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Wednesday, May 26, 2021
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ATHLETICS
Emory tennis teams bring home NCAA championship titles
The Emory women’s and men’s tennis teams are the new NCAA Division III champions after winning their title matches on May 26. The wins mark the eighth national championship for the women and the sixth for the men.

 

COMMUNITY
Oxford graduate creates Letters to Dad Foundation, receives outstanding service award
Hannah Kreuziger was encouraged to write letters to her father as a way to cope with his unexpected death. The experience inspired the Letters to Dad Foundation, an outlet to help others deal with grief.

 

RECOGNITION
Emory course-related podcast ‘Buried Truths’ wins Silver Gavel award
“Buried Truths,” the podcast based on Emory's Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project — and that incorporates work by students in the course — is being honored by the American Bar Association for its season that examined the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.

IMPACT
Student activism, an Emory tradition
From equal rights to voting rights, from health care to the environment, the causes that Emory students align themselves with are as diverse as the students themselves. Get to know a few of today's student activists.

 

EXPERTISE
Nursing leader tapped for national Black maternal mortality task force
Rose Horton, a nursing leader at Emory Decatur Hospital, will help guide the Biden administration’s efforts to combat maternal mortality in the Black community as part of a new national stakeholder group.

 

DISCOVERY
Even children think money can be 'dirty' money, study finds
Experiments led by Emory psychologist Arber Tasimi found that children prefer non-stolen money offered by a "bad" person over stolen money offered by an "okay" person. "This sensitivity to morality, even in the context of money, seems to emerge early,” Tasimi says.

RESEARCH
Helping predict the next ‘spillover’ event
The next pandemic could be averted if we better understand why viruses spill over from wildlife to humans. Emory researcher and PhD candidate Amanda Vicente-Santos is looking at bats for answers.
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TAKE NOTE
 
Research roundup: Recent grants and publications for Emory faculty and staff
Research roundup: Recent grants and publications for Emory faculty and staff

Watch recordings of performances on the Schwartz Center's Virtual Stage
Watch recordings of performances on the Schwartz Center's Virtual Stage

Critical Care Center NP/PA Residency Program first to receive national accreditation under newly designed pathway
Critical Care Center NP/PA Residency Program first to receive national accreditation under newly designed pathway
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EVENTS
 
 
26
May
 
Theater: "Labzik: Tales of a Clever Pup"
When: May 26 - June 5
Where: Online
Admission: Free; registration required
 
27
May
 
Buddhist Club Guided Meditation
When: May 27, 6:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free
 
13
June
 
Conservation Conversation: "Treating Two Ptolemaic Mummies from the Carlos Museum’s Senusret Collection of Egyptian Art"
When: June 13, 4:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Admission: Free; registration required
 
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