Pilot Seminar to Prepare College Students for Career Search

Emory College will pilot a new one-credit seminar course in Spring 2019 for freshmen and sophomores to apply their skills from a liberal arts education to a career, according to College Dean Michael A. Elliott. In class, students will complete activities to identify their personal strengths, participate in class discussions and receive instruction on how [...]

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Petition Spurs College to Hire ‘Latinx Studies’ Professors

The College is seeking to hire at least three professors with a background in “contemporary Latinx studies” by Fall 2019. The search process comes after students in the Spring 2018 “Latino/a Civil Rights Movement” class sent an April letter to University President Claire E. Sterk demanding a Latino studies department and a doctoral program in [...]

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Emory Stays No. 21 in U.S. News Ranking

Emory’s spot in U.S. News and World Report’s (USNWR) “Best Colleges” ranking did not budge from last year. The University was ranked No. 21 among national universities for the second consecutive year. Emory is no longer tied with the University of Southern California (USC), University of California, Berkeley and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) [...]

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