Special feature: The plant hunters

Special feature: The plant hunters

Journey deep into the pine forests of South Georgia as Emory ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave leads students in a search for secrets of ancient remedies that may benefit modern medicine.


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August: 10 free things to do on campus

August is a transition month as Emory moves from summer to the start of the new academic year, but there is plenty to do on campus, from meditating to expanding your mind through exhibits and experts.

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Emory ranked #1 for quality of life by Princeton Review

Emory University has been ranked #1 for quality of life, according to the Princeton Review's 27th annual college rankings, "The 384 Best Colleges" guide, based on its nationwide survey of 138,000 college students' ratings of their schools.

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Two Emory graduates named Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows in Georgia

2018 Emory graduates Lorenzo Harmon and John Wang were selected for the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship, which recruits top aspiring educators to teach science and math in high-need rural and urban schools.

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Get a ride and money in your pocket with Emory's Commute Alternatives Program

Emory's Commute Alternatives Program helps employees save money and support sustainability by giving up the solo drive to work in favor of carpools, vanpools, shuttles and public transit.

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Black educators played hidden, key role in school desegregation

Emory professor Vanessa Siddle Walker's new book, "The Lost Education of Horace Tate," explores the hidden history of African American educators working to end the system of segregated schools.

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Global health seed grants support multidisciplinary faculty research

The Emory Global Health Institute announces the 2018 Seed Grant awardees, who will receive up to $50,000 to conduct preliminary research on issues impacting health from DeKalb County to Rwanda, Mozambique, Guatemala and Mexico.


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