Whether exploring key issues in public health and medicine or unraveling complex questions in the liberal arts, Emory's newest doctoral students are eager to create new knowledge.
Members of the Class of 2020 faced off Thursday evening for Songfest, a beloved Emory tradition where students from each residence hall perform an original song about their new home.
Students aren't the only new faces arriving on campus. The new semester also brings dozens of new faculty members, from outstanding young scholars to established experts with substantial experience in research and teaching.
From the global struggle for clean water to the upcoming presidential election, Emory courses bring critical insights to current events and offer new approaches to familiar subjects. Explore a sample of fall classes that are timely, creative or just plain cool.
Emory volunteers greeted the Class of 2020 with cheers, dances and plenty of help to move their belongings into their new homes. Hear incoming students and President-elect Claire Sterk reflect on Emory's welcoming spirit.
After more than a decade as vice president for human resources, Peter Barnes has been chosen by President-elect Sterk to serve as Emory's chief business officer.
The Emory campus was bustling Wednesday, Aug. 24, the official first day of classes for most students. Heavy rain couldn't dampen the excitement as students met their professors, reconnected with friends and learned more about the courses they will study during the fall semester.