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Research Roundup: Emory faculty contributions to STEM research

Emory University and Emory School of Medicine faculty have accomplished major milestones in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) research, from investigating new protein-related changes in Alzheimer's patients’ brains to building a robotic fish powered by human heart cells. Snails with schistosomiasis Assistant Professor of Biology David Civitello. Photo courtesy of Emory University Assistant Professor [...]

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College Council swears in incoming 67th legislature

College Council President Akshat Toshniwal (23C). Photo courtesy of Akshat Toshniwal Upon concluding the duties of Emory University’s 66th College Council, outgoing President Akash Kurupassery (22C) and Vice President Riya Mehta (22C) expressed their heartfelt gratitude toward the legislature’s numerous initiatives this year during the April 20 Transition Ceremony in Convocation Hall.  “It’s been a [...]

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Rabinovitz discusses future of commencement, mental health at Emory amid pandemic

Executive Director of Student Health Services Sharon Rabinovitz. Photo courtesy of Emory University As the end of the semester nears after another year of COVID-19 regulations, Executive Director of Student Health Services Sharon Rabinovitz gushed about the upcoming graduation ceremonies, which will be held on campus for the first time in three years.  “It'll look [...]

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Single honor code proposed for all undergraduate schools

The Emory College Honor Council unanimously approved revisions to the Honor Code, stipulating that the same Honor Code be applicable to all undergraduate students. All enrolled undergraduates in Emory College are eligible to vote on the proposal from April 18-20. The proposed revisions aim to establish one Honor Code for Emory College, the Goizueta Business [...]

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Co-author of ‘A Pledge with Purpose’ discusses history of Black Greek letter organizations, present-day impact

During a virtual event hosted by the James Weldon Institute for the Study of Race and Difference, Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Professor of Law at Wake Forest University School of Law (N.C.) Gregory S. Parks discussed his book “A Pledge with Purpose: Black Sororities and Fraternities and the Fight for Equality” on April [...]

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