Graduate Student Appreciation Week: Today we celebrate students from Educational Studies and French, Development Practice, and Population Biology, Ecology and Evolution

2015's Graduate Student Appreciation Week takes place April 6-10. We are pleased to highlight LGS students throughout the week!    Read More

Graduate Student Appreciation Week: Today we celebrate students from History, Sociology, and Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis

2015's Graduate Student Appreciation Week takes place April 6-10. We are pleased to highlight LGS students throughout the week!    Read More

Graduate Student Appreciation Week: Today we celebrate students from Spanish, Development Practice, and Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology

2015's Graduate Student Appreciation Week takes place April 6-10. We are pleased to highlight LGS students throughout the week!    Read More

Graduate Student Appreciation Week: Today we celebrate students from Religion, Sociology, and Nutrition and Health Sciences.

2015's Graduate Student Appreciation Week takes place April 6-10. We are pleased to highlight LGS students throughout the week!    Read More

Graduate Student Appreciation Week: Today we celebrate students from History, Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, and Molecular and Systems Pharmacology

2015's Graduate Student Appreciation Week takes place April 6-10. We are pleased to highlight LGS students throughout the week!    Read More

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Sustainability in Action: Emory WaterHub Celebrates Grand Opening

"Emory University is dedicating an innovative ecological on-site water re-use system that will provide nearly 90 percent of the campus utility water needs and 40 percent of the campus' overall water demand — leaving more water for one of the smallest watersheds for a metro-area of its size in the country." Learn more

LGS Alumna Named ACLS Fellow 

Jessica Gerschultz (Art History, 12G) is currently an assistant professor of African and African-American Studies at the University of Kansas. She has been named a 2015 American Council of Learned Societies fellow. Read more

Jericho Brown Wins Prestigious Book Award

Emory professor Jericho Brown is one of five winners of the 80th annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, the only national juried prize for literature that confronts racism and examines diversity.  Read more

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

 

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