women

Although physics drew my interest long before I applied to Emory, I only began considering pursuing physics beyond the undergraduate level during my second semester. Perhaps I could be like my professors one day, teaching and mentoring the next generation ...

One century after the first woman enrolled at Emory, more than 40 students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate milestones and set goals for equality at the University April 5. Although the event, titled “Educated = Empowered: 100 Years of ...

To compete in a do-or-die meet, the Emory cross country team traveled to Berry College (Ga.) Saturday for the South/Southeast Region Championships hosted on the Clara Bowl Course. The women’s side advanced through an automatic birth after the No. 18 ...

It’s time for more women’s voices to be heard on Emory’s campus, according to speakers at TEDxEmory’s first TEDxEmoryWomen conference, hosted Thursday night. The TEDxEmoryWomen conference complemented the main TEDxWomen conference, held in San Francisco, and shared its theme, “It’s ...

  Each month, the Wheel will publish an editorial focusing on issues in feminism. This month’s opinion comes from an Executive Board member of the Feminists in Action (FIA) at Emory. Author’s Note: This editorial frequently uses the word “woman” ...

Last Wednesday, the European Space Agency landed the Philae, an unmanned lander, onto a passing comet nucleus, the first achievement of its kind and a momentous event in the history of human space exploration. The project took approximately 11 years ...