Chemistry synthesizes radical overhaul of undergraduate curriculum

Chemistry synthesizes radical overhaul of undergraduate curriculum

Emory is one of the first major research universities to completely overhaul how it teaches chemistry, from introductory courses to capstone senior seminars. The new curriculum, called Chemistry Unbound, is supported by a $1.2 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.


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Emory joins amicus brief opposing travel ban

Emory is among 31 colleges and universities signing an amicus brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn President Trump's executive order banning people from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

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Trio of events to explore moral injury

Candler School of Theology will host three events on the concept of moral injury, the emotional and spiritual pain that can afflict soldiers and others who are asked to perform actions that run counter to their moral codes.

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'Midnight Pillow' opens new season for Theater Emory

Describing "Frankenstein," Mary Shelley referred to the story as the "spectre which had haunted my midnight pillow." Theater Emory's "Midnight Pillow," opening Sept. 21, brings 13 writers together to explore Shelley's depiction of the artistic method.

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Emory Farmers Market reduces waste, increases options

Now headed into its 10th year, the weekly Emory Farmers Market welcomes new vendors and launches a rewards program for customers who bring reusable bags.

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Learn about Emory resources during National Preparedness Month

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma serve as a reminder to review how you can prepare for campus emergencies well before they happen.

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Emory exhibition celebrates America's Beat Generation

An exhibition of rare materials celebrating the contributions of the Beat Generation of writers, poets and artists will open Sept. 28 at Emory's Robert W. Woodruff Library.


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