Learn about this year's Commencement ceremonies, set for May 14-16, and meet outstanding graduates from across the university.
Enku Gelaye is being promoted effective May 1 after serving as vice president and dean of Campus Life since August 2019. She is responsible for 15,000 students in areas such as undergraduate residential life, health and wellness, athletics and civic engagement.
The University Athletic Association has announced its decision to return to a full schedule of conference competition this fall, ending a pandemic-related hiatus. Emory’s 19 varsity sports teams are part of the UAA, which competes in the NCAA’s Division III.
Physicians from Emory and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta are participating in a clinical trial testing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in children ages 6 months to less than 12 years. This is the same Moderna vaccine being distributed nationwide for adults.
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In the “Slavery and the Archive” class, students connected the threads from rare information sources in Emory’s library to build new stories and perspectives.
Supported by a first-of-its-kind partnership between Emory and The Conservation Fund, the Working Farms Fund acquires and permanently protects farmland, helping next-generation farmers purchase land and creating a more resilient food system across metro Atlanta.
For her undergraduate honors thesis, Ruth Puryear directed a drive-in musical to explore how to create intimacy and vulnerability onstage — while actors kept to safety protocols and audience members watched from their cars.
Sophomore Jamal Hilaire first connected with the university through EPiC, the Emory Pipeline Collaborative, which prepares underrepresented high school students for college and health careers. Now, he says, “I wouldn’t be me without it.”
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We compared the Supreme Court with other democracies’ high courts. More justices would improve its work.
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- Emory Healthcare CEO Jonathan Lewin in a joint CNN column with Delta CEO Ed Bastian