Emory Everywhere


Michele Davis

Upcoming Alumni Events

September 26: GALA: Emory LGBT Alumni Blue Jean Brunch, Dobbs University Center, Winship Ballroom.

October 18: Jake's Halloween Open House, Miller-Ward Alumni House.

October 22: MWAH 15th Anniversary Reception, Miller-Ward Alumni House.

For more, visit www.alumni.emory.edu/calendar.

With more than 133,000 Emory alumni in all corners of the world, your Emory Alumni Board represents the diverse interests of our alumni body to the university. Together with Emory thought leaders, we will address opportunities to help Emory excel as a global university and provide access and equity of experience for all students. 

We all have fond student memories of Emory, and our current students are making their own memories. This year, our goal is to foster shared connection between students and alumni, beginning with admission events, interviews, and Destination Emory parties. We encourage alumni to “hire Emory first” and create student internship opportunities that will open for them the world of professional possibility. No matter where you live and work, you can stay involved with the Emory student-to-alumni experience. Invite a local student to attend a chapter event with you or join forces for a project on Emory Cares International Service Day in November. 

We recognize that alumni are in different stages of life, whether newly employed, building a career, or nearing retirement. Wherever you find yourself, you share an important common thread: Emory. Strengthen that connection today by registering to explore the Emory network in your new online community at www.alumni.emory.edu. Please join me in making this a rewarding year.

Michele Davis 87C, Incoming Emory Alumni Board President 


making memories: Wonderful Wednesday offered the perfect opportunity to capture some final moments on campus for graduating seniors Adrian Kinkead 15C (left) and Taqwa Elmubarak 15C.


good clean fun: Oxford freshmen join in a shaving cream fight during Own Oxford, a summer program that helps connect new students to the community by teaching them about campus traditions and lore, as well as providing tips on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.


we're golden: Emory Class of 1965 classmates and friends (from left) Adair White 65C 79G, Jo Ann Hunter Kiley 65B, James Kiley 63C 67M 68MR, and Ann Estes Klamon 65C 76L catch up at the 2015 Corpus Cordis Aureum celebration honoring their class during Commencement weekend.



sociology and socializing: (Top photo) Brian Tsang 12B (from left), GinWook “Jin” Lee 15B, Edric Goh 15C, and Jin “Jamie” Baek 16B joined 150 alumni and students from thirty-five industries at Emory Network Night New York in May. The event was sponsored by Kim Tyson Chenevey 02OX 04B and John E. Chenevey 07M 08MR 11MR, the EAA, the New York Chapter of the EAA, the Goizueta BBA Career Management Center, and the Emory University Career Center. Also: Pellom McDaniels III 06G 07PhD (bottom photo) discussed “Race and Sports in American Culture” at a Boston-area Emory in Your City event, sharing stories from his book, The Prince of Jockeys: The Life of Isaac Burns Murphy, about the three-time Kentucky Derby–winning African American jockey who was forced out of thoroughbred racing because of his race. Alumni also viewed artifacts from the student-athlete-curated MARBL exhibit He Had a Hammer: The Legacy of Hank Aaron in Baseball and American Culture.

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