At a campus presentation, the architectural firm chosen to design Emory's new Campus Life Center outlined initial concepts for replacing the west portion of the current Dobbs University Center with three pavilions connected by a trellis-like roof. Learn more about the project.
Summer is winding down, but there are still lots of entertaining events and educational opportunities to enjoy -- from creating art "In the Cards" to exhibits, movies and more.
Novelist Erica Jong, known for her ground-breaking book "Fear of Flying," appears Sept. 4 at Emory's Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Free tickets will be available Aug. 11.
On Aug. 2, 2014, the first Ebola patient in the United States stepped slowly from the back of an ambulance and walked into Emory University Hospital. Take a look back at Emory's impact since then.
Ebola at Emory: An Extraordinary Year
It has been one year since Emory University Hospital prepared to accept the first patient to be treated for Ebola virus disease in the United States.
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When Alexandra "Lex" Gilbert retired in July after seven years in the Emory Campus Life Office of Health Promotion (OHP), she left her indelible mark on dozens of OHP initiatives and bequeathed her indefatigable "can do" spirit to the office's students, staff and faculty.
As summer sets in, and insects become more abundant, most of us look for ways to avoid them, especially the parasitic ones like ticks. But Elizabeth Gleim, visiting assistant professor in biology at Oxford, actually seeks these creatures out.
It was an unlikely partnership -- a newly formed, suburban medical school and an urban hospital for the poor -- but it's one that has stood the test of time. For the past 100 years, every single Emory medical student has received clinical training at Grady.
Jared Welch, a former standout on the Emory University baseball team, is continuing his career after recently signing a contract with the Gateway Grizzlies of the Frontier League.