Oxford College Summer Experience Program provides early glimpse of college for Newton, Putnam County high schoolers

This summer, 60 high schoolers from Newton and Putnam counties are gaining insight on the college admission process and life at Emory University  through the inaugural Oxford College Summer Experience Program, which is being held from June 21-25. Each county sent 30 students to participate in the program.  Outgoing Oxford College Dean Douglas Hicks announced [...]

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Renowned health scholar joins Emory School of Medicine amid artificial intelligence research expansion

Donnell Institute Professor of Biomedical Engineering Anant Madabhushi. Photo courtesy of Emory University Artificial intelligence (AI) savant Anant Madabhushi will join the Emory University School of Medicine in July, where he will establish an institute that researches AI to improve patient outcomes and address health inequities.  Madabhushi’s recruitment comes as the University expands its research [...]

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Co-lead counsel in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization shares legal insights on the fight for abortion access

Hillary Schneller, a senior staff attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights and the co-lead counsel in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, discussed the ongoing Supreme Court case and her fight for reproductive rights in a dialogue hosted by the Emory Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society on April 4. Before a crowd [...]

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SGA presidential candidates outline sustainability platforms at forum

Student Government Association (SGA) presidential and vice presidential candidates answered sustainability-related questions at the inaugural SGA Forum on Sustainability and the Environment on March 17. The forum was hosted by the Coalition for Sustainability and the Environment, which is composed of 13 undergraduate and graduate organizations.  SGA presidential candidates Eleanor Liu (21Ox, 23B), Alyssa Stegall [...]

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