Celebrating Emory's Class of 2021

Celebrating Emory's Class of 2021

Learn about this year's Commencement ceremonies, set for May 14-16, and meet outstanding graduates from across the university.


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Emory welcomes return to University Athletic Association conference competition

The University Athletic Association has announced its decision to return to a full schedule of conference competition this fall, ending a pandemic-related hiatus. Emory’s 19 varsity sports teams are part of the UAA, which competes in the NCAA’s Division III.

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Undergraduate Brittain Award recipient lauded for stellar service across campus and beyond

From organizing numerous service opportunities through Volunteer Emory to helping fight food insecurity on campus and beyond, senior Genevieve Wilson embodies just the kind of student leader the Brittain Award honors.

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Louis B. Sudler Prize in the Arts awarded to two seniors from theater and creative writing

The Sudler Prize honors graduating seniors who have demonstrated exceptional promise in the performing or creative arts. Meet Ruth Puryear and Jack Stallins, Emory’s 2021 recipients.

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Biana to spotlight rethinking resilience as Emory College class orator

Mikko Biana began working as a steward for community shortly after arriving at Emory. His address as class orator will reinforce that concept, while also reminding graduates they have the power to change narratives.

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McMullan Award honors Djukanovic for creative commitment to lifting others up

From book-worthy research on Serbian ethnicities to developing training for the Liberian National Police to tutoring Atlanta-area refugees, Tara Djukanovic has thoroughly embodied the “extraordinary promise” of a McMullan Award winner.

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Chung leaves her mark as first Brittain Award recipient studying public health

As the pandemic unfolded, E. Lisa Chung got involved with multiple response efforts, from performing tests and delivering vaccines to mapping out prevention plans. She’ll continue her studies as a Rollins PhD student this fall.