66 percent of our scholars are hosted or employed through the School of Medicine (including appointments within Emory Healthcare).
Emory College of Arts and Sciences and Yerkes Primate Research Center hold the second- and third-highest number of appointments respectively (17 percent and 6 percent).
As with our students, the three leading nations of origin are China (25 percent), India (15 percent), and Korea (7 percent). In total, during 2011-12, 89 countries were represented at Emory.
69 percent of our scholars participate primarily in research activity, 8 percent participate in both research and teaching, and 5 percent in teaching only. Eighteen percent of our scholars fall into other categories of activity including clinical care and administration.
|Primary Function of Scholars||2011/12|
|Institution at Emory||2011/12|
|Admin/Office of the Provost||10|
|Candler School of Theology||5|
|Goizueta Business School||8|
|Information Tech. Division||1|
|Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing||1|
|Robert W. Woodruff Library||3|
|Rollins School of Public Health||55|
|School of Medicine||901|
|The Carter Center||33|
|Yerkes National Primate Research Center||86|
Leading Nations of Origin