Windows of Opportunity

Giving Opportunity

If you’ve been touched by a story or stories in this issue of Emory Magazine, these windows can open up ways for you to turn your inspiration into action. Here you’ll see how you can invest in the people, places, and programs you’re reading about. Gifts to Emory produce powerful, lasting returns; they help create knowledge, advance research, strengthen communities, improve health, and much more. Find your window.


Give Peace a Chance

To honor the work of Susan Henry-Crowe 76T and to help members of the Emory community engage with peace builders at home and abroad, you can support Journeys of Reconciliation, an interreligious program in the Office of the Dean of the Chapel and Religious Life. The Journeys program sponsors immersion experiences for Emory students, faculty, staff, and alumni. It’s another way Emory makes a meaningful mark on the world. Make a gift to support Journeys today.


A Lecture and a Legacy

Among the many ways Robert DeHaan enhanced the education of Rollins School of Public Health students and brought eminence to the school was by establishing the Virginia S. DeHaan Lecture on Health Promotion and Education. Named for his late wife, Virginia DeHaan 77MPH, the lecture series honors the memory of an outstanding public health faculty member. Give to support the lecture series today.


Diversity’s High Value

A recipient of the Emory Law Distinguished Alumni Award, Rob Henrikson 72L understands the value of bringing the best students from across the cultural spectrum to study at Emory University School of Law. To help make that happen, he and his wife, Mary Henrikson, established the C. Robert Henrikson Endowed Scholarship Fund in 2001. Since then, thirty students have graduated from the law school through hard work and with financial help from the Henriksons. Give today to support scholarships at Emory's School of Law.


A Larger Profit

Goizueta Business School students and alumni are effecting positive change in the world through programs like Social Enterprise @ Goizueta. Make a gift to support Social Enterprise @ Goizueta today.

A Wealth of Knowledge

The Emory Libraries are central to every Emory student’s academic life. Alumni and friends who want to support student work in the libraries can do so by creating fellowships. Alumnus Bill Newton 75C 76G and his wife, Anne Newton 76G, for example, fund an annual fellowship in the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. This year the Newton Fellowship is helping PhD candidate Asha French 16G finish her dissertation and build a portfolio of published work. Give today to support the work of the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library.


Taking a Swing at the Future

The Robert T. Jones Jr. Biomedical Engineering Fellowships endowment will provide support for students in Emory’s Laney Graduate School and the Georgia Institute of Technology pursuing doctorates in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering. A unique academic partnership, the department offers two joint doctorates in biomedical engineering: one from Emory and Georgia Tech and the other from Emory, Georgia Tech, and Peking University in Beijing, China. Jones Fellows will be on the leading edge of discovery, and funding from the Jones Biomedical Engineering Fellows endowment will support their work. Make a gift to support this innovative program today.

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