Upcoming Maymester courses range in topic from East Asian calligraphy to health and science reporting. Emory undergraduates and visiting students have the opportunity to engage in intensive academic courses and to earn three or four credit hours in a condensed term.
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Our faculty members' original and innovative work resulted in more than 95 new books in 2014. This work strengthen's Emory's intellectual agenda and their contributions support Emory's mission: "to create, preserve, teach and apply knowledge in the service of humanity."| Browse the 2014 list of faculty books
Emory has leading faculty authorities on politics, business and finance, health care and more: Faculty Experts Guide
As the 2005-2015 strategic plan comes to a close, the 2014 Annual Report of the President, “Achievement and Celebration,” marks the extraordinary milestones of the last 10 years.
"Evidence of our ability to achieve is abundant in the growth of student quality; the impact of our faculty’s teaching, scholarship, and research; and the service to the world by more than 120,000 alumni who have been changed by and support this special place," says Wagner.
From taking a nine-day trip to Nicaragua to introducing third-graders to Shakespeare: these are just some of the opportunities for Emory undergraduates to enrich classroom learning with hands-on experience. Browse this sampling of spring classes to discover how our professors are using innovative teaching methods to engage students directly with specialty subjects.
In addition, this spring's semester-long Ebola Faculty and Community Forum, featuring seven discussions in total, offers an extensive, multidisciplinary forum to explore the impact of Ebola virus disease on public health, policy, law, ethics, government, development, religion and more.