Emory's Rose Library is now home to what has been described as the world’s most comprehensive collection of rare materials highlighting the work of Bram Stoker, the 19th-century Irish author best known for "Dracula.”
Emory ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave publishes a memoir celebrating a life in science, from her roots to the fruits of her labor. A campus Q&A with the author will be held Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Emory's Center for the Study of Law and Religion receives gift from The MirYam Institute for ethics, leadership development
A new four-year project will focus on values-driven impact in law, religion, health and security, incorporating Israeli and international experts.
Homecoming 2021 is in full swing as students explore iconic American streets on a cross-country “road trip.” The fun began with Jack Harlow in concert for Swoop’s Ball on Oct. 16 and continues through this weekend.
Emory is partnering with the University of Southern California’s Race and Equity Center to assess the campus climate regarding racial diversity, equity and inclusion. Look for your email link and respond by Nov. 23.
Emory anthropologist Dietrich Stout decodes the brain's 'alphabet' and 'grammar' for action to study behavioral evolution and measure the complexity of human technologies based on the making and use of different types of Stone Age tools.
Emory University has named Audrey Chang as the inaugural director of Science Gallery Atlanta, an innovative and immersive venue for science and art collaboration that will open its doors to the public early next year.