17th Annual Hamilton E. Holmes Memorial Lecture

This talk will discuss the role of race in recruitment, selection, and ultimate job choice. It will benefit students to understand how race-ethnicity has relevance for applicant screening and their own screening of employers.  

Emory Climate Talks: Talea Mayo

Talea Mayo, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics here at  Emory University, joins Climate Talks for a conversation on Tuesday, March 16 at 4:00 PM.

Emory Community Conversation

Dr. Valerie Babb and Dr. Jessica Lynn Stewart will lead us in a conversation on the construction of race, the difficulties individuals experience with Black versus African American, intraracial dynamics, and the many intersections of the Black identity. Join us for this honest conversation.

Emory University Presents:

Emory University is hosting a conversation focused on how metro Atlanta is striving to become a more economically just and inclusive community. A panel of exceptional leaders in the region will share their insights on how their efforts are improving economic access and opportunities for historically underrepresented business enterprises.

Green Networking Night Preparation Session

On February 5th at 7 pm, join ECAST and the Career Center in Callaway C101 to prepare for Green Networking Night! Learn how to build your professional network for a successful career related to sustainability and the environment. All Emory students are encouraged to attend, regardless of major or school affiliation!

Oxford Chaplain’s Lecture Series : Taos Wynn

The Oxford Chaplain’s Lecture Series will host social advocate, author, and speaker, Taos Wynn 06Ox 009C on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, at 7:30 PM EST. As part of Oxford’s Black History Month events, he will talk about his advocacy work around human rights issues, including his work with the Perfect Love Foundation.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

WaterHub Tour

The WaterHub at Emory University is an award-winning water reclamation facility that is the first of its kind in the nation. All public tours of the facility are led by trained Emory undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for this tour here.

Xenophobia in America

  The United States is known as a nation of immigrants. But as award-winning author and historian Erika Lee will discuss in our next colloquium, the US is also a nation of xenophobia. An irrational fear, hatred, and hostility toward immigrants has been a defining feature of our nation from the colonial era to the … Continue Reading →

Zero Waste Ambassador Blog: The Spectrum for Adopting a Zero Waste Lifestyle During College

The Spectrum for Adopting a Zero Waste Lifestyle During College By: Michelle Ly, Senior in Emory College, Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology Major Over the past almost four years learning to be zero waste at college, I’ve realized the zero waste lifestyle lies on a spectrum (now more than ever with the current pandemic). While the term … Continue Reading →