On Dec. 1, Emory will observe World AIDS Day with a display of 800 panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt. The event also includes speakers and free HIV testing.
With a strong commitment to both academic and volunteer work, Berit Reisenauer exemplifies Campus Life's "Definition of the Month": "Learn what you live; live what you learn."
Early Decision 1 applications from high school seniors who want to attend Emory College are up 9 percent over last year, and applications to Oxford College are up 25 percent.
Literature, ethics, medicine and religion were among the areas of study on display for the second annual Disability Scholars Showcase.
Interstellar: Starting over on a new 'Earth'
In this latest installment of "Emory Looks at Hollywood," Emory biomolecular chemistry professor David Lynn discusses the realities of what could force us to look for a new "Earth" and the potential that one exists.
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As Audubon's Christmas Bird Count and Cornell's Great Backyard Bird Count are nearing, Emory Libraries has a tool to help you identify birds by sight and sound. The university-wide subscription to the Birds of North America (BNA) Online is the most comprehensive reference on breeding birds and their life histories.
A former library conference room has been converted into a student space that provides highly sought-after presentation practice and video conferencing services. It is located on level 2 of the Woodruff Library Learning Commons and can be reserved online.
Social Enterprise @ Goizueta helped launch Farmers to 40, a business whose mission is to return 40 percent of the retail price of each bag of coffee to Nicaraguan partner farmers.
Lily Yang, professor of surgery and radiology and the Nancy Panoz Chair of Surgery in cancer research, has focused her current research on developing multifunctional, tumor-targeting nanoparticles.