President Claire E. Sterk

As an elderly patron entered the Cannon Chapel for an April 8 lecture, she happened upon Emory University President Claire E. Sterk. Of Sterk’s numerous responsibilities, including fundraising for the University and advocating on behalf of Emory, she typically does ...

Recently, University President Claire E. Sterk has increased her public appearances around campus. Though Sterk told the Wheel last year that she planned to be “60 to 70 percent externally focused,” she still has a responsibility to foster campus community ...

University President Claire E. Sterk, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Dwight A. McBride and former Provost Earl Lewis discussed the importance of interdisciplinary humanities in higher education at the Interdisciplinary Humanities Conference on March 26. Despite pressure ...

More than one year into her term, University President Claire E. Sterk discussed plans to increase her visibility on campus, re-evaluate the Campus Life dean position description and the steps toward better faculty salary equity and retention in a March ...

A University committee has identified gender inequities in faculty salaries, “significant[ly]” low levels of faculty diversity and low faculty pay compared to peer institutions. In 2013, then-Provost Claire E. Sterk charged the Class and Labor 2 Committee to examine the ...

Two of the four candidates for the new dean of the Emory College of Arts and Sciences held 45-minute open forums in Harland Cinema Friday and Monday to discuss their relevant experience and address student concerns. Only one student unaffiliated ...

Emory has appointed the first-ever chief of staff for the Office of the President. Michael Kloss assumed his new role April 1, after University President Claire E. Sterk created the position based on her staffing needs and the practices observed ...

A university president’s responsibilities are largely uncontroversial: serving as a figurehead, cozying up to major donors and representing the University’s interests. But these are not ordinary times. In signing a letter opposing President Trump’s “travel ban” alongside 47 colleagues from ...