A laboratory for humanities research: LGS students and the letters of Samuel Beckett

The Letters of Samuel Beckett project offers humanities graduate students a unique opportunity to draw closer to the prodigious Samuel Beckett.   Read More

Recent Dissertations: Margaret Hagerman explores "White Kids and Race"

In her dissertation, Dr. Hagerman (14G, Sociology) explores issues of white racial socialization, privilege, and the (re)production of racial ideology in affluent families.    Read More

Several LGS students selected to attend the 2015 Minority Trainee Research Forum

The Forum is an annual scientific meeting that showcases underrepresented minority talent in the national biomedical pipeline. This year, several LGS students will attend and present their work.    Read More

Graduate student Aubrey Graham (Anthropology) celebrates exhibition opening

"Portraits in Disneyland: Stories from Mugunga III" opened at the Emory Center for Ethics on January 29. Aubrey chats with us about her work and what she hopes its impact will be.    Read More

LGS Director of Diversity, Community and Recruitment reflects on his journey to LGS and diversity efforts at Emory

With one semester behind him, Damon discusses his path to LGS, his thoughts on diversity and what he sees as the greatest challenges facing diversity efforts at private research universities.    Read More

Laney News

Emory Ranks First in the US for Students with NIH Pre-doctoral Fellowships

"We are committed to expanding professional pathways for our students," says Lisa Tedesco, dean of Laney Graduate School. "We do this by implementing programming and training that is designed to make our students as prepared and competitive as they can be..." Read more

New Course on Ferguson Movement Open to All Emory Students

The course, coordinated through the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, is designed to contextualize the August 2014 police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. Read more

Graduate Student and Artist Gaining National (and International) Attention

Fahamu Pecou is a third-year graduate student "challenging concepts of black masculinity" through art. Read more

A Legend Comes to Life as Emory Celebrates Bobby Jones  

Bobby Jones: The Game of Life is a new exhibit that includes interactive components and highlights legendary golfer Bobby Jones' connection to Emory. Learn how Emory - and the Laney Graduate School - are furthering his legacy. Read more


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