May 2018 Archive

Two Emory College graduates awarded NSF Graduate Fellowships

Emory University | May 24, 2018

The National Science Foundation has awarded coveted Graduate Research Fellowships to Tristan Yates and Liz O'Gorman, who just graduated from Emory College with honors with degrees in neuroscience and behavioral biology.

Oxford 2018 graduates
Commencement 2018 celebrates graduates' Oxford experience

Oxford College | May 15, 2018

Students celebrated the completion of their time at Oxford College on May 12 during traditional Commencement ceremonies on the Oxford quad.

Oxford student leader wins ovations in classroom, arts, campus life

Emory University | May 11, 2018

The campus of Oxford College is small, but for the past two years it has been a large stage where Willis Hao has demonstrated the remarkable range of his talents as an actor, dancer, scholar and leader.

Oxford commencement will take place Saturday, May 12, 2018.
It's Commencement Week at Oxford

Oxford College | May 7, 2018

The annual recognition of Oxford College graduates will take place Saturday, May 12, at 10:00 a.m. on the Oxford quad.

Six honors theses highlight Emory College physics

Emory University | May 4, 2018

Six seniors will graduate with honors in physics, having conducted rigorous research as expansive as hints of what happens around the universe's dying stars and as minute as the molecular mechanisms telling our cells what to do.

Ken Carter teaches an online class with Coursera
Through Coursera, Emory faculty reach broad audiences around the world

Emory University | May 3, 2018

Coursera courses give students worldwide the chance to learn from Emory faculty about topics that highlight the university's commitment to helping humanity, including civil rights, understanding violence, examining addiction, responding to health emergencies, and more.

Mike McQuaide
McQuaide leaves legacy of impact on students, faculty, college

Oxford College | May 3, 2018

Professor of Sociology Mike McQuaide retires at the end of May, leaving a four-decade legacy of impact on the lives of his students and on Oxford College as a whole.