All the photographs in Aubrey Graham's exhibition "Portraits in Disneyland," on display in the Emory Center for Ethics, are active collaborations between herself and the people being portrayed.
Robert Pape, an expert on suicide attacks, addressed "The Strategic Logic of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria" in a talk hosted by Emory's Halle Institute for Global Learning.
Emory celebrates Earth Month throughout April with a full slate of events focused on climate change, recycling, sustainable food and more.
Twelve employees have been honored with the 2015 Emory University Award of Distinction, which recognizes members of the Emory community who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to their jobs.
Emory Special Diagnostic Services concentrates on hard-to-diagnose cases
Emory Special Diagnostic Services (ESDS) is a clinic dedicated to evaluating patients with undiagnosed symptoms and/or illnesses. Meet Drew Crenshaw, who came to the clinic after multiple visits to doctors and health care facilities in several states, experiencing debilitating ankle pain.
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Emory medical students were among thousands of students nationwide participating in Match Day 2015. View and download the best of the day's pictures on Picasa.
Provost Claire Sterk invites readers to send feedback about the publication, "Emory Suite 404," and specifically changes the Provost's Office might consider in making it a useful resource for the community.
Photographer and graduate student Aubrey Graham discusses her work, "Portraits in Disneyland: Stories of Mugunga III," currently on display at the Emory Center for Ethics.