May is Bike Month!

Established by the League of American Bicyclists in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling, including its positive effects on physical, mental, and environmental health. Learn more about biking at Emory to start enjoying these benefits. 

Community Conversations: Emory Talks Climate Action (Virtual)

Virtual Discussion

This "Community Conversations: Emory Talks Climate Action" session will occur virtually on Friday, March 24th at 10:00 am (registration required). Refer to our website for updated information about when and where the next sessions will occur.These facilitated Conversations will ensure that the work being completed by Emory's Climate Action Task Force, a group of student, faculty, staff, and community members … Continue Reading →

Equitable Dinners: Lift Every Voice Anti-Racism and Black Men’s Health

Virtual Discussion

In light of Covid-19 and its disparate effects on communities of color, conversations about race and equity are more necessary than ever. Join the next Equitable Dinners: Lift Every Voice on Sunday, June 13, 2021, with a focus on Anti-Racism and Black Men's Mental Health. The evening will start with a play written by Addae … Continue Reading →

Sustainable Construction Neighborhood: The Way Forward

Virtual Discussion

The RCE Greater Atlanta is a online conversation with Dr. Ali Keyvanfar to discuss neighborhood-driven work stops, and construction delay due to unaddressed social concerns is increasing. If proper risk identification and mitigation is not in practice, soon we will see the \201C neighborhood delays\201D as a modern risk factor to stay. Dr. Keyvanfar Lab … Continue Reading →

Emory Climate Talk Conversations

Virtual Discussion

                Are you curious about a career in the climate change movement? Join Emory Climate Talks for a conversation with Emory alumnae Camilla Schramek (16C) and Angela Jiang (19C). We are excited to partner with the Emory Alumni Environmental Network for this event. Camilla is a communication's professional with campaign … Continue Reading →

Marvelous Monday: Jasmine Burton

Virtual Discussion

Join The Atlanta RCE Network  on Monday, February 22nd at 3pm! Their special guest, Ms. Jasmine Burton, from Wish to Wash, will talk about innovation in sanitation and hygiene in metro Atlanta. Ms. Burton works to create a human-centered design as a framework for research, innovation, and sustainable social impact.  Please join them on Feb … Continue Reading →

17th Annual Hamilton E. Holmes Memorial Lecture

Virtual Discussion

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.