'Dracula' author Bram Stoker’s literary immortality celebrated in new Emory collection

'Dracula' author Bram Stoker’s literary immortality celebrated in new Emory collection

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.”


Into the heart of brightness

Into the heart of brightness

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.

From boosters to vaccine hesitancy, a biostatistician weighs in on the data

From boosters to vaccine hesitancy, a biostatistician weighs in on the data

Natalie Dean of Rollins School of Public Health answers questions about COVID-19 boosters, breakthrough infections, vaccine hesitancy and her path to infectious diseases research.

Emory president discusses research excellence and molnupiravir discovery

Emory president discusses research excellence and molnupiravir discovery

With Merck’s findings that Emory-discovered molnupiravir may significantly reduce the risk of hospitalization or death from COVID-19, Emory President Gregory L. Fenves joins epidemiologist Jodie Guest in a conversation about Emory’s history of research innovation.


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Students travel ‘Swoop’s Streets’ for Homecoming 2021

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.

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Emory Farmers Market, Start:ME give microbusinesses a place to thrive

With 20 vendors selling everything from produce to baked goods, the Emory Farmers Market supports local growers and reduces energy use caused by food transportation. Several vendors participated in the university’s Start:ME small business training program.

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Emory 2O36 campaign launch to focus on the future

With an eye on Emory’s bicentennial, 2O36 focuses on investing in people for the benefit of people and aims to spearhead a movement to radically rethink and reshape the future.

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Add your voice to Emory’s climate survey on racial diversity, equity and inclusion

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.