Photos document Emory students' work with communities around the world
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Photos document Emory students' work with communities around the world

From empowering women in India to improving water access in Ethiopia, winning images from the Masters of Development Practice photo contest showcase the program's broad reach.


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Lipstadt joins presidential delegation at anti-Semitism conference

Professor Deborah Lipstadt was appointed to a presidential delegation attending an international conference in Berlin focused on anti-Semitism in Europe.

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String quartet connects music to class lessons across disciplines

Each semester, the Vega String Quartet partners with professors in a variety of disciplines to perform music that enhances lessons learned in the classroom.

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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to perform Emory composer's symphony

Discount tickets are available to Emory Week at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as the ASO performs Symphony No. 3 by Emory's own Richard Prior.

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Interstellar: Starting over on a new 'Earth'

In this latest installment of "Emory Looks at Hollywood," Emory biomolecular chemistry professor David Lynn discusses the realities of what could force us to look for a new "Earth" and the potential that one exists.


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Woodruff features new presentation practice, web conferencing space

A former library conference room has been converted into a student space that provides highly sought-after presentation practice and video conferencing services. It is located on level 2 of the Woodruff Library Learning Commons and can be reserved online.

Woodruff Library

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Students, community get a taste of Goizueta's Farmers to 40 project

Social Enterprise @ Goizueta helped launch Farmers to 40, a business whose mission is to return 40 percent of the retail price of each bag of coffee to Nicaraguan partner farmers.

Goizueta Business School

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Applying nanotechnology to fight disease in the emerging field of nanomedicine

Lily Yang, professor of surgery and radiology and the Nancy Panoz Chair of Surgery in cancer research, has focused her current research on developing multifunctional, tumor-targeting nanoparticles.

Office of Technology Transfer

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Emory volleyball wins UAA title, earns automatic bid to NCAA Tournament

The No. 6-ranked Emory volleyball team battled its way to the University Athletic Association Championship Saturday afternoon after coming away with a hard-fought verdict over the University of Chicago.

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