In a conversation hosted by the Coalition of the Liberal Arts, author Salman Rushdie joined a diverse group of students, faculty and alumni to share personal stories reflecting the impact of a liberal arts education.
Religion professor James Hoesterey is accustomed to frequently updating his "Islam, Media and Pop Culture" course. In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack, students are exploring Muslim humor and satire.
Emory University has been chosen as the Georgia site to display "First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare," a national traveling exhibition of one of the world's most treasured books, published in 1623.
New E3 Living Labs offer student entrepreneurs opportunities for support and networking, whether they are designing new products or seeking solutions to social problems.
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Students share their experiences in Emory's orchestra and encourage others to join as they talk about the musicianship and friendship behind the performances.
The Creation Stories Project -- a collaboration between the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Emory University and the Georgia Humanities Council -- seeks to discover what 21st-century learners might gain from an exploration of creation narratives across time and cultures.
The Michael C. Carlos Museum is creating scholarly and teaching opportunities that transform lives.
Apply for one of seven Emory Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) graduate student fellowships for the 2015-16 school year.