to two laboratories at Emory. The first crop of documentary-style videos are now available.

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