International Students Battle Uncertainty, Isolation From University Closure

As students evacuated campus, research labs closed and classes transitioned online, international students were forced into two options: travel inordinate distances to go home or remain on an empty campus thousands of miles away from their families. Olivia Song (22C) is a Chinese undergraduate student staying at Emory for the remainder of the semester. On [...]

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Cold War Inspires 5-Decade Psychology Career

For the last 49 years at Emory, Goodrich C. White Professor of Psychology Darryl Neill, has been researching and teaching the science of how people work. Whether he’s in lab observing the behavior of rats undergoing electrical stimulation, or in lecture teaching undergraduates about the latest neuroscience advances, Neill has been guided by a desire [...]

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Former Ambassador to Zambia to Retire From Emory

Visiting Professor of Economics and former U.S. Ambassador to Zambia Gordon Streeb has a career that has spanned from chemical engineering to developmental economics — subject areas that have taken him from West Berlin to New Delhi. After working in the foreign service for three decades and then transitioning to the Carter Center as associate [...]

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Traveling Photographer Zooms in on Wildlife

How does a self-taught photographer go from having a passing interest in photography to contributing to the Discovery Channel social media pages within the span of four years? For Jake Rosmarin (18C), the key factors were a newfound passion for photography and, perhaps unsurprisingly, a lot of hard work. Since September 2018, Rosmarin has been [...]

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Educational Studies Department Sends Off Final Graduate

As a first-generation college student at High Tech High Chula Vista, a high school in San Diego with predominantly low-income, first generation students, Rafely Palacios (19C) noticed that her more affluent classmates were able to more easily procure costly resources like college admissions consulting. This realization sparked her interest in education, and would eventually lead [...]

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