Point of View: 2012
The Annual Report of Emory University
2012 and Beyond
"We can be grateful for the place that we have come to as an institution." President James W. Wagner assesses Emory's achievements in 2012.
Emory's Literary Riches
Rosemary Magee, director of MARBL, talks about the collections' preeminence and how "using these papers does both require and engage courageous inquiry."
The Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature
The Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature fuel Emory's top literary reputation. The series, established in 1988, has attracted the likes of Salman Rushdie, Umberto Eco, and Margaret Atwood.
The Contribution of Our Faculty
Professor of Biology and President of the University Senate Gray F. Crouse reflects on the "amazing talent" among the Emory faculty and ways that faculty can contribute to decision making at the highest levels.
Defining Emory's Essential Contributions
Gray F. Crouse on strategies for Emory's future—becoming a better place to teach, do research, and contribute to society—and identifying the university's essential contributions.
The Residential Experience
The role of Campus Life, according to Senior Vice President for Campus Life Ajay Nair, is to help students reach their highest potential and to create community.
Traditions with an Eye on the Future
Senior Vice President Ajay Nair talks about the university's "uncommon" traditions.