LGS student Fahamu Pecou's "But I'm Still Fly" acquired by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
This honor is the latest in a year that has seen Fahamu's work and scholarship nationally and internationally celebrated. Read more.
LGS doctoral graduate Amanda Garcia-Williams receives the Marion Luther Brittain Award
Emory's highest student honor, the Brittain Award recognizes those who have demonstrated exemplary service to both the university and the greater community without expectation of recognition. A PhD recipient in the Behavioral Sciences and Health Education graduate program, Amanda is this year's recipient. Read more.
Dissertation sampler showcases original scholarship
On Monday, May 11, the 2014-15 class of doctoral graduates were hooded. For a sample of their work, visit the Emory News Center for this year's Dissertation Sampler. Read more.
ELMO fellowship highlights collaboration between IDN, LGS, and The Carter Center
Grant Buckles (Political Science) is the recipient of the inaugural ELMO Initiative Graduate Fellowship for the 2015-2016 academic year. The fellowship is sponsored by the Laney Graduate School, the Institute for Developing Nations, and The Carter Center’s Democracy Program. Read more.