Author: Thomas Kreutz

Provost Remains ‘Hopeful’ for In-Person Fall Semester

Emory Interim Provost and Executive President for Academic Affairs Jan Love told the Wheel that within the next two weeks, the University will make a decision on whether in-person classes will be canceled for the fall.  On April 15, Love said her office is working closely with the Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response [...]

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Emory Apologizes to Students for Miscommunication Over Support Stipend, Grants Extra $1K

Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Jan Love apologized in an April 2 email to recipients of the Student Support Stipend for unclear communication about where the stipend came from. She announced that recipients would receive an additional $1,000 from the Emory Together Fund. Love previously stated in a March 17 University-wide [...]

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Emory Junior and Goizueta Scholar Dies at 20

Emory Goizueta scholar Amy Che unexpectedly died on the morning of March 18, according to an email sent to BBA students from Senior Associate Dean and BBA Program Director Andrea Hershatter. Che’s death was attributed to natural causes. She was 20 years old. Che was pursuing a joint BBA and master’s in public accounting degree [...]

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SGA Reappoints, Increases Budgets for Executive Agencies

Noyonika Perulekar, Staff The Student Government Association (SGA) unanimously voted to renew the executive agency (EA) status of Student Programming Council (SPC), Media Council, Club Sports, Outdoor Emory, Emory Entrepreneurship and Venture Management (EEVM) and TableTalk for the 2020-21 academic year during their meeting on March 2. The increases to the EA budgets totaled $167,335.  [...]

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