Exposed to sarin gas as a soldier in Iraq, Emory PhD student Michael Yandell now studies moral injury, the emotional and spiritual damage that can occur when someone's deeply held moral beliefs are transgressed.
Emory joins American Talent Initiative, aiming to educate more high-achieving, low- and moderate-income students
Emory joins 100 institutions that are working to attract, enroll and retain high-achieving, low- and moderate-income students, from before they arrive on campus to graduation and beyond.
The Employee Council Spring Leadership Social, set for April 23, provides an opportunity for Emory employees to mingle with President Claire E. Sterk and members of her senior leadership team.
New York Times bestselling author and critically acclaimed writer Tayari Jones will join Emory University's renowned Creative Writing Program this fall as a member of the English faculty in Emory College of Arts and Sciences.
The partnership between Emory's Department of Economics and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta helps the department attract top faculty and students and offer rare research, internship and learning opportunities.
Lamar Greene, an Emory junior devoted to expanding access to health care for marginalized populations, has been named a 2018 Harry S. Truman Scholar, a national honor recognizing leadership, academic excellence and public service.
Students in professor Christina Crawford's course "The Architect and the City" explore how cities are shaped by the decisions of those in power, and the impact on business, the environment, public health and more.