After volunteering at local food pantries, Naomi Maisel founded Emory's chapter of Campus Kitchens, which saves about 1,000 pounds of potentially wasted food every month and converts it into healthy meals for those in need.
Over 1,700 employees have joined Colorful Choices, a six-week nutrition challenge from Healthy Emory that encourages participants to eat five servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
Takuya Maeda's research documents the impact of a $5 million trust fund set aside for the Japanese-American community to develop educational efforts and awareness about internment during World War II.
Emory's women's and men's tennis teams won the University Athletic Association championships over the weekend -- the fourth consecutive championship for the women and the second for the men.
Through Healthy Emory's Move More Challenge, Emory employees walked more than one million miles. Wellness Champions are volunteers who share information about Healthy Emory's programs and encourage healthier habits in their work areas.
In a conversation with students at Emory's Rose Library, former President Jimmy Carter shared candid thoughts on politics, history and the importance of archives to understanding contemporary issues.