Recent Dissertations: Brian Campbell takes on the cultural meaning of solitary life in America

A childhood interest in hermits leads to a unique study of solitude in America from the colonial period to the present.    Read More

Data Analysis in the Digital Humanities Revolution

Often overlooked in the rise of the digital humanities, data analysis skillsets offer a competitive advantage for humanists in a variety of professional settings.    Read More

Sabrina Karim (Political Science) wins Naval War College Women and Conflict Outcomes Essay Competition

The award encourages new research on questions related to the roles and impact of women during conflict, peacekeeping and peacebuilding.   Read More

Laney Graduate School announces first recipients of the Eleanor Main Graduate Mentor Awards

The awards were established by the Laney Graduate School to recognize graduate faculty and graduate students who set the standard for mentorship excellence here at Emory.   Read More


Emory among top 100 worldwide universities granted US patents in 2014

"The success of Emory's patent program stems from the quality of our faculty's research and our in-house patent group. Having in-house counsel has allowed us to double the number of applications filed each year." Read more

LGS student Brooke Bozick connects transportation data to season flu epidemics

Brooke Bozick, a student in the Population, Biology, Ecology and Evolution program, sought to explore a "correlation to mobility and the genetic structure of season flu cases on a national scale for the US." Read more

Nursing professor appointed to National Cancer Advisory Board by President Obama

A preeminent oncology researcher, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Nursing Deborah Watkins Bruner is one of five new members to the Council. Read more

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