Emory Healthcare Veterans Program celebrates five years, expands services to 13 states

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program celebrates five years, expands services to 13 states

The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program is celebrating its five-year anniversary during Veterans Day 2020 and announcing the expansion of its virtual telemedicine services to include 13 states across the country.


Laney Graduate School dean to step down at close of academic year

Laney Graduate School dean to step down at close of academic year

Lisa A. Tedesco, dean of the Laney Graduate School and vice provost for academic affairs — graduate studies, has announced that she will step aside at the end of the 2020–2021 academic year.

Emory experts react to 2020 election results

Emory experts react to 2020 election results

Emory's faculty experts weigh in on topics ranging from political polarization and economic impacts to finding a path forward and how Georgia could be a model for the nation.

Emory grad creates viral image of Kamala Harris and Ruby Bridges

Emory grad creates viral image of Kamala Harris and Ruby Bridges

Bria Goeller, who graduated from Emory College in 2019, speaks out on her now iconic image and how Emory helped her learn to engage with communities and foster empathy through her original artwork.


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Emory pays tribute to veterans and their leadership

Emory’s 12th annual Veterans Day commemoration featured a ceremony with student-veterans and a panel discussion with alumni service members sharing their perspectives on leading through crisis.

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Emory scholars reflect on the legacy of the 19th Amendment

Three Emory events this fall examined the 19th Amendment, celebrating its success in extending women the right to vote but simultaneously acknowledging that the fight for women’s suffrage was divided along racial lines.

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'Sacred Drugs' aims to blow Emory students’ minds with scholarly analysis

In religion professor Gary Laderman’s "Sacred Drugs" course, students examine how psychoactive drugs — from caffeine and wine to peyote and LSD — are intimately related to religious life historically and how they remain connected today.

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Emory names Keiko Price as new athletics director, assistant VP of Campus Life

Emory University has appointed Keiko Price as assistant vice president of Campus Life and Clyde Partin Sr. Director of Athletics. She will oversee an intercollegiate athletics program with a long record of excellence in NCAA Division III, including 27 national championships.