A Dialogue Between Presidents

Emory President Gregory L. Fenves and Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera recently sat down together to discuss the highly collaborative relationship and shared missions of their top-ranked research universities.

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Flying High: Eagles Set to Soar

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic that shut down many sports, Emory athletics fans still had a lot to cheer about these past several months. Two more NCAA DIII national championships. An alumnus who brought home Olympic gold. And a new athletics director who brings extensive DI experience to the fold. But perhaps the most welcome news to the school’s 400-plus student-athletes was the return to full UAA conference play for the upcoming year.

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A montage of Emory 4 Emory athletes performing different sports

Making Waves at the Olympics

Alumnus Andrew Wilson accomplished something that no other D-III swimmer ever has: represent Team USA in the Olympic Games. Not only did he compete in the individual 100- and 200-meter breaststroke events in Tokyo — making the finals in the 100-meter — he won a gold medal as part of the men's 4x100 medley relay team. Though he faced a tall task competing against the sport’s best on the world’s biggest stage, Wilson has been defying the odds and expectations his entire life.

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Portrait of Andrew Wilson


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Q&A with Jerry Abraham, the ‘Dr. Fauci of South L.A.’

With persistence and media savvy, Emory alumnus, physician, and epidemiologist Jerry Abraham 05C 07MPH keeps fighting for equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the South Los Angeles community he serves, as well as the democratization of health care everywhere.

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Portrait of Jerry Abraham

April Rinne: Flux Capacitor

Instead of resisting the world’s never-ending state of change, Emory alumna and futurist April Rinne 96C wants you to embrace it. We profile the author of the new book called Flux: 8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change and share how she rebounded from personal tragedy to create a new mindset that set her off on countless adventures around the globe and an unconventional life path.

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April Rinne portrait

Double Booked

Take a look inside the impressive Library Service Center, a state-of-the-art archive jointly run by Emory and Georgia Tech. Stretching across 4.6 acres near the back of Emory’s Briarcliff Property, the climate-controlled, 55,000-square-foot facility was created to bring key content from two major research university libraries under one roof, expanding access to a broad range of resources to faculty, staff, and students from both campuses.

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Tag-Team Efforts

We break down some of the ways Emory and Georgia Tech are working together to tackle a wide range of challenges and opportunities in the service of humanity. Through these partnerships, faculty and students from different disciplines and backgrounds collaborate closely to solve problems, gain insights, and make advances they wouldn’t have been able to achieve alone.

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