Students in Goizueta Business School's One-Year MBA program traveled to Ft. Benning, Georgia, to take on a grueling leadership obstacle course usually reserved for military officers.
Josiah Takang, an ION@Yerkes scholar working at Emory this summer, got to test his knowledge for a $75,000 top prize in the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament, which began airing July 21.
Registration is currently underway for the annual Winship Win the Fight 5K, a benefit for cancer research at Emory's Winship Cancer Institute. The race is set for Saturday, Sept. 27.
With an eye toward interdisciplinarity and lifelong engagement for faculty members, biology professor Gray Crouse begins his role as director of Emory's Emeritus College.
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Is war ever truly inevitable? In the latest installment of Emory Looks at Hollywood, conflict resolution expert and Emory professor Shawn Ramirez gives advice about how the apes and humans in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" could avoid war.
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In her book "Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life," Melody Moezzi credits her family with helping her come to terms with her bipolar disorder.
Emory will induct three new members into its Sports Hall of Fame with its Class of 2014 including: Mary Ellen Gordon (women's tennis), Annie Schenck (women's soccer) and Mike Phillips (head golf coach).
Senior Gabrielle Clark has been named the 2014 D-III Woman of the Year nominee for tennis. She is one of 11 finalists for the prestigious honor.
The EPA and WHO are jump-starting an effort to phase out mercury thermometers from common use. Emory will follow the same precedent and also raise awareness about the dangers of mercury.