Emory University ranks 21st among the nation’s top universities in the 2022 edition of Best Colleges from U.S. News & World Report.


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The difference between COVID-19 ‘third doses’ and ‘boosters’

Emory experts Carlos del Rio and Jodie Guest explain the important differences between “third doses” and “boosters,” who needs them, and whether we will ever be free of COVID-19.

A cure for HIV: Emory receives $23.8 million NIH grant to accelerate research

An Emory University-led research collaboration has been awarded a five-year, $23.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to fast-track research to cure HIV infection or put it in permanent remission.

Left-wing authoritarians share key psychological traits with far right, Emory study finds

People with extreme political views that favor authoritarianism — whether they are on the far left or the far right — have surprisingly similar behaviors and psychological characteristics, finds a new study by Emory psychologists.


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Emory OPEN: Where Emory meets Atlanta

A new online platform, Emory OPEN (Opportunity, Partnership and Engagement Network), facilitates collaboration between community partners and Emory faculty, students, staff and alumni.

Deep dive with Keiko Price

Former NCAA standout swimmer and new athletics director Keiko Price brings Division I experience to Emory — and a drive to help student-athletes succeed in sports and life.

Flying high: Eagles set to soar in full return to sports

Emory student-athletes return to full UAA conference play this fall. Read a breakdown of upcoming seasons for all varsity sports teams, including anticipated highlights and updates on some notable Eagles alumni.

New roles increase support for Jewish life at Emory

Campus resources expand with the hiring of Rabbi Jordan Braunig in the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life and Paul Entis in the Tam Institute for Jewish Studies.